Monday, January 27, 2014

The Reviews are Pouring In for Walk A Straight Line

 I'd like to share a part of a review for Walk A Straight Line
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"It was my plan to savor this story throughout the course of a week.  Instead, I devoured it in a day and a half.  Lindo-Rice's style is fast and easy to digest, her characters intriguing and able to draw the reader deeply into their lives.  Readers may find themselves just as torn between brothers Michael and Keith as Gina.  In Lindo-Rice's capable hands, Gina comes off not as some floozie, but as a woman who cares deeply and has very good reasons to be attracted to both brothers. Likewise, readers also may or may not empathize with Colleen.  Should she be more accommodating of her husband and mother?  Should she have married so quickly after meeting her husband and falling in love?  In both cases, there's so much more going on that what appears on the surface.  No matter how readers feel about the circumstances in which these two friends find themselves, they will enjoy this inspirational story filled with multi-layered conflicts."
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Synopsis:
Two friends . . . Two brothers . . . Two weddings . . . Too many secrets . . . 
Colleen MacGregor rededicated her life to God when she met and married Terence Hayworth. However, her happily-ever-after will have to wait, because she has some serious dragons to slay to sustain her marriage and keep her friendship with Gina Price intact. After fifteen years of friendship, Colleen must now draw the line and stop telling Gina everything.
What did God do to her friend? Gina finds it hard to deal with Colleen’s newfound faith. She thinks Colleen has become self-righteous, subjecting Gina to her holy tirades whenever the mood strikes. When Gina begins dating one brother, while simultaneously falling in love with the other, boy, does she get an earful! Gina, however, is way too busy trying to sort her way through her own murky feelings to worry about her soul. Her heart wants what it wants.
Michelle Lindo-Rice explores the complicated world of female friendships. Can a friendship survive when one friend becomes saved?