Welcome to the Book Review blog of the LDS Forever Friends Email Group. This is where you'll book reviews of every book we read. Orson F. Whitney said, "We will yet have Miltons and Shakespeares of our own. God's ammunition is not exhausted. His brightest spirits are held in reserve for the latter times. In God's name and by his help we will build up a literature whose top shall touch heaven, though its foundations may now be low in earth."
I thoroughly enjoyed The Bishop's Bride. I thought this was an absolutely delightful romp. It was a quick read, had a lot of laughs interspersed with the story of how a widower finds a new bride as the most important duty of his upcoming calling of bishop of a new ward, as he is told he has to find a wife in three weeks!!! Andrew McCammon is being called, as the stake is being changed. Andrew doesn't know how his adult children will react to this new scenario. Even the police chief gets into the fray, with a couple of dead bodies along the way to stir up things. I really liked Gina, the fairly new RS President, who Janette stays with, as she has no home to go to and finds out why Gina has a difficult time with charity. Janette helps Gina analyze her dreams of continuous tombstones appearing in her dreams. If you like Genealogy, you'll love this madcap romp. I sure did!!! I could relate to this story, as I married a widower, with a small daughter, but she endorsed the union wholeheartedly.
Binding: 6x9 Trade Paperback Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc. (2007) ISBN-10: 1598113143 ASIN: B000WZYSVK Amazon.com Sales Rank: #1,752,948 in Books