By Kaye Dacus
Do you ever find yourself looking for a nice, gentle read? You know, with just the right amount of romance – where someone’s clothes aren’t getting ripped off on every other page, but you still get a great HEA? (I know you’re thinking, but Amanda, I like ripped clothes. Ok, but sometimes it’s just too much and you lose the story, right?)
Well, with Stand-In Groom you get a good story with good values. The book is Christian and the characters do pray and go to church, but that aspect of the story is not the focus. Instead we are treated to a love story between Anne and George.
Anne plans weddings, and George needs a wedding planned, but it’s not his. It’s for his secret, famous employer who needs to keep things under wraps until the actual event. Sparks fly between the main characters, but will love be enough to keep them together throughout the whole ordeal?
In an attempt at full disclosure, I must admit that I have met and am friends with the author, Kaye Dacus. This is the first book of hers I’ve read, but it probably won’t be the last. (And in case you think I only gave her a good review because she’s a friend, you need to know that I’m usually harder on my friends than on people I don’t know, FYI.)
So if you need a good book, but don’t want anything too risque, try these. Kaye’s series has 3 books in it right now and library owns the first two…check them out today! I’ve already got book 2, Menu for Romance on hold.