The Bishop's Daughter by Tiffany L. Warren is a fresh take on love in the church. Darrin Bainbridge is a trust fund baby who is used to getting his own way around women. He's every woman's dream: handsome, works out, likes to look good, and he cooks! But, Darrin has no intention of settling down any time soon. He says all the right things to keep women at arm's length, but can't help trying to make them fall in love with him. Everything changes when he goes to Atlanta looking for a story that could make his career as a writer and finally get him out from under his controlling father's thumb. Emoni Prentiss is the ugly duckling daughter of Bishop Prentiss, the pastor of a megachurch where Darrin is sure a scandal is lurking under its perfect appearance. Emoni and Darrin are both changed by their meeting. She starts dressing up and walking with confidence. Darrin finds the Lord and starts trying to live right, but he finds that it's hard to ignore a scandal that pops up in the Prentiss family soon after he arrives. Warren has such a fresh voice in her writing. Darrin is a lovable scoundrel, and even after he is baptized, he keeps that bad boy tone. Narration flips between Darrin's first person and Emoni third person to keep the story zipping along and keep the reader in on the fun. Warren addresses serious troubles within the church and families today but makes the reader enjoy every moment with terrific characters and fabulous writing.