Heather Cavanaugh, hairdresser and dedicated volunteer to the needy of inner city Detroit, comes face to face with Matt Bellinger, an aspiring politician. Detroit's legendary diner, Sal's Place is the scene of Heather's challenge to ascertain if Matt is worthy of his claims to reach out to those in need, and truly make a difference. Coming from vastly different lifestyles the two face life-changing obstacles, and Matt faces personal battles more complex than any he has encountered in his political life.
Marianne Evans has once again proven that she has depth of insight into the hearts and souls of people that few can exemplify with such passion. Her characters are personified with an intensity that the reader becomes a part of the character. Reading this book challenged me spiritually to the point that my faith has become fortified. Marianne's use of biblical references is brilliant and spiritually challenging. By Appointment Only is impressive!
Disclaimer: I received a PDF copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own, and no monetary compensation was received for this review.