Can one woman fulfill her dream and still be granted the love of her heart?I have never read a story where a woman wanted to be a preacher. I started the book a bit apprehensive. I am very conservative and wasnt sure how the author would write the story and convince me, without making me feel I was going against my beliefs.I was pleased. Melinda starts out a determined woman. A woman determined to serve the Lord as a minister for Him. Her main focus, the pulpit. What I enjoyed the most about this story was the growing that Melinda did. She started out proclaiming that she was doing Gods will, but it was really her agenda to prove her past love interest wrong.The changes she made were real and convincing. To avoid spoilers I wont say what they are, just that I was pleased when I finished the novel- even with a decision I wouldnt have made- it was obviously right for Melinda. There is a great deal of gospel and faith in the novel, so it is definitely for the reader who will enjoy reading about a characters deep faith journey- which I did.There was a love story and a multitude of challenges that added depth to the story. All in all, I enjoyed the novel and was glad I had the chance to read it.Thanks for the author for my copy to influence. I received no compensation for this review.