This book was awesome. It totally captured my attention and I could hardly put it down. If you're from the South or have relatives down South, you will get a kick going down memory lane with the author.
This was okay. Pretty good for Chrisitan fiction. I did feel like it dragged a bit and there were A LOT of un-needed discriptions. (Like: "Jennifer placed her fork next to her knife to the left of her plate. She eyed Lisa's french fries while debating whether or not to finish her sandwich.) It just seemed like they were trying too hard to make the book as long as possible, but there wasn't enough "story".
By the author of Legally Blonde. Loving their careers and harboring no desires for marriage or family life, Wall Street executive Becca Reinhart and playboy Edward Kirkland find their situations turned upside down when they are jointly named as legal guardians of the high-spirited toddler Emily.
My book club read this, and the last half of it is good. The first half drags on for so long I ended up going to our meeting having not finished it. I did finish the story and it is neat and tidy and a cute story, but Flagg could have cut out out a third of the book in the beginning.