The four up-and-coming romance writers featured in this charming collection are all in top form, delivering stories that are both romantic and funny, with subtle spiritual messages. In Bergren's "Tarnished Silver," stained glass expert Jemma Stuart is dismayed at the time she has to spend in tiny Stillwater, IA, restoring the windows of the local churchAuntil she meets handsome pastor Samuel Tucker. In "Twice in a Blue Moon," Barbara Jean Hicks tells the story of two childhood friends, now widowers, who surprise themselves by falling in love. Another unexpected romance crops up in Jane Orcutt's "Texas Two-Step" when Molly Merriweather Fuller finds out that she and her estranged husband, Clay, will inherit a house if they both live in it for three months. Rounding out the collection, Suzy Pizzuti's "The Boy Next Door" features Lucy Burns and Trevor Bacon, whose long-term friendship takes a turn toward romance. If patrons are demanding light summer reading, libraries won't go wrong with this title.