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The story is not bad; the premise is decent and the writing is fine, though not great.
This book also provides an excellent "real world" view of Natural Family Planning, showing both the challenges and the tremendous fruits it can produce in a marriage.
Ellen Gable's characters in "Emily's Hope" were well-developed, and the plot was very relatable, suspenseful, and highly engaging.
The characters drew me in from the beginning. While Katharine was not a sympathetic character, I found myself routing for her to reform. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Barbara Wood
Usually love Ellen Gable's books, but could not get into or even finish this one...Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This was an enjoyable and informative book. So much good information about sex in marriage and the relationship of the married couple. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lori A. Malone
As a non-Catholic, I must say this book was difficult for me. A Catholic reader would probably enjoy it more. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barbara J. Couch
Really good e-book. Ellen Gable is very talented. This story really made you pause and think which is a good thing.Published 13 months ago by Rene
It was a very good read. I couldn't put it down though I don't necessarily agree w the believes of the characters. Can be quite sad/depressing at times.Published 18 months ago by Irina Esterlis
Love the reality that this book brings to the readers. A quick and heart touching read. Really enjoyed the book.Published 19 months ago by J. Wilson
I am not usually one to go back and write a review, but I felt that I should this time. Rarely do I put down a book before I reach the end, but this was one of those books I just... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jeremy Huff
This book wasn't for me. Going back and forth between the past and the present was fine. I love books that discuss prayer, God, living a life for the Lord, but this one didn't do... Read morePublished on August 17, 2012 by Heather Pullins