Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Digital books seem to be taking over the publishing industry. As more and more authors choose to offer electronic books, readers have discovered a new and easy way to purchase reading material online. This new marketing format has proven to be well accepted by those of us that like to read wherever and whenever time allows.

I just finished reading Debra Ullrick’s digital version of her outstanding book, Deja Vu Bride. I would highly recommend this book to anyone. But beware, once you start you will not want to put it down. Debra Ullrick's writing is so compelling it keeps the reader wanting to turn the page. This is the first book of hers that I have read and I look forward to reading more from this talented writer’s work.

While taking us on a journey filled with pain, grief and hope Debra shows us how much our heavenly father loves us. You'll want a box of Kleenex nearby but you'll shed happy tears before it's over and done. Examples of God's love and grace are threaded throughout this Cinderella type story. Thanks to a quiet weekend at home I was able to read right through and enjoyed every word.

A more detailed description of the story:

Furious with God, Olivia Roseman vows to never trust Him again. Why should she? Once again her prayers have gone unanswered, and once again another loved one has been ripped from her. With no job and only a few dollars, Olivia makes a choice to start over again. Without God and without love. However, her handsome new boss isn't going to make forgetting God or keeping her vow to never love again very easy. Erik Cole questions the sanity of his moving from Swamper City, Alabama to Charity, West Virginia. That is, until he hires airbrush designer Olivia Roseman to paint his monster truck. When he senses that she's a gal who is down on her luck, he vows to do whatever he can to help her. Only problem is, the little beauty creates more challenges than one. As his feelings toward her deepen, all Erik can do is hope and pray that one day Olivia will open up

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