This book is about a woman that is questioning her marriage. She spends time alone with another man from her past. This is misleading in that because she doesn't fall to the temptation it's not in the Godly person's best interest to play with fire. When God makes a way of escape we have to be willing for God's ways. Being a faithful wife is not only not sleeping with other men but also not giving your husband reason to question your faithfulness. I hope anyone reading this doesn't get the idea that if we place ourselves in compromising situations that God will help us if we pray. There are certain places it's better not to go. She wanted to be tempted. She wanted to fall. This book is a fairytale. Good narrator. Not up to Karen's typical inspirational form.
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Like all Karen Kingsbury books, I was unable to put it down (turn it off).
Fabulous book. Loved the narration of Stina Nielson. Karen Kingsbury is a fantastic author.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
love the characters at times a little too true to life. I would recommend this book to a friend.
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