I loved the characters in this book - all so different but the three 'girls' had a great relationship. They were friends from school and also set up a business together which was successful. Each of the three characters had a different role to play using their individual strengths - a marriage proposal agency! I loved the total honesty they had with each other and not one iota of back-stabbing or jealousy......... Tash happily single. Millie with a boyfriend and Laney married. All was going well until one day a stunning young female walks in and wants to enlist their agency to help set up the perfect marriage proposal for her to her boyfriend - who had the same name as Laney's husband. I will leave the rest to the reader but I loved this book - funny, deep and meaningful and showing the benefits of really strong honest friendships. Extremely well written and entertaining from start to finish.
I have discovered a fabulous author with GREAT stories. This is my second Shari Low book and I am hooked. What a storyline. Really unusual and given I have read hundreds of kindle books I don't often say that. They usually are all the same, nothing new. This book however was so good. Proposal Planners, awesome idea. Hilarious dialogue at times. Three lead ladies who couldn't be any different from each other and a snake of a husband who gets what he deserves. Loved it!
'The Moment of Truth' by Shari Low was a very enjoyable, light, yet poignant read. The premise was catchy and authentic and the writing was clever, funny and touching. The solid storyline held my interest from the start to the finish. It took around a day to read, on and off, but it didn't seem long, at all, because of the entertainment value. Even right towards the end, I wasn't sure where the author was taking me, but the conclusion/resolution was satisfying. The three female MCs were appealing, relatable and strong and I loved how they were each closely connected and their tight friendship was interwoven beautifully throughout the book. Sometimes, the multi POVs switched around from various characters from time to time and that was a bit distracting, but overall 'The Moment of Truth' was a worthwhile narrative and I'd recommend it.