New York Times best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, the “queen of inspirational fiction” (Time), is acclaimed for her poignant, uplifting novels. Once the perfect couple, John and Abby have drifted apart. Now—after 21 years of love, loss, and laughter—they’ve chosen divorce. When they gather their three children to break the news, their daughter joyfully announces her engagement. Determined not to ruin her happiness, Abby and John put their plans on hold. Yet one question lingers: Is it possible to rekindle a love that’s grown cold?
- A closer walk.
At times I was frustrated with the repeated wrong choices being made but over all it was very good. It made me reevaluate my own life and how little sins take you away from a closer walk with God. I do recommend this book.
- Not creatively written or narrated
If you skip thru the different chapters, you'll be in the same place in the story John and Abby are getting a divorce and they're waiting for just the right time to tell the kids. It's grueling to listen to. The narrator sounded the same whether she was reading a girl or boy part and she sounded like an older lady so I had a hard time picturing this girl with kids still in grade school.