Title: ACT TWO
Author: Kimberly Stuart
Publisher: David C. Cook
Genre: Inspirational/women’s fiction
Sadie Maddox is a has-been in the opera world, though she doesn’t want to admit it. A New York diva, she is stunned and dismayed to learn that her CD sales are sagging, she has no performances lined up, and her agent has arranged for her to teach voice at a small college in rural Iowa. Needing the money, and hoping for a positive change, Sadie agrees to go.
But Sadie’s new colleagues are intimidated, her students aren’t impressed, and she has some close encounters with farm animals. Then Sadie meets Mac, a veterinarian, whom she has nothing in common with (after all, he’s a country music fan) and she’s counting the days until she can move back to New York. Is it possible that maybe her future is in Iowa?
ACT TWO is a fun novel with a high-maintenance heroine who is extremely well-developed. I enjoyed getting to know Sadie and how she reacted to leaving snowy Manhattan streets for the equally snowy fields of rural Iowa.
The faith message is expertly woven in, and the setting is excellently described. Sadie wasn’t loveable to me at first, but as I continued reading, she began to grow on me. ACT TWO is definitely not your run-of-the-mill chick lit. It is new and different, laugh-out loud funny in spots, and readers will enjoy this story. Some funny “after words” are included at the end of the book. $13.99. 241 pages.
Kimberly’s Website: http://www.kimberlystuart.com
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