This book faces the protagonist with the conflicts of true love and real life.
It is a novel about a newlywed couple that has a picture perfect relationship. It is clear that they are meant to be together, until one day when the protagonist, Ellen, has an encounter with "the one that got away" and she starts to question her marriage and wonder if this is the life she is meant to have.
The way that the protagonist, Ellen, was written made it seem as if the author had once experienced the trials that she is facing or if she watched a friend go through the same thing, seeing how it is hard to relate to a the situation if you have never been in a serious relationship of any sort.
I found this book easy to relate to, seeing how I am going to be married in October. It made me wonder what I would do in that very situation. It also made me appreciate the wonderful relationship I have with my husband-to-be.
Finally, this book did a wonderful job of capturing all aspects of a marriage - the simple joys and the bumps in the road.
Such a good read. I did not want it to end. I simply could not get enough!
by ImAllEars 9 months ago
Im a Christian and not married legally...But in God's eyes I am..Do you think its acceptable?If yes than thankyou we do to but are still getting married in the eyes of the law. If No my question is Who married adam and eve?
by Audrey Selig 6 years ago
If you are a planner, can you have a serious relationship or a marriage with a non-planner?One person wants to play it be ear and you like to plan everything ahead of time. Any ideas?
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
I love my son, sometimes I don't like who he seems to have become. Am I the only one? He's loud, bossy and unfriendly, someone I would never consider being friends with.I'm hoping this is only a stage, that he will outgrow it. Anyone?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Does love increase in a marriage, as time goes by ?
by Cristale Adams 5 years ago
Do you believe that Jesus was in a serious relationship with Mary Magdalene and they had a child?Why or why not?
by sassygrrl32 2 years ago
After yet another failed love relationship (we're still best friends) I've decided to opt out once and for all. Some say it's crazy but it's just a waste of time. If by chance I meet someone fine but I'm not looking and really want nothing more than friendship. To be honest I can find better things...
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