Can I just say that Chautona Havig has a special gift? It seems like every book she writes has the funniest premise you could think of. Thirty Days Hath… is no exception. Adric’s friends have decided that it’s time for him to get married. Actually, he wants to get married at some point, too. But he just doesn’t have time to date and find the right girl. So they set up this scheme that seems like a cross between the bachelor and…I don’t know. It’s not like a sketchy scheme either. Twelve women each spend a month living in Adric’s house, with a chaperone, and basically auditioning for the role of Adric’s girl. And of course, he is really auditioning with them too.
Y’all, it’s been far too long, but I finally got a blog post up! Yesterday I posted my review of the Simple Faith Bible over at realworldbiblestudy.com. To be honest I didn’t think I was going to like this one as much as I did! Be sure to check it out and enter the giveaway! #simplefaithbible #biblegatewaypartner #bookreviews #bible #biblereading #devotionalbible #jimmycarter #freebible #giveaway #promosimple...
Not just rom-com. This book also hits some tough issues and these two pastors’ kids will tug on your heart. Read the review at realworldbiblestudy.com. #bookstagram #bookreviews #bookblogging #christianfiction #romanticcomedy #pastorskid with @celebratelit and @jessicakatewriting...
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Chautona Havig says
So glad you enjoyed and GOT the book. Yes, you do have to suspend disbelief for a bit, but that’s what made it fun for me.
Did you know I cut 45k words from the original file? EEEP!
That is too funny. It was long – my favorite kind but also my downfall! I should only start novellas at night.