Sorry for the late posting! I just got this book today and had to rush to read it!
After reading some other reviews I had an idea of what to expect going into this book but it still was quite an interesting read!
The twist of having most of the book be the imaginary story of the main character who was in a coma was extremely unique. It sounds very strange but it actually worked to make a very enjoyable book.
It was fun to pick out which parts of the coma world were influenced by what was going on around Hope.
The characters were all quite fun and Hope's mom especially cracked me up!
All in all it was a great read and these authors really know how to make a unique plot work!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
She is married to Sean, a musician and worship leader, and has two children. They reside in Oklahoma, where Rene writes full time and enjoys instructing in college classrooms and writers conferences.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Hope disappears alone on what was supposed to be the couple's month long honeymoon. Upon returning she learns of her funeral -- everyone in her life concluded Hope must have killed herself after being jilted. Needing a fresh start more than ever, she heads for the Big Apple only to discover it's not that easy to rent a place when you've been declared dead.
Taking shelter at the YWCA, Hope soon lands a job at a Christian inspirational greeting card company as an assistant to Jake, a guy who shut down his organization's humor department. She has lost her faith in love; he needs to find something or someone that will make him laugh.
Is there anything in the cards for these two? Find out in the truly original Greetings from the Flipside by authors Rene Gutteridge (Boo) and Cheryl McKay (screenplay for The Ultimate Gift).
If you would like to read the first chapter of >Greetings from the Flipside, go HERE.