A fun and funny Christian romance. I don’t read this genre regularly, so I’m not a good one to judge, but Kinnard seemed more successful at creating engaging characters and a believable plot. Most Christian romances fall short on both counts. As is typical of this genre, everything is so sweet and innocent, it presses credibility. Even the “bad” guys turn out … well, redeemed.
“Ray Gun”? The protagonist pastor writes science fiction on the side.
Quibbles: Would a publisher assign an inexperienced editor to the author of one of his more popular series? And, C. S. Lewis did not pen, “I read to know I’m not alone.” That is a line spoken by him is the biographical fiction movie, Shadowlands.