drops into his world and turns it upside down. He's far too busy carving beautiful shapes out of chunks of wood to be babysitting a gal from Pasadena. Even so, his father’s promise to an old friend obligates him, despite a looming deadline that could make or break his career in the art world. He’s praying for anything but Raine when she comes along.
Neither Declan nor Raine is prepared for the seemingly divine influence of Paradise Pines—and Miss Angelina Love. A mysterious lady who may or may not own the lodge, Miss Angie possesses an amazing talent for mending ruffled feathers, spouting proverbs, and somehow bending even the most determined of hearts to the power of love.
Reviewer: Cheryl Colwell
Spring Raine by Delia Latham takes the cake for a sweet romance. Lovely, caring characters exhibit the gentleness and wisdom of the Holy Spirit while they find their way through intertwining paths. I found the scriptures quoted to be encouraging and I cheered when Raine discovered her God-given purpose. The author did a lovely job with her writing skills and unique way of phrasing. I give this book five stars as a Christian romance. I obtained this book through Interviews and Reviews for my honest review.