Mrs. Singletary is up to her old tricks again, making matches for her new friend and companion, Callie Mitchell. Callie dresses in drab clothing, with her hair pulled tightly back, she doesn't like to stand out in, she'd rather blend in and be invisible. But Mrs. Singletary will have none of that, and gives Callie a makeover.
Reese Bennett is Mrs. Singletary's attorney, and she offer to find him the perfect wife, a plan to which Reese reluctantly agrees to. Reese want a family, but he doesn't want to fall in love.
But Mrs. Singletary has plans to change both Reese's and Callie's minds.
This was a fun and enjoyable read, with an engaging storyline, great characters, great dialogue and several plot twists. This book has a host of colorful characters, including all the folks at Charity House and the indomitable Mrs. Singletary.
Both Reese and Callie are memorable characters, with journeys of faith an confidence. They have to overcome obstacles in their lives, as well as stumbling blocks of the past.
Overall, this was a fun read with touches of humor, and great interaction between the characters. I also enjoyed coming back to Charity House, and Mrs. Singletary and her match making ways! A lovely read.
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