Love Finds You in Sunset Beach Hawaii

This book review is for the novel "Love Finds You in Sunset Beach Hawaii" by Robin Jones Gunn.

I absolutely love anything and everything I have read by Robin Jones Gunn up to this point and this book is no exception!

I have long wondered and wanted to know what happened to Sierra Jensen after the last book in her series and was more than a little excited when I found out there was finally a sequel to it!

Sierra Jensen has been in Brazil for the last four years doing ministry work wherever she was called to be and wherever she was needed.

Feeling a bit worn out and not sure what her next steps needs to be when her ministry program is cut and she is offered a different position, she accepts her friends invitation to join her for vacation in Hawaii.

Not knowing where to go or what to do with her life any longer is more than getting to Sierra and she can't wait to spend a little time on the beach and some time thinking about her future.

Instead of going straight to the condo with her friend, however, she has to make a brief stop on a Maui to see her sister who is there for a wedding.

Little does Sierra know that her quiet week is going to be turned upside down, from meeting an intriguing surfer/photographer to a wild partying friend she has to try to help, little thinking about her future is getting done.

What Sierra, needs to learn is to carve out time to be quiet and listen. Sometimes following your gut feeling isn't always what is going to make someone else happy but maybe it what's Sierra needs right now.

Letting God lead her is what she needs to do and hopefully get her happily ever after in the process.

I cannot recommend this book enough! I absolutely loved it and will be sure and read it again!

Pick it up and read this amazing book for yourself!

Happy weekend to you all,

Note: I received a copy of this book for free from Summerside Press in exchange for a review. I am not required to give a positive review. Any and all opinions expressed are sincere and they are my own.

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