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by Susan May Warren

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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n Warren's fun sequel to Everything's Coming Up Josey, the newly married Chase and Josey suffer their fair share of trials. Josey's reaction to many of the problems seems more slapstick than realistic in most cases, which detracts from the story. However, the Moscow setting and exploration of the country are interesting and make the time spent reading it worthwhile.

Josey and Chase had a
fantastic wedding, but now she can't figure out where they fit in small-town Minnesota. Never one to be domestic, Josey is harboring fantasies of owning a home and raising a family. Then Chase gets a job in Moscow, and
who is Josey to stand in the way? Except that she's now pregnant and can't seem to figure out a way to tell Chase. Can she trust God to work
out the details? (STEEPLE HILL CAFe, Dec.,
352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: Steeple Hill Cafe

Published: December 2007

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