Thursday, November 26, 2015
Book Review: "The Perfect Arrangement" by Katie Ganshert
"The Perfect Arrangement" by Katie Ganshert is a novella in the 2nd "A Year of Weddings Novella" series. Amelia Woods runs a small town florist, which she loves. She's only had one boyfriend and they broke up four years ago. She decides to drive by the church on the day of his wedding to spy on the proceedings. Being distracted, she rear ends another car, owned by handsome wedding guest Nate Gallagher. When Amelia sees something that upsets her about her brother's girlfriend, she sends a frantic email to her best friend, only to accidentally send it to Nate instead.
"The Perfect Arrangement" has a definite "You've Got Mail" feel to it with the hero and heroine writing emails to each other (other than the fact that Amelia and Nate had meet, albeit briefly, before they started emailing). The story was cute and fun and quick to read. There wasn't really any spiritual content, but the story was clean with no physical contact other than holding hands and kissing. I haven't read many of the novellas in this year's series, but I'm glad that I was able to read this one.
"The Perfect Arrangement" is available on Kindle:
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