Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Book Review - PERFECT FOR THE JOB by Peggy Blann Phifer
Peggy Blann Phifer has written another delicious story set in Sweetland, USA. I really love what she's done with the characters who came to life last summer (in Summer in Sweetland series, All Things Work Together). First there was Rozene Gentry, better known to her friends as Rozie, a Cherokee American woman with one of the most popular places in Sweetland, Gentry's Restaurant.
Now Rozie, who was a widow in the first story, has married to the Assembly of God pastor, has four adopted daughters (three in college), and still manages her restaurant. New situations now face Rozie and her family.
One of the girls, just turned 18, is dating a man ten years her senior--a very nice man, but still very much older than she is. Rozie is understandably concerned.
Then too, she's been handed the job of leading the youth in her new husband's church--a sizable group--and they are planning for the community Easter Sunrise Service and other Easter festivities.
How will Rozie handle all the new stress along with the existing stresses? Hm. Could be worth spending 99 cents to find out. Available at Amazon right now, and will soon be available at Barnes and Noble and Kobo Books.