Doesn't She Look Natural?

Doesn't She Look Natural?

by Angela Elwell Hunt
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Doesn't She Look Natural 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 72 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
EXCELLENT! I usually have trouble focusing in but this book was not a problem. Story is beautifully presented and no 2 -penny sleazy novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautifuly written, a must read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this book down. Jen recently divorced, mother of two sons and having to move home with mom! Jen is hoping her ex eill see the light, and come back to her family and be the man he should be. Indtead he demanfs she sells their home, with only $40,000 and no job, living in their VA area will be impossible, ehat will she do? She gets a call from a lawyer, her Uncle Ned left her his entire etate, including an old victorian home! In Flordia! Not knowing dhe had a uncle Ned, when looking on line she finds out her old victorian home is a FUNERAL HOME! Now the fun begins! A great book! And it was free!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You know how some Christian fiction can be a bit contrived? This is not! I loved it the first time i read it and even more the second time. Realistic view of life. It is a struggle at times and its ok to ask questions. God can take it ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting storyline. I found it somewhat disconcerting that the story was told mostly using present tense.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the second of Angela Hunt's books I've read. Her books are set in Central Florida, which is where I live. It is like reading about home and family. Actually I moved to Florida very unadvisedly and found Jen to be inspiring in the way she came to handle her new hometown. It took me longer, but I experienced many of the same emotions described. This book helped me look at my own situation from a different angle.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My nephew and his wife lived in a funeral home for the first few years of their marriage. His wife worked at the home during the day and they were 'on call' during the evening hours. So I found the setting intriguing. Angela keep me spell bound through all the challenging relationships Jen has with her ex-husband, her mother, her two sons, and most important, her relationship with God. This is the second 'Angela Hunt' novel I've read, but it won't be my last.
Deborah_K More than 1 year ago
This was one of the most interesting concepts I had heard for a book. A story set in a funeral home? Two things came to mind: 'My Girl' and every horror movie about dead people. Luckily this book was more the former than the latter. Jennifer was definitely more braver than I ever would be about living in a funeral home. Not that I have anything against the dead, but sharing my living space with them is not an ideal situation. I also love the cover for this book. It's very unique and really catches your eye. I think it's a book that you can't help but notice on the shelf because of the cover. It looks whimsical and chick lit-like but the story is more intense and serious. Many Christian novels do not portray those who are divorced in a positive light. It seems that the thinking of 'forgive and forget' is still prevalent in a lot of people. Never mind that people were unfaithful or abusive, wives especially seem to be shown as being the one at fault. So it was refreshing in this story to see that the main character is divorced but not because she wants it. The novel is also written uniquely: both in first person from Jennifer's POV and from the other character's viewpoints as well. That way you could see things from everyone's perspective. The ending of this story is very shocking and really affects the reader as well as the characters. The characters are very memorable, each with their own quirks that will captivate the reader. This story is typical Angela Hunt: wonderfully written, a unique storyline and a message that will have an effect on you long after you finish the book. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. Until then, I shall continue to ponder over what I learned from this book. Highly recommended.
Anonymous 18 days ago
Felt the circumstances and affirmation of God's peace available to Christians.
Anonymous 26 days ago
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire series. I felt like part of the family by the end of the three books and was very sad to have it end!!!
Anonymous 3 months ago
This book felt like an autobiology sometimes. I don't know why I kept reading it because of the subject matter. I learned a lot. Being a florida resident 44 yrs I wondered if maybe the talk of gators and mosquitoes was a bit overdone. The gossip part could be because small towns know their neighbors unlike big cities. The life circumstances felt real. The end didn't seem exact but who knows.
Anonymous 3 months ago
I really enjoyed this book. I felt for the main character with her struggle to care for her family and wanting to reconcile with her exhusband. Trying to deal with an unexpected house and business. It really drew me in.
Anonymous 3 months ago
I found the story intriguing and the events and relationships are true to life. The ups and downs of family life are real, as is the reconciliation. I was surprised at how some of the story played out, but delighted as the story unfolded. Within the pages of the book, the characters learn what it means to truly pray and wait on God’s answers, then, accept His answers with faith and trust. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I enjoy an original story that doesn't have the typical storyline so I was pleasantly surprised by this creative and original story. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Healthy side of life
Anonymous 5 months ago
I really enjoyed this and can hardly wait to start the next on in the trilogy.
Anonymous 5 months ago
This book is a contest to see which woman is the more naive, the heroine or the author.
Mary17 8 months ago
Did not end like I thought it would.
Anonymous 8 months ago
What a way to look at the world!
Anonymous 8 months ago
THIS is a very good book. It's captivating and puts you right there with the characters. You feel what they feel, cry when they cry. You will not want to put this book down.
Anonymous 9 months ago
One of those books you hate to put down and can't wait to pick back up! Great story on life's ups and downs! Definitely will get book #2!
Anonymous 10 months ago
Fair
Anonymous 10 months ago
I'm looking forward to starting the next book in the series.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Some very believable moments happen. Then again, the reality is lost with thoughts of fantasy. May read another book to see if the story becomes more believable. I am used to mysteries.
Anonymous 10 months ago
This was a free nook book. Glad I didn't pay for it. Awful. There is a racist comment about a gay man. The main character is concerned about her sons interacting with a gay man. A lot of praying to God in the book. Too bad the characters are not more tolerant towards people who are different. These so called Christians are not really christians. They are hypocrites . Poorly written and silly don't waste your time or energy.