There is no social distancing required at Waverly Shores, a small beach town full of dunes, seagulls and romance.
A quick look at this clean read, which is a fully contemporary re-imagining of the Old Testament romance of Ruth and Boaz:
If Michael Alton’s hair is full of woodchips from a wild furniture-carving session, who cares? It’s not like he’s a CEO anymore. It’s not like his wife is still alive to notice. Life is simple. He’s got his art, his family, some great friends and a shield around his heart that’s nearly as big as his dog. And, that’s just fine until the day TV journalist Maggie Brady explodes into his workshop, wearing a wedding dress intended for another man and trailing a change of circumstances sure to rip apart her big city, big money world in a single day.
Is it possible that, beneath all that on-air make-up, is the Dune Girl who will set Michael free to trust God enough to fall in love again? And, could it be that a gentle carpenter and the God he serves are what are needed to piece the tattered scraps of Maggie’s life into something of extraordinary beauty?