On the positive side, this book has a Christian theme of forgiveness and wonderful locations: the central Florida citrus groves, and Racquette Lake in the Adirondacks. It makes a wonderful escape for summer reading. Some of the characters, although stereotypes, are fun to read about. Mama and Mrs. Clarke, Randy's mother, are particularly amusing.
On the negative side, Katherine, Randy and Andrew are also stereotypes and rather boring. Andrew spends so much time ruminating about Katherine you wonder how he managed to find time to eat and sleep. It's rather tedious. It's also hard to imagine Katherine having the gumption to run a citrus grove when she can't seem to stand up to her domineering mother.
I can recommend this book only if you like light Christian romance. The writing is pedestrian and the dialog stilted. However, it has amusing moments.
I reviewed this book for the Thomas Nelson Booksneeze Program.