Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Trish Perry's Too Good To Be True ~ Reviewed...

Too Good To Be True
Trish Perry
ISBN 0736918736
Harvest House

Rennie Young is finding out that love and life often unfold in surprising ways.

Fairy-tale princesses usually awake to the kiss of their handsome prince, not to him holding their wrist and counting their heartbeats. But that’s exactly how Rennie meets Truman Sayers, an attractive man who comes to her assistance after she faints in the boys’ department at Wal-Mart. He releases her wrist. “Your pulse is racing,” he says, looking into her eyes.

Hurt by her unexpected and unwanted divorce, Rennie’s heartbreak doubles when she discovers her ex has called off the adoption of a little boy dear to her heart. After meeting Tru, though, the bud of hope begins to unfurl in her heart. Tru and Rennie forge a bond that shows great promise . . . then their two meddling mothers threaten to overshadow the fragile foundation of their friendship.

Trish Perry has done it again! Great writing. Sassy and fun, with enough touch of drama to keep the book interesting and the reader guessing. Even Jeremy, the beloved Englishman from book one, is developed nicely. You'll definitely laugh out loud, but hate yourself in the morning when the alarm goes off and you've stayed up all night reading!

S. Dionne Moore

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