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This story was well written and the characters were well developed.
Readers will ache with Leah's losses and the abuse she faced daily, and as she overcomes, will face their own truths about addiction, abuse, loss, and pain.
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 was a good book. I thought it was very informative as well as entertaining. It deals with an issue that many face daily in one form or another. I recommend it!Published 15 days ago by Freida Crabtree
Written from a female point of view with an underriding
theme of trusting God . Book seemed to at first to end too
abrubtely but in retrospect all had been said that... Read more
Having family members that are alcoholics, I could relate to this book. Which all turned out so well. Still a good readPublished 1 month ago by Debbie Martin
This book kind of snuck up on me because I was unsure about it as I went along. Knowing more than I'd like about alcoholism due to family history, the main storyline had me... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charise Olson
It began as a sad story of much unhappiness for both the husband & wife. But through the love of a friend ,the wife got the help she needed to find happiness and comfort for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Henry
I loved the story as an adult child of an alcoholic father but I was amazed at the ending of this book!Published 3 months ago by Sandra Stevens
excellent book - great writing - loved "seeing" the transformation of Leah from before and during rehab to after..... LOVED the kindness & support of her BFF Molly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shelly
We are all flawed beings. We just don't have the same flaws, but attitudes about them make us who we are. Read morePublished 4 months ago by amcReader