I have long been a big fan of Grace Livingston Hill. Although her books were written years ago, they are classics to me, with a message for any generation. She always weaves the gospel into her stories and I just appreciate the way she is not ashamed of the gospel.
In this story Christobel Kershaw finds herself coming home for her stepmother's funeral. She really doesn't view it as "home" as her stepmother had her and her younger brother shipped off to boarding schools early on in life. Now her and her brother, Randall, have a chance to get to know and begin to build a relationship with their father once again. But Randall suddenly gets kidnapped and the search is on to find him. Although there is some romance in this story, it is mainly about restoring a families relationship with each other.