Book Review–Searching for Spice by Megan DiMaria

I just finished reading this book last night and wanted to hurry up and review it so the rest of you can share in the fun! This is Megan DiMaria’s debut novel, but it is such an entertaining and enjoyable read that you will be amazed! I bet you will also join me in hoping that her next book is out soon.

Here’s the back cover blurb: “Linda Revere longs to have a sizzling affair…with her husband–a practical, no-nonsense community college science teacher. Unfortunately, life isn’t scripted, and nothing goes according to plan. From having a demanding boss and at times a frustrating job to helping her family and friends with their troubles, life seems to be preventing Linda from achieving her goal of an exciting and passionate marriage. Linda hopes God will answer her prayers to jazz up her marriage, but is she ready for what happens next?”

For all those married women (or those who someday want to be in that category) who enjoy a realistic and funny inside look at a Christian marriage, this is the book for you. I must warn you that once you meet Linda and her family, you will get so caught up in their day to day problems that you will stay up late like I did to finish it!

This book will be my giveaway book for the month of May which is very fitting because it will mark my 4oth anniversary on May 11. So be sure to post a comment after May 1st for a chance to win this book, or better yet, order or buy your copy now so you don’t have to wait a month! Leave a comment now for a chance at this month’s book. (read below for details.)

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  1. Thanks for spreading the word about “Searching for Spice,” Rose. I’m glad you enjoyed the book, and I appreciate your kind words.

    The next book, “Out of Her Hands,” is also about the Revere family, but focuses on my character’s relationship with her young-adult children. It releases in October.

    A prisoner of hope,

  2. The book sounds like a lot of fun, Rose! I think I can identify with the heroine. By the way, happpy birthday a little early–you young thing!

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