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    1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      September 27, 2008
      Lisa Ross
      WOW! I loved this book from start to finish. I would read on the bus going to work and laugh out loud people would look at me like I was crazy. Buy the book you will love it and I'm about to order another one of Ms. Leigh's books.
    2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      September 22, 2008
      Krystal Manwaring
      I enjoyed this book. I like the way Tamara Leigh writes. She gives a real picture of Christians trying to do the right thing, and our need of forgiveness and grace. I enjoyed Maizy's search to figure out what Christianity was and what it meant to be a Christian.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      September 16, 2008
      Tamara Leigh creates characters that I love! In her latest novel, Faking Grace, Maizy Grace begins as an insecure, immature people-pleaser who puts too much stock in what others think of her. When she re-creates herself in order to get a job with a Christian publisher, she quickly realizes that faking her faith is much more difficult than she realized it would be!Maizy Grace also discovers that real faith in Christ, real grace, mercy and forgiveness truly exists among believers. She also discovers that the seed of faith and belief in Christ that was planted in her heart as a teen has begun to grow and blossom despite her false front. As Maizy Grace begins to learn more about Gods word and His people, she comes to realize that she too is precious in Gods sight and that His mercy, grace and forgiveness extend to her as well. But will Gods grace and mercy bear her up as she faces the deception and hurt she has caused in the lives of others? Will her co-workers extend to her the forgiveness and grace that they rely on to face their own personal trials? You really must read Faking Grace to find out! I promise, you will come to love Maizy, her grandmother, her dog, Woofer and many others as you make your way through the story. When you reach the final page, you will PURR with satisfaction!
    4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      September 9, 2008
      Patricia Chadwick
      I love reading author Tamara Leigh. Her latest book, Faking Grace is no exception. It is a very humorous book, but it has a deeper message of pursuing authentic faith that today's culture needs to hear. A real page-turner, this book kept me interested from the very first page.
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