My Foolish Heart (book review)

my foolish heart cover


    What could be more foolish than a house-bound single woman giving advice on love? How ‘bout giving it on a syndicated, nightly radio show. In spite of her unusual circumstances, Isadora usually manages to dole out pretty decent advice. Then a hunky new guy moves in next door. As his first few attempts at getting to know Isadora flop, he decides to tune into My Foolish Heart. He starts falling in love, but is he falling in love with a radio show host or his next door neighbor?

Susan May Warren brings light-hearted humor, romance, and a wonderful representation of God’s grace to her latest installment in the Deep Haven series. No matter what our circumstances, Susan shows us that no one and nothing is beyond God’s healing grace. I give My Foolish Heart two enthusiastic thumbs up for easy, bedtime reading.

The Tyndale Blog Network graciously provided a copy of this book for me to review, but the opinions expressed are my own. If you’re ready to purchase it, head on over to the Tyndale website.


1 thought on “My Foolish Heart (book review)”

  1. Thanks for the review. I like to keep light reads in my bag for summer afternoon reading by the pool. This one sounds perfect for that. Happy Saturday! :o)


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