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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Review of A Broken Kind Of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert

                Ivy Clark is 24 and her professional life is over. She has been a fashion model since she was 14,and is basically a shell of a woman. Abandoned by her father, used by her uncle, an agent, and desired by men, Ivy has no idea what love is.
      
                      Davis Knight former fashion photographer and Ivy’s step cousin works as a church maintenance man ever since the accident. G-d has forgiven him, but he has yet to forgive himself. He is going to do this one last photo shoot and then pack away his cameras forever.
                 Can G-d heal these Two broken people? They need to work together to do a fashion shoot for Ivy’s step mom, who owns a bridal shop, but  first they need to trust G-d and discover His plan for their lives. Only G-d’s redeeming love can save them from their self imposed prisons.
         
                       I usually don’t like books located in the south, but found myself quite engrossed in the story. Ivy and Davis were a very realistic couple and their problems seemed to be real. This is the first book I have read by Katie Ganshert and I will be looking for more!



I was given this book by the author for review purposes, but the opinions are entirely my own.