Suddenly Singleby Shana Burton
Vashti Hunter knew that something was wrong when she received her fiancé's nervous phone call the night before their wedding, but she was too distracted by visions of wedding grandeur to listen to her instincts. Instead, what was supposed to be the happiest day of the 26-year-old's life quickly turns into the most humiliating, when she is left at the altar.… See more details below
Vashti Hunter knew that something was wrong when she received her fiancé's nervous phone call the night before their wedding, but she was too distracted by visions of wedding grandeur to listen to her instincts. Instead, what was supposed to be the happiest day of the 26-year-old's life quickly turns into the most humiliating, when she is left at the altar.
After battling a fierce bout of depression, Vashti regroups and begins dating again. A string of failed relationship attempts help her figure out not only what she does not want in a mate, but who she is. It's only after she evolves into the person she wants to be that she finds the man who is worthy of her love.
Because of their 20-year age difference, Vashti's new relationship is met with opposition from her family, friends, and especially his daughter, who resents Vashti's presence in her father's life. Their relationship is further complicated when Vashti's long-lost fiancé returns remorsefully. Will Vashti find him worthy of a second chance?
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Lol. This books turn of events were totally uexpected. That title doesnt fit this book at all it should have been called ''looking for love in all the wrong places''.
This book was ok. I realized towards the end that it was very slow moving. I realized it because the book finally started to pick up the pace. It definitely wasn't Christian Fiction in my opinion, but I was perfectly ok with that. The errors started off minor and were easy to overlook, but eventually started to really get on my nerves. I wouldn't read it again, but as slow moving as it was, it did hold my attention, however it was VERY predictable.
All Vashti Hunter needed to do was listen, instead she was standing alone at the altar. Now distraught and very heartbroken, Vashti has to get back in the swing of things. On a serious mission to find a man she can love who is also ready to settle down, Vashti seems to find the most undesirable men out there.
Learn to wait on God! The moment Vashti does, could it be that the man she's needed was always by her side?
While reading SUDDENLY SINGLE I was able to laugh at some of the issues, but it also saddened me that Vashti was dripping in desperation. SUDDENLY SINGLE is a good book with some comical twists that I can easily recommend to others!
Reviewed by: Carmen