Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Kindle Book Review: A December Bride

Layla O'Reilly is a home stager who is trying to get her business off the ground. After she attends a wedding with Seth Murphy, she finds herself right in the middle of an engagement--a fake engagement that is.  Under normal circumstances Layla would have set things straight on the spot, but suddenly she needs to maintain this facade.  Across the back drop of Christmas she uses the moment of staging Seth's house for Christmas to find her balance.  

I found this book to be a nice diversion during my daughter's afternoon nap.  It is a short Novella, but I think it does well to develop the characters in the story for the time they are with you.  There is a lot of humor and sweetness to be found in these pages; it sort of read like a script from a Hallmark Movie Channel.  This is not a deep thinking book; its a purely read for enjoyment book.   If you are looking for deep theological overlay to the story then I would look elsewhere, however I would recommend it for those looking to be entertained for an hour or two. 

*\0/* Cheers

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