|Authors: Nancy Moser and Vonette Bright|
Published: 2003 by Tyndale
After Evelyn Peerbaugh opened up her house to renters, she and the four tenants became like sisters…but, since then, all of them have moved out, and her house is now open for renters again. However, things won't be easy this time around; one potential renter is suing for discrimination, while one tenant struggles with putting her faith before a potential mate, and Evelyn's son is involved in a custody battle! Evelyn and her "sister circle" will be put to the test…but will they make it out unscathed?
The story was good…the writing was great…the characters were likable…but there was still one big problem: The copy I read had a page missing right towards the end, and during a crucial scene at that. Now, instead of trading it in or donating it to the library, I have to throw it in the recycle bin; what a waste! If you're a fan of the series up to this point, and you buy this second novel, I sure hope the same thing doesn't happen to you.