Divine Appointments. A coming of age story for Josie Brooks, approaching 50, pre-menopause. Josie struggles with never having put down roots, moving for her job from city to city, with no strong friend base. Until she lands in Chicago. Josie discovers friendship, balance and love. Secondary characters give the book depth and offer a genuine look into their lives from a Christian point of view. While the book is "Christian Fiction" there is not an "in your face" feel to it and this reader appreciated the subtle inclusion. An all-together fell good book the one distracting element was a secondary character's novel being written (poorly) throughout the storyline, but I was able to muddle through those sections and did truly enjoy the book.