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Cupid on Trial

What We Learn About Love When Loving Gets Tough
Narrated by: Saoirse Wise
Length: 7 hrs
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If you’ve ever fallen in love, struggled with love, or faltered in love, Cupid on Trial will speak to your heart and change the way you feel about yourself and someone you love. You will laugh, cry, scratch your head, even tremble as you eavesdrop in the bedrooms, kitchens, dance clubs, and coffee shops of Lovejoy, a fictional city where real couples are struggling with love in turbulence, relationships pushed to the brink, and situations they never saw coming. Like us, they are learning to love on the job and without an instruction manual. 

You will love some of these couples; they are heroes. Others you will not like at all. Love or hate, you will be educated and come away with a deeper understanding of what it means to love and be loved, including what it means to love yourself. 

Cupid on Trial is a unique audiobook of inspiration, insight, and romance, authored in simple story form and easy to understand. One listen and you will never look at love the same way again. Dr. Brian Jory has been researching relationships, teaching about intimacy, and counseling couples for years. He created Cupid on Trial with the belief that it is never too early or too late for couples who love one another to plan a happy ending.

©2018 Brian Jory (P)2018 Brian Jory

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Self Reflect on Your Love-Smarts

Accounts of different relatable issues in relationships.
All characters, even the cheaters, are relatable and makes you self reflect on
what's Right, what's Wrong, and what's not good but understandable within your own love life.

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Cupid on Trial: What We Learn about Love when Loving Gets Tough seems to defy genre. It’s an interconnected book of short stories, based on real experiences, all dealing with some aspect of relationship issues. It’s self-help, creative non-fiction, and I found it compelling, intriguing, enlightening, and helpful. The characters are very interesting. In the fictional town of Lovejoy the characters we meet deal with health problems, infidelity, infertility, trauma, and have to figure out ways to keep going and keep it together – like we all do. I like that the characters continue beyond their own stories. They tell more about their own story, and they interact with other characters as the book continues, making it seem more like real people in real life dealing with real problems. I feel like I know these people, and I can learn from their problems and through their stories learn more about myself. Listening to the audible book really makes the stories come alive. It’s maybe like a radio drama. I’ve read the book and also listened to it now, and this audio version adds a wonderful dimension. I love hearing the characters’ voices. I feel like I’m there with them experiencing their lives.

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  • Chris
  • 01-15-19

Great book.

Thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are relatable and their stories are expertly woven together. You will feel joy, sadness, anger, frustration and sympathy. Beautifully read by Saoirse as well.

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