23 January 2009

Review of Stand-in Groom by Kaye Dacus

About the book:

When wedding planner Anne Hawthorne meets George Laurence, she thinks she's found the man of her dreams. But when he turns out to be a client, her "dream" quickly turns into a nightmare. Will Anne risk her heart and career on this engaging Englishman?

George came to Louisiana to plan his employer's wedding and pose as the groom. But how can he feign affection for a supposed fiancee when he's so achingly attracted to the wedding planner? And what will happen when Anne discovers his role has been Stand-In Groom only? Will she ever trust George again? Can God help these two believers find a happy ending?

My Reveiw:

I read this book this week and wanted to keep reading more each time I would pick it up. Kaye has created a wonderful story and seeing how it plays out was fun. The book captures the essense of the South with big family get togethers, food, and Southern Charm. Add to the mix an Englishman and its an entertaining book. There are alot of serious issues dealt with in the book and seeing how they are resolved part of the appeal. I loved the way Kaye deals with certain issues many of us face in different ways and shows how God can work in us to help us deal with these issues. There is alot of fun in this book also and its a really good read. I am looking forward to book 2.

4.5 out of 5 for this delightful story.

1 comment:

Beth said...

I'm looking forward to this one.

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