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This story was well written and the characters were well developed.
While Jesus heals, this story shows that we must work at recovery (of any sort) and that faith is there to gives us legs to stand on, but we must still take each step.
I am not saying you have to be 37 to be an alcoholic, but Leah's age here just made her seem too unbelievable.
This is well written an edited. Part of my enjoyment of this book is due to my relating to how th husband treated her. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Andrea O'Donnell
I only read two chapters in this book and decided "it's not for me."Published 1 month ago by Donald C. Burgett
This book has a lot of truth in it. Amazing truth! This is a must read for anyone who is an addict or who loves an addict.Published 1 month ago by blossoms &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; blessings
A suburban housewife in recovery may not initially sound that interesting, however this read offers so much more. It is not a sappy or preachy lecture touting sobriety. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jodyellen57
The book covered the changes and growth that people go through in tough situations. It kept my attention and raised relationship questions.Published 2 months ago by books4me
Worth reading I suppose, but no real conclusion. Her problems with her husband are never really worked out.Published 2 months ago by m.ludo