Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Painted Lady by Felicia Rogers

John Tillman, a simple man, has died. His wife seeks justice. By pure happenstance, Bruce Malone, a famous criminal attorney, receives the case. Unfortunately, it’s going to take a miracle to win. But that’s just what he gets.

Elizabeth Smith is a preacher’s daughter. An “ugly Betty”, she transforms her look like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis. Because of her change in appearance, her position of employment changes and she becomes the ‘miracle’ Bruce Malone needs. Not only for the case, but for the salvation of his family and his own soul.

Tifferz Take-
This novel was worth every minute I spent reading it. I was intrigued by Elizabeth and the secret that put her in danger. I loved her make over!  I was hoping things would fall into place for Elizabeth as she is such a kind and caring person. Her family was cracking me up! Bruce is great and it is fun to watch him get jealous of Cole. This story is filled with mystery, danger, witty banter and a lovely romance that leaves you with a smile on your face when you read the last page.  Ms. Rogers does a fantastic job of tying up loose ends and giving everyone a happy ending. This is a clean read no sex or swearing!

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