A Perfect Wedding
by Anne Robins Zebra
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0821777017
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
If you like a good cry, followed by smiles and that satisfied feeling of having experienced sorrow then joy, A Perfect Wedding is a must read for you. An added attraction is the sense of danger lurking in the background once the plot starts to unfold. Marjorie MacTavish lost the one who mattered most in the sinking of the Titanic and thought her life was over. That is, until a meddling friend took her in hand and pushed her into seeing an alienist who advised her to widen her horizons. And widen them, she did. Within the same day she went from the high of trying out for a part in a musical at her church and winning the lead female role to helping a frantic doctor stitch up the survivors of a Chinese tong fight.
That same doctor who was a friend of her employer, was also the torment of her life with his constant teasing. So why did she feel a sudden change of attitude toward him? And Dr. Jason Abernathy was busy wondering why he was feeling suddenly guilty for tormenting her. Why did he suddenly want to try out for the musical?
Talented Anne Robins blends danger with romance, heartache and laughter to create a story and characters that will keep you up late at night to see what happens next. Once you've read A Perfect Wedding, you'll be looking for other works by this creative author. Highly recommended from a very satisfied reader. Enjoy. I certainly did.