Thursday, July 14, 2011

A Wedding Blunder In the Black Hills by Kim O'Brien

Book Description:  David and Millie both have big problems. A widowed dentist with an almost-teen son, he’s being stalked by an amorous patient. Millie’s mom keeps sending her on blind dates, even though the café owner has trust issues. So when a lost filling lands Millie in David’s office, the two of them find a solution—a faux relationship. No one gets hurt and no one gets nagged. It’s a great plan—until they really start to care. Now what will they do?

My Review:  A Wedding Blunder In the Black Hills is a fun, light read about people who truly care.  
A somewhat predictable read, this read is also brings out the "fun side" of life.  David, a widowed man who is also the local dentist is plagued with patients who hope to become the next Mrs. 
Millie is plagued with well intentioned relatives, especially her mom who keeps insisting she "attend" these blind dates.
Millie and David meet when Millie must have a tooth fixed and the funny thing is they get together to "solve" their plagued problems.  Never realizing that sometimes an easy "fix" leads to more problems.  
Then there's Millie's secret...will this help her understand her life or hinder her relationship with David?  
Escapades, funny family and friend issues and romance!
A fun, light read that will make you laugh and just may increase you faith.
*This ebook was provided for review by Barbour Books and NetGalley*
About the Author

Kim O’Brien grew up in Bronxville, New York. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and a master’s degree in fine arts from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. She worked for many years as a writer, editor, and speechwriter for IBM.  She is the author of eight romance novels and seven nonfiction children’s books. She’s happily married to Michael, has two fabulous daughters, Beth and Maggie. She is active in the Loft Church in The Woodlands, Texas.  Kim loves to hear from readers and can be reached through her Facebook author’s page.

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