TABLE FOR TWO
By Grace Publishing
Rating: 4 Cups
Sandra is a restaurant critic for a local newspaper. She is afraid of losing the friendship of her newly married best friend, Jenny, and finds it hard to get along with her husband’s best friend, David. Something about him rubs her the wrong way.
David runs the local recreation center and is secretly in love with the uptight Sandra. He just has to figure out a way to get closer to her.
Two best friends-in-law try to find a way to get along with each other so that they will not be left out of their friends’ lives now that they are married. David also has deeper plans that include a long-term relationship with Sandra. The two are very different so this will take a lot of work.
This is a great love story full of funny situations. The two main characters are very different from each other. David is a bit of a free spirit and Sandra is very uptight. Their dates are very funny, especially the monster truck rally. The small town they live in seems a bit too gossipy, especially after the movie incident, but the people for the most part seem warm-hearted and genuinely concerned with each other’s welfare. David’s sister and Jenny and Mark play small but important roles in the story. I really enjoyed it.
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