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“You make the most unique salads. Heavens, Betsy, you should go into the business.” And that’s how it all started. Elizabeth Wysinotski, better known as Elisabeth Whatzit, is having a bad day. The tomato is mushy and she is out of extra virgin olive oil. The telephone is ringing non-stop and she is fast approaching the extent of her deadline to successfully deliver some delectable homemade concoctions to her client/friend’s house on time for another soiree. This should be a simple execution. Deliver, in, out.
But those best laid plans come to an abrupt halt when Betsy comes face-to-face with the most gorgeous set of blue eyes she has ever encountered. Mr. Crayon Blue Eyes looks more delicious than anything personal chef Betsy could ever throw together. When they meet again, days later at another event, Betsy’s suspicions ignite. After two marriages and one child, she isn’t ready to take the plunge again. But what if this is God pushing her in an unexpected direction? All the signs seem to be steering her toward this strange direction.
Butterfly Dreams: Love is a gift at any age. Isn't it? by Bonnie Engstrom is a fun and funny story with just the right amount of scripture scattered throughout the delightful dialogue. Engstrom has a gift for knowing just how far to string the reader along before landing an explosive conclusion. The engineering of narration and plot combine with appropriately placed scripture to produce an enjoyable story for all readers, Christian or not. Make certain to add this to your summer reading list!