Wednesday, 22 June 2011

She Makes it Look Easy ~

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
She Makes It Look Easy
David C. Cook (June 1, 2011)
Marybeth Whalen


Marybeth Whalen is the wife of Curt and mom of six children. The family lives outside Charlotte, NC. Marybeth is a member of the Proverbs 31 Ministries writing team and a regular contributor to their daily devotions. Her first novel,The Mailbox was released in June 2010. Her next novel, She Makes It Look Easy, will be released in June 2011. Additionally, she serves as director of She Reads, Proverbs 31 Ministries' fiction division.


Ariel Baxter has just moved into the neighborhood of her dreams. The chaos of domestic life and the loneliness of motherhood, however, moved with her. Then she meets her neighbor, Justine Miller. Justine ushers Ariel into a world of clutter-free houses, fresh-baked bread, homemade crafts, neighborhood play dates, and organization techniques designed to make marriage better and parenting manageable.

Soon Ariel realizes there is hope for peace, friendship, and clean kitchen counters. But when rumors start to circulate about Justine’s real home life, Ariel must choose whether to believe the best about the friend she admires or consider the possibility that “perfection” isn’t always what it seems to be.

If you would like to read an excerpt of She Makes It Look Easy, go HERE.

My Review:

How many times have we found ourselves admiring the life of those that we "THINK" has it all! Only to find out, it is not at all what it seems! In "She makes it look easy" author MaryBeth Whalen, does a phenomenal job of sharing the story of Ariel and Justine and the mistake it is to allow envy into your heart and mind.

I give "She Makes it Look Easy" 4 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥'s

Thankyou CFBA for allowing me this complimentary book in exchange for my honest review.

Happy Reading!


Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

This sounds like a wonderful book Loren! Such a reminder that thinks aren't always we they seem.
((hugs from nebraska))

mike draper said...

Well reviewed. It's comforting how well the author wrote about what is the right thing.

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