“God is in the Miracle Business”
Smitten Book Club

 Smitten Book Club 

By Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Denise Hunter, and Diann Hunt

Smitten Book Club is about four friends out on a crusade to find lost treasure to help a friend after a tragic accident and unknowingly and some-what funny, love guided by an ancient book of Love and Courtship from an old Smitten gal.

This story made me feel gooey inside. The great sight of Smitten romance in my hands right again was the best part of reading. I read the previous Smitten books and I have been so enthralled by the first two I was so excited to have this masterpiece in my hands again. Smitten Book Club left me feeling light and happy, even makes me want a Smitten Romance. Characters get entwined in old relationships, Fire blooms from past mistakes, new relationships bring complete opposites together and love blossoms after a tragedy even for a heart broken through lies and secrets. Smitten Book Club brings back old characters and enlightens with the new.  Love blossoms and so does the old wear-and-tear of hidden treasure around the Chambers land start to erupt. Smitten has become a lot more romantic since God’s stirring is in the air. You can’t help but fall in love when God’s leading you into the arms of your other half.

This novel in highly recommended, including the series. God uses past circumstances and teaches how to get past them. He also shows how he can bring even the most opposite of people together through Him alone. A delightful book for a nice warm day under the nice cool spring breeze. Don’t forget to bring a sun hat.

B’Sweet-Stay Sweet,

Annie ♥


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