Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Perfect Blend by Trish Perry

If you're looking for a delightful romantic comedy, pick up The Perfect Blend. Trish has a great way of bringing her characters to life by letting us in on their thoughts in a very natural way. The dialogue is fun and realistic as well. Those two areas alone are often ones that pull me out of the story in the hands of less talented writers.

Her characters aren't perfect, but that's what makes them enjoyable. And through it all Trish weaves an authentic spiritual thread that we all can relate to.

Steph Vandergrift is in need of a job, having been left at the altar by her runaway groom. Kendall James, one of the kindest and most eligible bachelors in the area, meets Steph and proceeds to pursue her. Will this meeting at a local tea shop produce the perfect blend?

Trish Perry is an award-winning writer and editor of Ink and the Spirit, a quarterly newsletter of the Capital Christian Writers organization in the Washington DC area. She has published numerous short stories, essays, devotionals, and poetry in Christian and general market media, and she is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers group.

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*Thanks to Harvest House for providing me a review copy. This in no way influences my opinion. If I didn't like it, I'd say so!*

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