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This is a very funny, relaxed sweet romance. Poor Rose. She’s a widow who’s finally ready to get back into the dating game. She finds a date online and they meet at the church for a “rendezvous.” It turns out that her date was really a criminal out to rob the church of precious artifacts.
Prior to the date, the pastor, Ian, put up security camera’s the help catch who’s been stealing from them lately. One of them catches Rose and Digby (the criminal) in their explicit act and Rose is afraid that if it gets out, it will ruin her reputation. Pastor Ian, rather than being judgmental and angry with Rose, feel sympathy for her and tries to keep the tape a secret from the media. He knows how gossipy his congregation is, and that Rose is just looking for companionship, not to steal from the church. Rose and Pastor Ian start their own relationship and it’s a fun ride.
I love the sweetness and innocence of Rose. She just wants to be loved and not ostracized by church members. I can’t wait to read the rest in the series.
Rose Wilson is a widow who attempts to stick her toe back into the dating pond, only to find herself in all her glory as the subject of a surveillance video and her on-line date wanted for robbing the very church where their tryst had occurred.
Enter Ian MacCraig, Pastor Ian to most. It was his church the scoundrel Digby robbed, but watching the video of Rose in the throes of passion has left the good pastor incapable of thinking of much else. When the two meet, it’s sparks and fireworks, but Ian’s position as a man of God slams the brakes of passion full on.
Between trying to keep the video of Rose from hitting the media and fighting off nasty Church Ladies, the story is a roller coaster of fun and shenanigans. If you enjoy mostly-sweet romances, this is one you will likely enjoy.
As I already said before, Rose is an extremely likable character. Her anguish over her humiliating situation made me sincerely sympathize with her, while certain humorous situations in which she found herself, made me giggle on several occasions. Her dog Ginger was a character of her own and certainly added more “flavor” to the already compelling story. Ian was an absolute sweetheart, and I kept hoping for this couple to overcome everything that fate would throw their way. The fast-paced, thrilling last few chapters were a perfect ending to this story, which I would definitely recommend to all fans of the genre.
purchasing it. I was not disappointed. The plots has layers of meaning, from ribald and embarrassment to humility and compassion. What makes it a really engaging read is the interspersed humor, which is a gift from any author. The protagonist, Rose, is a widow who sets out to meet a new mate. But is that possible in these untrusting times where the economy acts like a matchmaker for criminal and unsuspecting victim? And once a crime is committed will the pastor, Ian, rise above his castigating congregation and help Rose or join the gossiping ladies of the church? And once he begins helping her and sees a risqué video involving Rose, what becomes of their relationship? There’s no lack of tension and conflict to propel the storyline that certainly contains the glue that holds the human condition together, in all its glory and shame. The plot twists don’t let up until the last satisfying page. I’m off to find more from this author.