Mona Reynolds knows exactly whom she wants to marry. The only problem is, he isnt real.
Mona's dream is about to come true: she has bought an old Victorian house to transform into the Footstep of Heaven Bookstore and Coffee Shop in the lovely lakeside town of Deep Haven. With the help of her best friend Liza, and the ruggedly mysterious handyman, Joe Michaels, Mona is ready to make a perfect life for herself.
But when disaster threatens her dream, Mona turns to her handyman for more than just household solutions. As Mona and Joe reach out to each other and to God, they find that some fairy tales have surprise endings.
This is another book that I got as a freebie on my Kindle. It's a wonderful way to discover new authors, but sometimes it's a horror to discover the stuff that gets printed. I couldn't delete this one from my Kindle fast enough. Heavy handed Christian fiction which was S..L..O..W and boring. It was repetitive, preachy, far fetched and over dramatic. I won't be reading any of this author's other work, ever.
It's been Mona's dream to open a bookstore, but it's going to take a lot of work. There are so many setbacks that it is soon apparent that someone is sabotaging her. Fortunately, handyman Joe Michaels is there to fix her problems. The two can't deny their attraction, but both have parts of their past that keep them from trusting love. The story was a sweet christian romance, even if it was very predictable.