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The book was a quick and easy read (which is great for me since I read on the go and only have about ten minutes a day to commit), with several real life, idenfiable characters and couples. The excitement of "what will happen next" starts as soon as the first couple shows up at Hannah and (estranged husband) Craig's home. It then heightens as some of the party guests get a little too into the libations and ignore a warning from Jenny (Hannah and Craig's daughter who calls from Indiana University) about an impending snow storm. The book pays special attention to the different elements and stages of relationships, from newly divroced, to newly dating and hoping to marry, to newly expecting with the most emphasis on the secret the host couple is trying to hide from their guests.
The characters aren't all lovable, but you'll find yourself comparing someone you know with them!
Broken Resolutions was a very enjoyable read and I look forward to what Shireman has to offer in the future!
The insight as to how Emily's faith sustained her seemed to be leading up to the healing forgiveness that was possible through Gods help to preserve Hannah & Craigs marriage. It does happen you know... It left the reader holding the bag for the wasted years of their lives and the upcoming hardship yet to happen for their daugbter and ruined the joy of your writing and humor at the end. Maybe a sequel could fix that and show your readers the possibilities of renewed love available through brokenness and forgiveness.
I read the one star review. Yes the writing could use some tighter editing here and there but I tend to read for plot and skip over the example that this person pointed out. I gave a five star review based purely on entertainment. There wasn't enough of those examples to bother me. YMMV.