Sunday, February 21, 2010

Nothing but Trouble

I joined the book blog tour for this book last spring, but didn't get the book in time to review it for CFBA. So, when it did wend its way to my mailbox, I set it on the TBR pile, and gradually it worked its way down further toward the bottom.

Until now.

Because I'm slated to review the second book in the PJ Sugar series next week (yay!), I figured I'd read the first one.

I'm so glad I did!

First of all, Susan May Warren rocks. She just does. I love her stories. I love her style, her subject, her way of throwing real life into her books. Like Susan Meissner, she puts the Twin Cities in her novels, and I love that (I don't live there, but I have family there, and we're a half-day's drive away from where we live now).

PJ Sugar is a wonderfully flawed, yet grace-filled character. She's got sass, she has a past, and she loves Jesus and desires to follow Him always. But like the rest of us, she misses the mark more than she hits it.

I truly enjoyed this book. Truly. You can click here for a synopsis, and stop by here next week for the review of book #2, Double Trouble. Part women's lit, part romantic comedy, part suspense, it's got a little something for everyone.

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