Sunday, February 3, 2013

Divinely Designed by Rachael Renee Anderson

Divinely Designed by Rachael Renee Anderson

Summary from Goodreads:
It all begins with calamity, faith, and a flat tire. Seeking liberation from recent heartache, Kennedy Jackson leaves her hometown and moves to Arizona to work as an interior designer. She thinks she is ready for a new start, but her heart still needs some convincing. When she bumps into a handsome stranger on the highway, she starts the ride of her life on a road of divine design that will lead to her dreams if she only has the faith to follow it. 

This delightful tale by Rachael Anderson combines wit and romance with the reality that change is difficult, but it can bring about some of life's greatest adventures. Divinely Designed is a sure antidote for gloom and a light-hearted reminder that even the darkest forks in the road can lead somewhere brilliant.

Read February 2013

Library Book

4 Stars

My Review:
This is an LDS fiction book.  It has lots of reference to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) and much of the context of the book deals with LDS culture and beliefs.  

I really enjoyed this cute, clean romance.  It was fairly predictable and sweet, but that is what I needed this last 24 hours.  I was glad to escape to happy reading land.

Warnings: None

I would let my 14 year old daughter read this book.

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