CALLA VAUGHN has spent the last three years desperately trying to get her life in order so that she can go back to culinary school. No matter how hard she works, though, she feels like she is just treading water and can't see any way out of the hole dug for her by a con artist who stole her identity.
When flowers she sends to her best friend with a dinner invitation accidentally get delivered to IAN JONES, she decides to cook him the best meal he's ever had. By the time she admits that the flowers were never for him, he is as convinced as she is that God orchestrated the mistake in the first place.
All that's left is to tell him the dark secret about her father's widow. She waits a little too long, though, and is carted off to jail for questioning on felony charges before she gets a chance.
Will Ian understand her situation, or will the deception surrounding Calla destroy any trust he has in her?
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COURTING CALLA is an interesting story. Very implausible, but interesting. If someone was stealing your identity would you just sit back and let it happen if you knew who it was? Would you let it go on for years? For some reason, Calla did--until she ended up in jail. And if you sent flowers to your bestie and they are delivered to the wrong person, would you just sit back and let it happen? Okay, maybe, depending on your personality. It is written okay, and the author did a good job on details (what you see, smell, hear) and the dialog was good. I enjoyed the faith message. If you are willing to suspend reality, this is a quick book to read. You might enjoy it. I had a hard time wrapping my mind around Calla's inability to act or speak up for herself, but like I said it could be due to personality. I was gifted a copy free (not from the publisher and not from the author). All opinions are my own.