Review of Perfect Weddingby Debra Benson
Leah is a successful weight-loss expert. She seems to have everything an independent girl ever wanted, but for one a perfect wedding. She had always dreamed of walking down the aisle with her father leading her toward her perfect mate. But she doesn't know her father. His idenitity has remained a secret for a very long time, and she knows she has to exhaust all her efforts to convince her mother to spill.
In the midst of her emotional turmoil, she meets Andrew, a man dumped by his wife, her new client, for being overweight. On one of their meetings, he notices her sad disposition and offers to listen, she opens up to him and all things begin to change.
Will Leah find her father and will she ever see her dream come true in a perfect Wedding?
I won a copy of this book from the author on a blog giveaway and was really excited as my youngest daughter is engaged and I thought it would make a great gift for her. I enjoyed reading this book. It is short, at less than 50 pages printed, and so it is a quickly-read book. I appreciated the various conflicts in the book and did find myself wrapped up in the issues with the characters. I wanted Leah to find a future husband and I definitely was rooting for her to find her father and develop a relationship with him. I found myself anxious to get back to my reading of this first publication by Debra Benson. She definitely weaves her beliefs on faith into the storyline of the book. I will be looking forward to more good books from this author in the future.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Debra Benson describes herself in the following way on goodreads.com:
A glad Author. I write what intrigues me and hopefully others.
I enjoy gardening and listening to music.
I live in Katy, Texas with my three children, four grandchildren and the love of my life.
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