Picture Perfect

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  • Title: Picture Perfect
  • Author: Beverly King
  • ISBN: 9781577347910
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-08-17T01:54:32+00:00


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    551 thoughts on “Picture Perfect

    • Jillian Taylor, professional model, has pretty much hit the end, career wise, when she learns that her father has passed away. It's even harder to take is the fact the family's farm will be auctioned off following the funeral to cover her fathers debt. Quail Creek residents have very strong opinions of Jillian, they're mostly all negative. Due to the fact that some of them blame her for her fathers illness because she wasn't ever there to care for him or be apart of his life. The LDS Bishop was [...]


    • Jullian desired modeling from and early age and winning a trip to NY helped to have the start of a career that she wanted. At 16, it was hard to convince the parents of an only child to give in to her, but they did. She was on the fast lane and at first the teachings of her parents held, but after her mother died she began to slip and let others influence her decisions. She comes home for her father's funeral to the scorn of the small Idaho town she's from for not helping her father with health [...]


    • it was good for Mormon fiction, but the story line dragged on and the ending abrupt. it needs a sequel where she finishes getting her life in order. do they get married civilly right away, or wait for her to be ready for the temple? where does she live in the interim? she can't possibly stay in his house when they're engaged and not married if she's working toward temple readiness. one solution, though not suggested is that she takes the modeling job and builds her faith out in the world, all th [...]


    • Yeah I read a Christmas book in the middle of summer. I was trying to make myself feel a little cooler?? I really liked this book. I liked how Jillian Taylor lost everything, her job, friends, her testimony,home, everything. Then to come back and work hard to get *everything* back. She went from feeling alone, to feeling loved; gained her testimony in God and The Book of Mormon back. This is a very tender romantic fiction. It has love in various degrees. Everything to superficial love to the rea [...]


    • Jillian Taylor, professional model, has pretty much hit rock bottom--destitute, career over, when she learns that her father has passed away. Even harder to take is the fact the family's farm will be auctioned off following the funeral to cover the debts owed. Quail Creek residents have very strong opinions of Jillian--all negative. The LDS Bishop will be inspired and she'll be hired to care for Emma Gillette whose frail body compares nothing to her vibrant spirit. She unconditionally loves Jill [...]


    • A quick little "relationship fiction" read. It was a bit hard to read about loosing a parent, since I so recently lost my mother. But, I guess my friends keep recommending these to me to help me through my grief and so I'm thankfully reading them. All of the book had a good flow until the end. The ending was completely stilted and awkward. It just was not a good ending. This book is not a classic by any means and will not be read again, but it was good entertainment.


    • This book has been on my to read pile for several years and I had only read one chapter and put it down thinking it was going to be too stupid. So I was amazed how much I ended up enjoying it once I got over the fact it was set in Idaho. Emma was such an enjoyable old lady I could not help loving her! Nice Christmas story to read.


    • Even tho' I thought this book was drug out a little too long , I enjoyed reading it especially as it held my attention. Its the story of a girl who at a young age won a beauty contest and left home to become a model. Its about the life she chose for herself and the consequences that resulted. Good messages and good reading


    • Love this book!! I FINALLY finished. I have read this tunz in the past, but haven't read it for about ten years- so it was fun to read again!!


    • One of my favorites. It's clean and such a cute story of love and becoming humble enough to find the life you've been dreaming of.





    • A cute, predictable, LDS story about a former model who hits rock bottom and her journey to find her true self and love.




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