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Posted July 4, 2006
Kate Bingham, driven and determined, is rising quickly through the ranks in the accounting firm where she works. Casey Marsden is the daughter of Nora Marsden, an old friend and former co-worker of Kate¿s. All three women are thrown together again when a new tragedy strikes Nora¿s family. Nora¿s husband is slowly being robbed of his mind. Although not sure what she can do, Kate strives to help. Help that isn¿t easy for Kate to give considering she is still recovering from a not so long ago tragedy of her own. For that matter, what brought Casey home to begin with? Was it the tragedy her family is now facing? Or something else entirely? What could have affected Casey so severely that she gave up the life she had for the life she is now living? Even amidst impending loss, both Kate and Casey can¿t help but think Nora is playing `matchmaker¿, something neither of them are sure they want. However, it¿s not long before both Casey and Kate start to feel Nora¿s efforts may have been worth it. Feelings each thought they¿d never have again are beginning to resurface. Feelings that bring one big question as well as others for both women: How will the present, combined with the past, affect their chance at a future? Will they even allow themselves this chance? Only time and this newest tragedy will tell. Picture Perfect is a terrific story that is both heartwarming and heartrending. A story of how diseases of the mind can rob more than just the afflicted person of their life. Of what happens when parents become the children and children become the parents. With her first book, Jane has given readers a dynamic story filled with messages of tragedy, hope and acceptance. Her upcoming book, Heart Trouble, due out in August 2006, can only be another well-written, intriguing offer from a writer who has joined the ranks of talented storytellers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.