Identical twin sisters, separated at birth, find each other as adults. One is a famous movie star, freshly dumped by her boyfriend and in serious need of a rest; the other, a small town church librarian. Knowing her sister needs to know God even more than she needs normalcy and a good rest, the church librarian and dedicated Christian, Holly, convinces her sister to trade identities for six months. Suzann Condry, the movie star, agrees, enchanted by the prospect of a normal life. However, the handsome assistant pastor at the church in Oak Valley, Texas, Josh Gallagher, takes notice of the slight change in "Holly," and soon finds himself preaching sermons about how a man will know the one woman God intends to be his wife. In the meantime, the real Holly discovers her own true love in the form of pediatrician Shawn McDowell, who was assigned to help her negotiate the pitfalls of Hollywood. But again, the slight differences in the new "Suzann" attract the attention of Suzann's old flame, a handsome star who sees getting Suzann back as just another ploy to obtain publicity. Both sisters have their problems as they negotiate each other's life and work through their own problems. Suzann discovers God is indeed real and does care for her, and that she's worthy of a good man's love, while Holly finds that true love stands by her through facing her worst fears. By the time of the big double wedding at the end, both sisters have learned a lot about life and love, and each other. I enjoyed this book thoroughly, and found myself rooting for each sister as she confronted her worst fears during the process of finding true love and happiness.