Wisdom Tree starts off a bit slow, but it definitely had a great ending. The author did a wonderful job at showing how God can really show up and show out in a person's life.
Carin O'Malley is the new teacher in town and is trying to start a new life. Carin is coping with the loss of her brother when she meets Jake who is a pastor. Jake is also coping with a loss (his parents). Carin and Jake do not start on a good note, but they definitely end on one.
I recommend this story to anyone who has lost hope or faith. I also recommend this story to anyone who has ever had a bad relationship. Wisdom Tree shows that it is possible to leave a bad relationship and be happy and whole again. Wisdom Tree is definitely a book that I will be reading again.
Sometimes the last thing we think we need is exactly what God has planned
After the death of his parents, Jake Samuels has enough on his plate—including a fledgling church to lead and a mischievous younger brother to raise. The last thing he needs is a rambunctious woman to contend with.
Carin O'Malley is dealing with the death of her brother and a new job as an English teacher at East Ridge Middle School where Corey Samuels reigns as King of Chaos. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with a man...especially a handsome and complicated preacher like Corey’s brother Jake.
But when Corey's antics toss Carin and Jake together, the two must draw from God’s wisdom to find refuge in His perfect plan for them.