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Light romance is mostly fluff

  • Mar 31, 2009
Love Finds You in Humble Texas by Anita Higman is an almost too perfect romance. Trudie Abernathy is finally starting to come out of her self-imposed shell more than ten years after her mother's death. To help, her sister Lane sets her up on a blind date with financial consultant Mason Williamson, but when Lane falls for Mason herself, Trudie forces herself to step aside and deny the growing feelings of her own heart. Trudie and Mason's romance is incredibly sweet and perfect and the ending is never in doubt, even though she does her best to step aside for Lane. I would love to live in Humble, Texas, because everyone there is kind and good, and there's very little conflict. It's an enjoyable, light read with a message of faith and love.

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Trudie Abernathy is a little inelegant and shes never had much luck in love. To make matters worse, her thirtieth birthday is fast approaching and her sister, Lane, has decided to treat her to a makeover and a few blind dates. Trudie is about to protest, but then she meets the kind and handsome Mason Williamson. In spite of her humble manner, Mason finds her attractive, funny and smart. But Lane inexplicably pushes Trudie away from Mason and toward the other willing suitors. The makeover has transformed Trudie from ordinary into stunning but she isnt sure how she feels about all the attention from men. Can Trudie stay true to her humble self and find her hearts desire in the process?
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ISBN-10: 1934770612 (pbk.)
ISBN-13: 9781934770610 (pbk.)
Author: Anita Higman
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publisher: Summerside Press
Date Published: January 5, 2009
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