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Mixed Signals Paperback – May 4, 2005
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Christian fiction isn't known for humorous books, so this title is a special joy. In her fiction debut, Higgs (Help, I'm Laughing and I Can't Get Up, Thomas Nelson, 1998) brings to life the usually ebullient but currently down-in-the-dumps Belle O'Brien. Not only has Belle lost her latest radio job owing to a format change but she really wants to get married and has yet to find the right man. Reluctantly accepting an offer from a former mentor, Belle relocates to Abingdon, VA. Not only is the job a pleasant change, but Belle soon finds herself needing to decide which one of three men is right for her. This bouncy romantic tale of a devout Christian woman looking for love should please most readers seaching for a fun summer read. Recommended.
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About the Author
An award-winning speaker since 1986, Liz Curtis Higgs has stepped onto 1,500 platforms in all fifty states and six foreign countries encouraging women to grow in Christ and celebrate their faith. As the author of twenty-two books, including her first contemporary novel, Mixed Signals, her bestselling historical novels, Thorn in My Heart and Fair Is the Rose , her nonfiction bestseller Bad Girls of the Bible, and a series of Gold Medallion Award–winning children’s books, Liz touches the hearts of her readers with real-life humor and grace-filled encouragement. She and her husband, Bill, live with their two teenagers and too many cats in Louisville , Kentucky .
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"Mixed Signals" begins a tad slowly, and is bogged down with much sappy sentiment and cheesy dialogue. The lack of intelligent, realistic interactions is nearly enough to make one want to stop reading the novel all together, but be persistent and you will soon find yourself rather enraptured with the characters and their story. While the writing is a bit over-dramatic, and not nearly as enchanting as her later novels, "Mixed Signals" is still a charming and worthwhile read.