Many Strange Women Book Review


Solomon Greene made a deal with God.

If He'd send him an unattractive woman, he'd marry her on sight and do what was spiritually right. After all, he needed that kind of wife to help him escape from his sordid past.

Celeste Martin made a deal with Solomon. She'd be his ugly wife. All she wanted in return was his name. She was in love with her sister's fiance and he would be the only man she'd ever love.

Solomon had no idea that he'd find his wife fascinating. Celeste didn't know that one taste from her husband's lips would have her wanting more. Yet many strange women were between them.

Could Solomon ever escape from his past?

Could Celeste ever love her husband?
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My Review:

I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. 

Celeste Martin thought very little of herself.  She had given up on ever being happy.  Especially after her sister Leah got engaged to the one man Celeste felt she would ever love.  She proceeds to make arrangements with Solomon Greene for a marriage of convenience.  He wanted an unattractive wife and she wanted to forget all about falling in love with her sister’s boyfriend.  Little did they know that God had a plan for all of them.

This was a beautiful story of faith and hope.  I was in shock when Celeste told Solomon her little secret, but nothing prepared me for his, I was completely blown away.  The only issue I had was Celeste’s cold demeanor toward her husband.  I understand that she didn’t want to get too close, but to the point of referring to him as Mr. Greene was a bit much.  All in all, this was a great Christian romance novel, one that truly inspires and teaches us that God really does answer our prayers.

About the Author:

Parker J. Cole is a writer and radio show host who spends most of her time reading, knitting, writing, cooking, and concocting new ideas for stories. Her first novel, Dark Cherub, won Best of Spring Reading 2013 from eMediaCampaigns. She lives in Michigan with her husband and their beloved dog, Sarah. 
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