Reviewed by Dayna Davis, LDSFiles.com Staff Writer

The Bishop's Bride by Elizabeth W. Watkins. Published by Covenant Communications, Inc.

When Andrew McCammon, a windower, is called into the Stake President's office for an interview, he has no idea what to expect. But having a calling to be Bishop extended to him, plus being told that he needs to be engaged before he is sustained in two weeks, is certainly not it. Overwhelmed, Andrew doesn't know where to begin or how - until he hears the sacrament talk on family history that next Sunday.

This is a really fun book. It teaches why family history is important and how it can be an adventure. It talks about having a good attitude during trials. This book talks about people and first impressions and that things aren't always what they seem. It has romance and even a little mystery. I think it's a great choice for a light fun read this summer.

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