April 14, 2010
Review & Giveaway: A Case For Love by Kaye Dacus
Here's the back cover:
The Alaine Delacroix that all of Bonneterre knows is the carefully polished image she puts forth every day on her noontime news-magazine program. When her parents' home and small business is threatened by the biggest corporation in town, Alaine is forced to choose between her image and fighting for the life her family has built.
Lawyer Forbes Guidry is used to making things go his way. But when he's asked to take on a pro bono case for a colleague, he'll learn that he can't control everything--including his feelings for his new client: Alaine Delacroix.
Alaine's only option to help her family is hiring Forbes, but can she bring herself to trust the handsome, disarmingly charming lawyer? And will Forbes Guidry be able to make a case for love before losing his job and family? Can both trust that God will present a solution before all is lost?
What I liked: I hate to say I liked everything, but really, I did. This was a fun read that kept my attention and made me feel for the characters. Well, not just feel FOR them, but get into their skins and really feel. The dilemmas both Alaine and Forbes faced were difficult and Kaye was able to help them grow in their faith and in their ability to stand up for what was right. The romantic tension was incredible and there was enough conflict to keep the pages turning. You will not be disappointed in this book by Kaye!
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