She ends up becoming a small business owner of a café in Seaside; she becomes attracted to a man who is a regular at the café, former cop Greg Barnes, who is also recovering from his own skeletons in his past.
Her dishwasher gets murdered, and a young waitress at the café disappears, which gets Greg Barnes involved in to help Carrie solve these two mysteries.
For me in the beginning of the book it started out a bit dry and slow, but as I got into the book I got more interested in finding out about what had happened to the dishwasher and waitress, and the relationship progress between Carrie and Greg.
I would recommend this to anyone who likes to read Christian fiction with a bit of suspense thrown in.
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