Book Review – Grace for the Char-Baked by Lisa Buffaloe

April79 —  August 27, 2012 — 2 Comments

Grace for the Char-Baked





Charlotte’s reputation as a cook precedes her everywhere she goes, and that’s not a good thing. Most people prepare fire extinguishers when she enters the kitchen due to her tendency to cause things to catch on fire, plus it’s earned her the nickname “Char.” Still, when an injury sidelines her original plans to help raise money for her friend who is battling cancer, she decides to take to the kitchen for a bake sale. What she didn’t count on was the return of an old flame, Luke. As Charlotte and Luke work through their feeling toward each other they take a closer look at their individual relationship with God.


Lisa Buffaloe has crafted this fun, quick read that shares a humorous story with a great message. This romantic Christian fiction is an entertaining story that keeps the pages turning. The plot is simple and easy to follow, but the message about the reliance on God and placing Him first in every relationship and plan is crucial for our own lives. “Grace for the Char-Baked” is well written and will be enjoyed by many!


You can find out more about Lisa by visiting her Amazon Author Page or clicking on the book cover above.

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2 responses to Book Review – Grace for the Char-Baked by Lisa Buffaloe

  1. Thank you so much for the review, Kristi! I must admit Char and I have too much in common. My culinary skills are very lacking! 🙂

  2. Kristi Burchfiel August 28, 2012 at 11:17 am

    You’re welcome Lisa. I’m no chef either, so I can relate! I’m certainly glad that others are good at cooking though because what I lack in ability to cook, I make up for with enthusiasm to eat

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