Kate Sherwood is a marketing executive on her way to becoming a partner in the firm she works for. Her grandmother, Sally, wants her to go to Rainbow’s End Resort in Texas for a month long vacation. That is where Sally spent her honeymoon. Kate has never taken off for more than a few days and her boss isn’t exactly thrilled that she will be gone at all. Kate doesn’t fell like she can tell Sally no after her grandparents raised her when her parents were killed when she was seven. When they get to Rainbow’s End they discover it is in need of repair and is not the resort it use to be. Also, there is no cell or internet service for Kate to stay connected to her job.
Greg Vange is also at Rainbow’s End but for an entirely different reason than Kate and Sally. He has recently sold his tech business and is a billionaire several times over and now is looking for God’s direction in his life. Greg and Kate instantly hit it off. At first she mistakes him for the maintenance man as he is repairing the screens on their cottage.
At Bluebonnet Lake shows us how much we rely on ourselves instead of God for the direction our life is taking us. We don’t stop and ask God which direction he wants us to take. We just plow ahead with our own plans. This was a very relaxing read. I wouldn’t say I couldn’t put it down. But I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and would recommend it to anyone.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated in any way.