Some would say that God will not put on a person more than they can bear, but Paige begs to differ because she is truly on the edge. One more unexpected and unpleasant occurrence and she'll be free falling. As if physical, mental, sexual, and spiritual abuse from her husband doesn't weigh heavily enough on her, Paige learns that her best friend and sister in Christ slept with her husband. Thank God for Norman, one of Paige's co-workers. He is there to catch her fall before she hits the ground. But will Norman be there when Paige receives news that may not only push her off the edge, but cause her to jump willingly?
In More Than I Can Bear, Paige must decide if she is going to allow herself to drown in the storms she finds herself in, or catch hold of the lifesaver God extends to her.
©2014 E. N. Joy (P)2016 E. N. Joy
This book had so much potential but between some corny lines and horrid narration it was a flop. The performer sounded like she was reading off a piece of paper no inflections in her voice and she didn't even attempt to make the characters sound different so sometimes you didn't know who she was portraying unless it was stated. Never again.
I really enjoy reading the diva series by e.n.joy. unfortunately the narration of the story or the narrator was monotone and hard to follow. I could have done better reading and expressing the emotion of the story.
Overall, the story was good. However, the main character was a bit more dramatic than I like. We all go through life challenges that bend us over but the whole idea of cursing God is incredibly foreign to me and was hard to listen to.
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