a excellent christian fiction. Kate Logan is a professional wedding planner. Her humiliating experiences as an overweight teenager convinced her relationships were not for her. When handsome Todd Jensen shows up to preform ceremonies for Kate's clients, she works hard to ignore him.
Todd is smitten but depairs of ever breaking through Kate's protective barriers. Even with the help of well meaning yet slightly wacky family and friends.
Kate Logan is a miracle worker when it comes to creating wonderful weddings for her clients. But when it comes to her own love life--well, some things were never meant to be. Her humiliating experiences as an overweight teenager had convinced her of that.
So when young, single--and very good-looking--Todd Jensen shows up to perform ceremonies for Kate's clients, she works hard to turn a blind eye. No sense getting her heart all tangled up with someone she could never hope to have.
As for Todd--he's smitten. But despite the schemes of well-meaning -- and slightly wacky -- relatives and friends, he despairs of ever breaking through kate's protective barriers.
Will Kate ever learn to see herself through the eyes of love--and be able to trust her heart to the man who sees her as the most beautiful woman in the world?
OK, you need to overlook the outdated cover picture - this was a really good book!
When Father Todd Jensen responds to Kate Logan's newspaper ad for a pastor to perform the weddings she coordinates, Kate knows he's perfect for the job. What she doesn't know is that he's perfect for her heart. Though Kate excels in creating matchless weddings for others, she's certain she'll never walk down the aisle herself; she still sees herself as the chubby, ungainly teenager who'd been so humiliated by her schoolmates years before. And only when she learns to see herself through the eyes of love-both Todd's and her heavenly Father's-can she finally give her heart.
Charming, witty, romantic.....
Deb Kastner once again does an outstanding job in this story, making you never wanting to set the book down....and wishing for more pages to turn once you are done.
A nice, easy-reading romance.
It was a good quick read.