Theyd planned to celebrate. Instead, theyre fighting. Not about the gifts they gotthose are just added proof of whats become apparent with time: how little each person understands the other. How could this perfect match turn out so wrong?
As a furious Heather unloads her marital woes to her mother, a bewildered and resentful Kurt heads for the racquetball court to vent his frustration. Now the real issue emerges: Kurt is a man and Heather is a woman. How can two people wired so differently ever hope to become one flesh?
Or could the strength of their union lie in their very differences?
Best-selling authors Bill Myers and Angela Hunt spin a warm, humorous, and insightful tale of young matrimony. From both a mans and a womans point of view, here is the rose of marital bliss, complete with thorns. As Heather and Kurt individually revisit the befores and afters of their wedding, they strengthen their commitment and begin to redefine their love in wiser, less selfish terms.
Their awakening to the realities of marriage and their coming to terms with each others uniqueness are the story of every husband and wife. Lovingly crafted, Then Comes Marriage is a delightful novella filled with fond memories for seasoned couples, and wisdom and encouragement for newlyweds.
There's comedy in this book but not enough romance. There are good parts in it. It is more like a christian book. Overall it is an enjoyable read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sindi
good wholesome christian values book, pleastant reading and understanding items from the bible stand, in everyday life, i would difently buy in a paperbacck to add to my... Read morePublished 16 months ago by pamelia ramos
Written from both the man's and the woman's point of view so it had a good perspective and it was written in an entertaining way.Published 20 months ago by sondrakmatias
I have always loved Angela Hunt's books and again she did not disappoint me. Get it, you will enjoy it.Published 21 months ago by Betty D
This book should not be listed as a romance. There was no romance that I could see. Also, all of the religious in your face connotations made this book not relateable.Published on April 28, 2012 by lrw
Seriously, don't bother reading this book. It was completely unrealistic and there is nothing likeable about the two main characters who have a disagreement. Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by Quaziphoto007