The lengths that Sylvia goes to in order to rekindle the romance with Wilson is endearing. The plot, while charming, enjoyable and a page-turner, doesn’t have anything to do with the title. With that being said, a thread of faith and trust in God is woven throughout this book.

With her 10th wedding anniversary approaching, Sylvia craves the love and desire that she and her husband Wilson had when they first married. With the help of her friends she decides to try a makeover and sets out to be more like the wife that the Bible describes in Proverbs 31. Wilson is completely confused by his wife’s bizarre behavior. The more Sylvia keeps up with her challenge, the more things seem to spiral out of control. Is it too little too late for the two of them? (BARBOUR, Oct., 320 pp, $12.99)
Reviewed by: 
Angie Howatt