A Great Catch
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Emily Graham is a suffragist with a cause, but she is so unsure of herself, that it manifests itself physically. She seems like a clutz all the time, falling, or causing accidents.She is so focused on the cause for women, that she forgets to keep her focus on her God. The thing is, she is a beautiful young woman who should not be so insecure, and Carter Stockton wants to show her this. What he does not expect is to fall in love with her so quickly and so deeply.
Carter is a young man that Emily knew as a friend of her brother. He loves to play baseball and is a great coach with the other players and with teaching Emily to play also.
I found myself wanting to shake some sense into her. Her insecurities were costing her a chance at love. Lorna Seilstad has again shown that she is very accomplished as an author, drawing you into the story to the point that you want to join in and convince her that she is more than she thinks.
I enjoyed this book greatly. 375 pages US $14.99 4 stars
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.
Available May 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group