The girl has got to go!
To save her son from a romantic mistake, Laurel Edmonds renews some romantic relationships of her own.
Complications abound when new beau Mike Hudson is added into the mix.
Her own romantic dilemmas, her plot to save her son, and worries about her mother, a.k.a. The Bus Queen, force Laurel to cope with a fake engagement gone real, a surprise wedding, and a confession she never imagined she'd have to make.
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About the Author
She has also written non-fiction and technical pieces for a number of years. Her advertising, public relations, and marketing skills lend themselves to the promotion of her fiction, and her awards for journalism, fiction writing, and public speaking attest to her ability.
D. A. was co-founder of the CenTex Chapter of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and served as its president for several years. She also coordinated the first ever national ACFW Conference in St. Louis, Missouri in 2001 where a then budding author named Karen Kingsbury was the keynote speaker.
She lives in Georgetown, Texas, a small town with a big heart.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sauce For The Goose – D. A. Featherling This story is hilarious. An unfaithful ex-husband left Laurel Edmonds’ distrustful of, and avoiding relationships. For years she has avoided serious relationships but when her son appears to need saving from the wrong woman, she will do just about anything to protect him from making a poor relationship choice. Laurel’s crazy plots - and how they go awry are reminiscent of the writing of Janice Hanna Thompson or Liz Curtis Higgs, and of the Lucy Show, with zany overreactions from a fearful but truly tenderhearted heroine. The hero saves Laurel from plot complications when he suggests a fake engagement, with his own hidden agenda. Her mother’s mysterious behavior, an epiphany and resulting confession end in an unexpected and unsettling kiss that leads to new complications. The multiplicity of plots and subterfuge are handled with humor and resolve with a couple of unexpected surprises. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will be looking for more by Dorothy Featherling.