What if you took advice from a 70 year old magazine article to find a husband in the her and now? That's what happens in Husband Auditions by Angela Ruth Strong.

In this Contemporary Christian Fiction Novel Meri is dismayed to realize she is the last in her Christian friend group left single. To make matter worse her recently wed friend gifts her an article from a magazine written in the 1950's that lists all kinds of outdated ways to snag a husband.

Meri is appalled to think of catching a husband through such archaic means. Meanwhile her brother's roommate Kai, a budding videographer, sees an opportunity to create something viral. Kair talks Meri into helping him out by trying some of these quirky ideas on their new video channel Meri Me.

Husband Auditions by Angela Ruth Strong

What follows is a bunch of funny interactions and a wake up call for some.

Angela's characters are funny and make you think of people you know that are just like them. Reading from the perspective of both Kai and Meri can get a little confusing at times but it is interesting to see how each perceives the situation.

This is my first time reading a book by author Angela Ruth Strong and I am enjoying this novel (I'm in the middle of it). Husband Auditions is pretty funny. Somethings I really like are the originality of the premise. The quirkiness of the characters and how I can relate to having friends or family like each one.

If you like Contemporary Christian Romance fiction with a comedic twist I think you will enjoy Husband Auditions by Angela Ruth Strong.

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About the Author

Angela Ruth Strong is an expert on Write That Books, blogs on inspyromance.comand How to Write a Novel, and is the founder of IDAhope Writers. She is the author of the Resort to Love series and the CafFUNated mysteries. Angela lives in Meridian, Idaho, and can be found online at angelaruthstrong.com.

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