I just finished reading the third book in this collection. I liked the first two, too, but I have fresh memories of the lattest one. It is about forgiveness, and the fact that it is not enough to forget about somebody but we have to forgive that person. Very well written and very excited.
This genre is not my normal type of reading, but was out of my favorite authors, so thought I would try it. All three stories are very predictable and one can tell exactly where the story is going as soon as the main characters are introduced. Some might find this type of story enjoyable, but I like more depth to the characters and more variety in the plot.