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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Ladies man and thief, Craig Connery was finally released from incarceration after two years. He was an innocent man being punished for a crime he did not commit. He was looking forward to finding a woman for the evening. Fate had other plans for Craig. On his way home he came upon a fatal accident. The victim could have been his twin brother they looked so much alike. Craig wanted a new beginning and fate had offered him a second chance. He swaped identity with the dead man and opened up a whole new set of problems. Womanizer Craig took the identity of Father Jack Kempster, a priest. Craig, an atheist, was then forced to live the life of a priest.
Courtney J. Webb offers readers a hilarious plot and ingenious characters. Some might find the language and graphic scenes a bit much, but it was ballanced by slapstick comedy. Character development is Webb’s greatest talent. Webb did not skimp on the secondary characters, she developed them fully. I eagerly await her next book.