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At the end of her best-selling memoir Mennonite in a Little Black Dress, Rhoda Janzen had reconnected with her family roots, though her future felt uncertain. When this overeducated professor starts dating the most unlikely of men-a weight-liftin', church-goin', truck-drivin' rocker named Mitch-she begins a surprising journey to faith and love.
Nothing says, "Let's get to know each other!" like lady problems on an epic scale, but Mitch vows to stay by her side. Convinced that his bedrock character has something to do with his Pentecostal church, Rhoda suits up for a brave new world of sparkler pom-poms and hand-clappin' hallelujahs.
Written with her trademark "uproarious, bawdy sense of humor" (Minneapolis Star-Tribune), Mennonite Meets Mr. Right is witty and moving, perfect for anyone who has taken an unexpected detour only to find that new roads lead to rich destinations.
©2012 Rhoda Janzen (P)2012 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Momma-k on 10-09-17

Nice follow up book

I loved this and it made me laugh and cry. I adore that the author read this book. The stories she shares are serious but she has a light hearted way of sharing parts of her life. I enjoy the flashbacks.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Deb Mechler on 01-13-15

A Refreshing Read

It's great to read another of Janzen ' s books after Little Black Dress. Humor, insight, and profound truth combine to put her in the category with Anne Lamott.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Jane M. on 04-12-18

Not as engaging as Little Black Dress

Janzen's previous memoir is a book I've re-read several times, so I was hopeful about this one. Unfortunately, it doesn't have the same strong narrative arc or the loveable characters - in describing her return to her Christian faith and cancer battle, J produces a book which is more like a self-help guide than story. I felt uneasy to discover that the born-again pentecostal she sent up so pointedly in the last book, is her Mr Right in this one. And, in the end, I missed the Janzen family, who were the stars of Little Black Dress.

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