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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
You Had Me At Good-bye by Tracey Bateman is a Christian Romance that teaches an important lesson: trust God.
What do you do when someone steals your job and your heart? You write a book!
Dancy loved her job. She worked hard and gave the publishing company her best. When the company decides to downsize the fiction department and place more emphasis on the nonfiction department, Dancy loses her job. She blames handsome Jack Quinn for her state of unemployment.
You Had Me At Good-bye is a story of developing a relationship with God. Like most people Dancy, does not find it easy to trust God. Sometimes you have to tear down to rebuild. The supporting characters in this tale make the book special. Nick is a delightful character. Most of the time he comes across as grumpy, but he truly listens to Dancy. He encourages her to read her Bible and to trust God. Brandon is a troubled teen. His siblings did not know of his existence until he was seventeen. It is refreshing to see Kale and Dancy reach out to him, forging a relationship. Dancy is a fascinating character. Her flaws make her endearing. You Had Me At Good-bye is book two in the drama queen series. I could not put this book down. The writing is exquisite. This is the first book I have read by Tracey Bateman, but it will not be the last!