While Michael, the famous cosmetologist, pursues her, he is also on a crusade to improve her looks. The business cards in her purse testify to his efforts to steer her toward plastic surgeons and beauty experts. Maybe he's right. Kate enjoys the attention, but confesses to her friend, Belle, there are no sparks.
When Dr. Clive Alexander hires her to do a mural in the Children's Burn Unit, Kate finds her heart going pitter-patter for the brooding surgeon. Yet, his aversion to all things Christian is a major drawback, as is his apparent lack of interest in her.
She looks at those business cards, and embarks on a pathway to beauty. Will her efforts result in a walk down the aisle? In her quest for Mr. Right, Kate discovers someone else...herself.
This delightful book explores a woman's self-esteem issues with humor and a refreshing candor. Tamara Leigh keeps the pace moving along, and throws in some delightful characters to advise Kate and keep her grounded.
Please note, I did not receive any fees to review this book. I won it in a blog contest, and found it well worth my reading time.