“I Met Him in the Ladies’ Room” (Book Review)

I swiped the image from Amazon, but I don't think Michelle will mind.

I swiped the image from Amazon, but I don’t think Michelle will mind.

It’s been ages since I’ve reviewed a book, although I’ve read quite a few in the past year. Time to catch up! This short novel by one of my favorite writers seems like a good place to start.

This novella grabbed me right away. Kerri, the protagonist, really needs a job. Then along comes the perfect opening for her skills–except it’s at a church, and they want the applicant to be a Christian. Huh?? She knows nothing about Christianity. Okay, less than nothing.

I love the way Kerri throws herself into trying to truly qualify for the job rather than just faking it. Her sincere cluelessness makes her a very real, funny and charming character. And the story of her “growing into the job” is both well told and uplifting.

(PS: Get the book, AND the sequel! You’ll love them both. Available from Amazon and others.)

Thanks for reading,

By the bye, I am linking up this week with my sweet friend Jen and the Soli Deo Gloria sisters.

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4 Responses to “I Met Him in the Ladies’ Room” (Book Review)

  1. I’m always looking for new books. I’ll check these out!


  2. marlece says:

    Ok if you say so I will get it! Thanks for the review!


  3. the plot line sounds interesting….-)


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