In compliance with updated FTC Guides Governing Endorsements, Testimonials, etc., please be advised that the Web site of author, Deborah M. Piccurelli (www.deborahmpiccurelli.com), does not “endorse” or provide “testimonials” via its reviews. The reviews are synopses and critiques of books this reviewer has read. While the majority of the books I receive are provided free of charge by various publishers and authors, some books reviewed are also procured by self-purchase. The reviewer does not typically review books unless a good or better report can be given, as indicated by the heading on the review page of the site.

 

REVIEW OF

GROOM WANTED

BY DEBRA ULLRICK

 

I am always fully satisfied when I finish reading one of Debra Ullrick’s novels. They ultimately coax a contented sigh from my lips, as I read the last word.

In Groom Wanted, best friends Leah Bowen and Jake Lure both advertise in the newspapers for mail-order spouses. Then they make a deal for each of them to choose whom the other will marry. Surely this is a good way for them to find what they seek: a wife who’ll appreciate Jake’s shy charm, and a husband who will take Leah away from the Idaho Territory she detests. As the responses pour in, some are way off the mark of what each is hoping for. But one man seems to be the perfect mate for Leah; the type she’s longed for—someone who is just like Mr. Darcy in the novel, Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austin. Jake is skeptical, especially after he meets this new suitor of Leah’s. By then, he’s also discovered he’s fallen for Leah himself, and aims to make sure she won’t make the mistake of marrying a man who isn’t what he seems. But Leah so desperately wants to move back to New York, where her new beau is from, she just may turn a blind eye to his faults. Can Jake change her mind before it’s too late?

As usual, Debra Ullrick’s writing is rich with detail, right down to the speech, and unique attributes of each character. When you read one of Debra’s stories, you forget about your life, and yourself, and feel like you’re there, in the center of it, all along. To me, those are the things that make up a great writer. If you like comedic, historical romances, you’ll love Groom Wanted.

See additional archived reviews! Click Here




 
Content © Copyright 2018 Deborah M. Piccurelli
Deborah Piccurelli is an author and deborah piccurelli is a writer of Christian Suspence and Christian Fiction. Deborah Piccurelli writes suspence for Christians who want to read wholesome suspense and thriller writing. Deborah Piccurelli has written and authored in the midst of deceit a suspense novel. In the midst of deceit is a book that deborah m piccurelli has published, but deborah m piccurelli is writing other suspence works as well. Deborah Piccurelli writes thriller novels and has published In the Midst of Deceit. For more information about Deborah M Piccurelli you can visit her site deborahmpiccurelli.com Also, her tag line is Uncovering the Unthinkable. The phrase Uncovering the Unthinkable represents what Debbie Piccurelli writes in the books that she authors, expecially in the suspense novels.