• Title: The Perfect Proposal
  • Author: Regina Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781936127030
  • Page: 146
  • Format: None
  • The Perfect Proposal Never in her wildest dreams did Lindsay Richardson imagine that her life would shift from that of a quiet elementary school teacher to being the assistant to Dean Singleton Copley one of the nation s
    Never in her wildest dreams did Lindsay Richardson imagine that her life would shift from that of a quiet elementary school teacher to being the assistant to Dean Singleton Copley, one of the nation s most dynamic business leaders in the high powered corporate world Although Lindsay desperately needs this new job, she is mourning the loss of her father and facing the unexNever in her wildest dreams did Lindsay Richardson imagine that her life would shift from that of a quiet elementary school teacher to being the assistant to Dean Singleton Copley, one of the nation s most dynamic business leaders in the high powered corporate world Although Lindsay desperately needs this new job, she is mourning the loss of her father and facing the unexpected twists her life has taken This time in her life is a test of her faith, her courage and her strength Is the job the best for her family Lindsay knows sometimes God s plan for our life takes us through doors we didn t expect to traverse Her struggles extend to not knowing what God expects from her regarding Dean Singleton Copley, the dashing bachelor, a man so different from her on the surface, and scarred from instances in his past Only faith can give Lindsay the strength to deal with the many challenges of her new position, all her personal crises and the turmoil in her family life Deciphering the path God wants her to take is the greater challenge, yet she wonders if Dean Singleton Copley is destined to become than an employer to her.

    One Reply to “The Perfect Proposal”

    1. 4.5 starsOne must pay attention to a book's genre. I have read comments or reviews in which people complain about a book's content, when the book's description informed them of the book's theme very clearly. I am a Christian and this book has Biblical verses, testimony, faith and counseling throughout.It is also a book of romantic connections despite class differences, much as in Pride and Prejudice. Lindsay Richardson is hired as an administrative assistance by Mr. Copley, who is an old friend [...]

    2. This novel by Regina Andrews is a wonderful and heart-felt story about Lindsay Richardson and her struggle with caring for her mother who has Alzheimer's and Lindsay trying to hold a job too. Her and her sister, Meg, try to take care of their mother at home. Lindsay has taken a job at Copley Industries. She meets her boss, Dean, and the ball gets rolling in the romance department. Numerous incidents happen to bring them closer.Dean's family background, personality clashes, supportive friends, an [...]

    3. I enjoyed this story for its depth and genuine feel. Andrews’ writing style is easy to read and the plot moves along nicely. It was a type of story that I felt so invested in that I found myself always anxious to return to reading it. The romance is warm and enchanting. Lindsay Richardson’s faith and upbeat attitude encourages her boss, Dean Copley to let go of his guilt about his brother’s death. She does this by getting wealthy Dean involved with people and children not having the same e [...]

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