Wishing on Willows by Katie Ganshert is a novel about a young widow who is facing the loss of her beloved café when a developer and over half the town want her to sell to make room for some new condos that are supposed to be built. Robin, the young widow, is determined to fight it with all she has, not only for her café, but for a ministry center nearby that means a lot to her.
The developer, a handsome divorcé, is just as determined to get her to change her mind. Can they come to a mutual agreement, or will one of them have to give in?
The ending of this book was a little more interesting than the first 2/3. I wasn’t particularly impressed with the storyline and the execution, but romance novels aren’t really my thing, either. If you enjoy Christian novels set in the modern day Midwestern, small town America, then you would probably enjoy this.
I received an advanced reading copy of this book free from Waterbrook Press through the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an honest review.