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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Book Review--CHARISSE by Fay Lamb

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I love Fay Lamb's books. She has mastered the art of inspirational romance, and Charisse is no exception.

Charisse Wellman is a widow who must meet one goal: to provide for her son V.J. She needs a job in the worst way, and in desperation she puts an application in to the Nineth Judicial  Circuit. The boy she'd had a crush on in High School was a judge there. He was also the judge who set loose the owner of the hit-and-run car that killed her husband.

Worse, this job would be clerking for Gideon Tabor. He might not recognise her, though. Last time he'd seen her, she'd weighed a lot more, and she left her glasses off for the interview. No good. He did. Now what?

On the other hand, Gideon is delighted to have Charisse on his staff. Not only is she the best qualified applicant, but she's as beautiful as ever, and maybe this would be the chance he'd missed in high school to prove himself to her and win her love.

Charisse would refuse the job, but the electric bill is due. And if she doesn't make the house payment...

You can buy this delightful book from Amazon in hard copy or e-book format.

OR: Leave your e-mail address in a comment below and be entered in a chance to win a copy of Charisse!


4 comments:

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    1. ackkkk! Fay--why didn't you tell me I misspelled the name of the book! (Going to fix right now)

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  2. would love to win. angelachesnut246@gmail.com

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