Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Book Review of Debra Ullrick's The Bride Wore Coveralls

Back Cover Blurb: Can Bitter Rivals Come To Love Each Other? Fighting deep prejudice against her femininity, her choice of vehicle, and even her heritage, Camara Cole is determined to win the mud-bog racing championship this year. Her biggest competition seems also to be her worst enemy.

Chase Lamar has been racing mud-boggers as long as Camara, and he grudgingly admits she's the best driver-mechanic he knows. Their rivalry has been long and bitter. But Chase is a new Christian. As he begins to change, he finds his relationship with Camara changing, too.

When Camara's vehicle is sabotaged, she naturally blames Chase, despite a growing attraction. Chase must prove his innocence, but evidence points his way. When the smoke clears and the truth is known, will each be able to extend forgiveness, maybe even love?

My Review:

The Bride Wore Coveralls is most definitely an Inspirational romance. The level of spirituality in this story is as equally refreshing as the amount of romance weaved in throughout the whole book. I loved that! There is no doubt that these two rivals will get together, so disbelief has nowhere to enter. The challenges they meet and the growing relationship between them carries Debra Ullrick's book right to the last page and what a unique setting and hobby she presents in this story. I learned things that I never knew existed before. So very cool!

With all that the young heroine and hero have the story lends itself to a fairytale romance, but make no mistake, this book has meaning and there is at least one lesson in it for each of us. For some us, like me, there are more, but most importantly, those lessons are delivered in an entertaining and identifiable way. Great story, Debra! Thanks for the read!

You can purchase, The Bride Wore Coveralls, by calling: (740) 922-7280, or by going to and downloading their order form.



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