Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Calm, Cool, and Adjusted

This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is posting about Calm, Cool, and Adjusted by Kristin Billerbeck

Win a copy of Kristin's latest book!
Leave a comment and tell me your favorite way to relax.
The most creative one wins!


Kristin Billerbeck was born in Redwood City, California. She went to San Jose State University and majored in Advertising, then worked at the Fairmont Hotel in PR, a small ad agency as an account exec, and then,
she was thrust into the exciting world of shopping mall marketing. She got married, had four kids, and started writing romance novels until she found her passion: Chick Lit.


Calm, Cool, and Adjusted is the third book in the Spa Girls Novels.

Billerbeck did a great job with the characterization of Poppy, a quirky Christian chiropractor who is a health nut. I'm talking real NUT. She is so obsessed with health that she forgets about living. When she finally realizes that she is over the edge obsessed, she doesn't know how to stop herself.

Best friends since Johnny Depp wore scissors for hands, "The Spa Girls" live very separate lives, but stay in touch with routine visits to California's Spa Del Mar.

The third novel in the Spa Girls Series focuses on Silicon Valley chiropractor Poppy Clayton, who is as calm, cool and adjusted as they come. Or is she? Known for her bad fashion sense, a love for all things natural and the inability to get a second date, Poppy is beginning to wonder if she might be misaligned herself. Her route to self discovery will be an unnatural one - a plastic surgeon, a dilapidated house in Santa Cruz, a flirtatious client, and a blind date from the dark side.

It's all enough to send a girl - and her gal pals - running for the comfort zone of their spa.

BIG FAT JUICY DETAIL: The winner of Scoop is Connie!

Happy Thanksgiving!!!


Connie said...

Thanks so much Dineen! You Rock :D Happy thanksgiving!

Heather Diane Tipton said...

I want the book!... um, unless I have it...I can't remember what I have. sigh.

Anonymous said...

I would love this one, too! I KNOW I don't have it on my shelves. LOL! I've been trying to win it online. Here's hoping.....

Good luck,

Anonymous said...

Alright, I just read the part about telling our favorite way to relax. Well, for me relaxation needs three things: chocolate, coffee and a good book. Not very creative, I know. Of course I love a good massage or bubble bath, too. But one sure fire way to make that stress drain away....go for a late night drive. I don't know what it is about riding in a car, but get out on the open road (husband driving; me in passenger seat) and my mind goes blank and a wonderful numbing sensation takes over. Within minutes my seat is tipped back, I'm covered in every spare coat and sweater, my eyes close, then bliss! Driving in a car puts me to sleep faster than anything else. :-) Not so good when I need to do the driving. LOL!

Bones melting :-),