Rachel Carter isn't interested in tall, red-headed men. They remind her of her ex-boyfriend.
Cameron Foster - you guessed it - a tall, handsome redhead knocks on her door. A neighbor and friend of a friend, he's shocked by the chilly reception.
Krista Phillips dishes out the dialogue with her signature humor. I thought this would be a simple romance, but loved the element of suspense she wove into the book.
A quick, delightful read, A Side of Faith is well-suited to a lazy afternoon at the beach. I'm giving this one five stars. (Hey friends, I might try painting a wall one of these days in wavy stripes.)
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher requested a review or paid me for it. All opinions expressed, as always, are mine and mine alone.
Writers: Have you tried injecting humor into your writing? Please share.
Readers: What types of characters attract you? Heroines that are sassy, funny, a bit crazy or (insert the quality you like here)?
Susan: Sometimes, my humor slips out. I know, I write about Jesus and things about Him, but some days an off handed remark gets into my mind and comes out my fingers.
Hi Quiet Spirit - Humor is good - like the spoonful of sugar that helps the medicine go down. :)
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