Sandra Bricker was born with an incredible funny bone. Her sense of humor so closely resembles mine, we could be sisters. If you read my blog post about the first book in this series, you will know how enjoyable Sandra's books are.
The second book in the Jessie Stanton series is just as enjoyable as the first. Jessie is still working to remake her life after she finds that the husband she thought she had wasn't really divorced from his first wife. The only thing she had left of her life with her husband was the ostentatious ring he had given her. She sold the ring and used the proceeds to get a small apartment, open a store for rental designer duds.
Sandra throws a monkey wrench into the works when Jack, the faux husband comes back and wants Jessie to protect him from prosecution. He disrupts her life in ways that Jessie never imagined could happen. Danny, the private investigator Jessie has fallen in love with, steps in to help her with the restraining orders, the stalking, and the FBI closing her store to make sure she isn't funneling money to Jack.
Sandra takes Jessie through more of her spiritual and emotional journeys and brings her closer to finding the Lord, closer to Danny, and shores up her pinnings with wonderful friends. She just leaves the book at a rather delicate cliff, balanced on a pebble.
Another Five Star, Two Thumbs Up, and a Coco Chanel for your next party book.
My thanks to Abingdon Press for allowing me to read and review this book.