Miss Invisible

by | Dec 7, 2007 | Fiction Book Reviews | 0 comments

If you’ve ever asked what kind of love does God want for his kids, the answer is extra-large. In Miss Invisible by Laura Jensen Walker we meet the hilarious, insecure, and adorable Freddie, who believes that finding love is as possible as finding a 10 calorie Hershey bar. She’s witty, compassionate, and discovers that God always dreams ‘big’ for His kids.

This Chick-Lit leaves you laughing in delight, shaking your head in frustration, and finally cheering for the heroine as she learns the value of her identity in Christ and the suprising realization that true love doesn’t have a size limit…and may come speaking in a British accent (spoiler alert) 🙂

To learn more about the wonderfully funny and inspiring work of Laura Jensen Walker, visit her website at www.laurajensenwalker.com


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