Altar Call

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Harvest House Publishers, 2006 - Fiction - 335 pages
5 Reviews
In this fun and clever sequel to "Hip to Be Square, "heroine Mari Hamilton is enjoying her satisfying work, an eight?month relationship to her perfect Beau, and the role of attentive bridesmaid as her friend Sadie plans the wedding of the year. But as Sadie steps closer to the altar, her single friends?Mari, Caitlin, and Angelica?must face their emotions about tying the knot.

"Altar Call "is an engaging and entertaining look at how a wedding...even someone else?s...can turn rational women into irrational creatures. And how sometimes a woman's path is" "about finding Mr. Right?and sometimes it is about having enough faith to do the right thing.

  

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User Review  - smilingsally - LibraryThing

I had not read the first book of this series, Hip to Be Square, but that did not hinder me from jumping into this chick-lit. I particularly enjoyed the snappy dialogue and the way the author played ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nicole Mortimer - Goodreads

took forever to finish as it was a boring and forgettable read. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Hope Lyda has a heart for inviting people to experience the still and quiet voice of God in their lives. She has worked in publishing for more than 15 years and is the author of numerous popular books, including One-Minute Prayers for Women and more than a dozen other titles in the One-Minute Prayers series (more than 850,000 copies sold), along with Prayers for My Dear Friend, One Minute with God, and In a Still and Quiet Place.

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