Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl? by Julie L. Spencer

February 7, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl? by Julie L. SpencerWho Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl?
Author: Julie L. Spencer
Series: Love Letters #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 137
Date: February 6, 2019
Publisher: Indie

One elegant leading lady and twenty hot guys. What could possibly go wrong?

Michelle knew she wouldn’t meet her forever husband on a reality dating show. This was just for fun. You never know what might happen when surrounded by twenty hot guys, none of whom shared her values.

Running from his past, Ashton rides the waves to the pinnacle of his career as a professional surfer. He’s just arrogant enough to think he stands a chance with the elegant leading lady playing the part of bachelorette on the dating show, Love Letters.

Until he figures out she’s a Mormon.

Even before he makes the mistake of calling her out in front of the other guys he knows she’ll never choose him. Good girls don’t choose bad boys and there was no way he could hide his secrets from Michelle. Or could he?

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About Julie L. Spencer

Julie L. Spencer

Julie L. Spencer writes gritty clean fiction with snarky, flawed characters, and romantic twists and turns. She has over 30 publications, and the books just keep writing themselves. A scientist by day and moonlighting as an author, Julie is an indoor girl with very little desire to step away from her computer and loves her characters almost as much as she loves her kitten.


One response to “Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl? by Julie L. Spencer

  1. Janene Petersen

    Overall Rating: 4 stars
    Story Rating: 4 stars
    Narrator-Abigail Carson: 4 stars
    Review Posted on Audible: 2/18/20

    My thoughts on this book:

    • I have never read a dating show novel and that concept caught my interest right away and kept me engaged until the end of the book.

    • I liked that Michelle had 20 guys to choose from. But really it all boiled down to suave baseball player Victor and the not-perfect Mormon surfer Ashton.

    • This was a clean romance and I appreciated that.

    • There were some fun wit and humor in this story that made me laugh.

    • The descriptions of locations and emotions were well done, easy to visualize, and to feel. I felt like I was a part of the scenes.

    • This story does have some religious content, but it was not preachy. The religion involves Ashton living the moral precepts of his faith. It also mentions God’s forgiveness, when you mess up.

    • This was an enjoyable fun read and I recommend it.

    • The narrator had a pleasant voice.

    At my request, I was given a free copy of this audiobook from the author. I have voluntarily left my review and my opinions were my own.

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