07 April 2010
Author: Cindy Martinusen-Coloma
Publisher: Thomas Nelson, 288 Pages (May 4, 2010)
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Synopsis: Private school, rich friends, vacations in France--Kate has it all, except a belief in love.
When Kate's family purchases a hotel in the Pacific Northwest, she enters a world that is wholly unknown to her. She never has any privacy because of the constant flow of guests. And as the hotel owner's daughter, she struggles to make friends.
Then she meets Caleb, a strange combination of working-class, Hawaiian culture, and Christian bad boy. He talks about love in an all new way that she finds so alluring. But the two have nothing in common. He rarely smiles, rides a motorcycle with a rough crowd from town, and worst of all, he totally ignores Kate. But Kate has something that he needs and she resolves to prove to him that what she has doesn't define who she is.
I always love a good story of a bad boy and a good girl. Don't most of us? Sounds like a great story right? Who else is looking forward to reading this one?