Sunday, May 16, 2010

A Tailor-Made Bride

5 out of 5 stars
The historical market has a new author in its midst, and you will not want to skip her novel. Karen Witemeyer's debut novel, A Tailor-Made Bride, is entertaining and charming. Filled with engaging characters, witty dialogue, and a unique storyline, this novel will captivate you from page one.

Hannah Richards, a skilled dressmaker for wealthy clients, opens her own shop in the town of Coventry, Texas. Once she arrives in Coventry, she encounters the unfriendly Jericho "J.T." Tucker, whose arrogant and condemning attitude toward her and her profession ignites sparks between them. Jericho Tucker doesn't want the dressmaker in his town. She's the incarnation of everything he stands against. His firm belief that her shop will feed the vanity of the townswomen and keep them from building inward beauty, doesn't seem to stop his attraction to her. Will they be able to resolve their differences, or will their pride keep them from each other?

Karen Witemeyer weaves together an amazing story. She does a masterful job of creating conflict and building tension from verses of scripture that lend themselves perfectly to enrichen the reader's insight into God's Word. She offers a unique perspective and an astonshing spiritual element that sets her novel apart. Her style is neither condemning nor preachy.

Karen Witemeyer's novel is sure to sastisfy readers who enjoy Tamera Alexander, Deeanne Gist, and Cathy Marie Hake.

A Tailor-Made Bride is a stunning novel that will leave you waiting for her next release.

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