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The Perfect Proposal Paperback – September 15, 2009

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A resident of Providence, RI, Regina grew up in nearby Barrington and still belongs to her church family in that town. After graduating from Providence College she attended the University of Delaware, eventually earning her Master s Degree in American Civilization from Brown University. She is inspired by the seashore and the song of the birds...anything to do with nature, and she and her husband enjoy visiting nearby Cape Cod.

Regina s hobbies include Travel, Museums, Theater, Classical Music, Choral Singing and Gardening Regina is a member of several Professional Associations including ACFW, Faithwriters, In-Sight Radio and The Chaminade Club.

Regina would love to hear from you. Contact Regina at randrews22610@yahoo.com. You can also follow Regina on Twitter and Facebook as well as her blog spot

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 195 pages
  • Publisher: Treble Heart Books (September 15, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936127032
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936127030
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,171,562 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I enjoyed this story for its depth and genuine feel. Andrews' writing style is easy to read and the plot moves along nicely. It was a type of story that I felt so invested in that I found myself always anxious to return to reading it.

The romance is warm and enchanting. Lindsay Richardson's faith and upbeat attitude encourages her boss, Dean Copley to let go of his guilt about his brother's death. She does this by getting wealthy Dean involved with people and children not having the same extravagant lifestyle. Lindsay's faith and good nature enables Dean to develop into a happier individual.

Lindsay's mother has Alzheimer's and that isn't easy on her two daughters. Lindsay and her sister Meg want their mother to have the best care possible. I felt the strong, sad emotions Lindsay experiences as she has to leave her mother daily to go to her new job at Copley Industries. When Dean visits their home and brings a musical snow globe with the nativity scene, Mrs. Richardson responds positively to the music. Lindsay likes how Dean is relaxed with her mother because most people aren't comfortable around Alzheimer's patients.

Lindsay is a well-developed character and full of compassion even when Dean's snotty mother and sister aren't nice to her. She demonstrates Christian forgiveness even though she's hurt by their nasty comments, and they act like she isn't high enough in society for Dean.

I recommend THE PERFECT PROPOSAL. It's a great story!
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4.5 stars

One must pay attention to a book's genre. I have read comments or reviews in which people complain about a book's content, when the book's description informed them of the book's theme very clearly. I am a Christian and this book has Biblical verses, testimony, faith and counseling throughout.

It is also a book of romantic connections despite class differences, much as in Pride and Prejudice. Lindsay Richardson is hired as an administrative assistance by Mr. Copley, who is an old friend of Lindsay's dearly beloved but recently deceased father. However, when she walks into "his" office she discovers that it is the son for whom she will be working, much to her AND his surprise.

Dean, not only didn't know that his father had hired a new Admin. Assistant but also resents that his "retired" father seems to still be actively running things Dean thought were under his command. One of the first things Lindsay is given to take care of is to locate a date for this evening Heart Fund Dinner as Dean's "girlfriend", Gwynneth, has bailed on him. And when Lindsay assigns this position to her sister, who comes down with a stomach virus, Lindsay is forced to be his date.

Dean has a sad history and can't forgive himself and believes that, not only has no one else forgiven him, but also that he is undeserving of that forgiveness. He was piloting the helicopter which crashed taking not only his brother's but another's life. That brother, Ronald, was the golden boy of the family.

Lindsay has many burdens and obligations and doesn't really want to be working as she thinks she should be devoting her time to taking care of her mother who is suffering from Alzheimer's.
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Wonderful story of clean romance and faith

This novel by Regina Andrews is a wonderful and heart-felt story about Lindsay Richardson and her struggle with caring for her mother who has Alzheimer’s and Lindsay trying to hold a job too. Her and her sister, Meg, try to take care of their mother at home. Lindsay has taken a job at Copley Industries. She meets her boss, Dean, and the ball gets rolling in the romance department. Numerous incidents happen to bring them closer.
Dean’s family background, personality clashes, supportive friends, and work responsibilities all figure into Lindsay’s life. We get a look at Dean’s character too as he develops and copes with issues in his life.
There is a spiritual message here of having faith and relying on God to steer us in the right direction in our lives. Many of the happenings brought tears to my eyes. Ms. Andrews’ story telling powers came through with these emotional scenes.
I rate this story five stars and highly recommend it.
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This is a sweet Christian Romance and I totally enjoyed it. Dean, a wealthy man who owns a corporation learns what Christian values really mean from his secretary Lindsey. The conversations between the two help to make this story come alive. I believe that a conversation between the two main characters brings a story to life and helps you to understand who they are. She is a devout Christian and Dean is learning what that is all about. I loved this sweet story.
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Wonderful book_......great reading for the entire family.....a must read!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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