First of all, this was something completely different for me - a contemporary inspirational that was part women's fiction and part romance.
I really wasn't sure what to expect when I opened the book but found the author's voice entertaining and engaging. Written in a light self-deprecating first person, the story was family, frienship, and God-centric with most of it centered around the church and Sunday School class where the romantic interest (A good looking professional basbay player) just happens to show up one day.
Done with a (sweet)Christian tone, the developing relationship between Allison and Ashton is well written conveying the ups and downs and true angst of a budding romance that (in the end) leads to mutual character growth as well as promise of an HEA.
Highly recommended for readers looking for a lightly humerous, squeaky clean Christian romance.