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This entertaining collection of stories revolves around the adventures of Sam and Vivian Tucker, a blissfully unorthodox Christian couple whose quick thinking, devotion to each other and unconventional approach to life in general and marriage in particular draw them time and again into the worlds of the troubled individuals who cross their path. The first installment is sure to stir controversy, shedding new light on the biblical notion of “making sport” with one’s spouse (as in the case of Isaac and Rebecca),.
It becomes less of a shock when we consider that we all role play to some extent, and that biker-babes in leather are no less scriptural than the warring knights-in-shining-armor or brooding Rochesters and Darcies who populate our romantic fantasies and influence our own antics. Regardless of the extent to which we as Christians indulge our secret fantasies, statistics suggest that our approach to them have some bearing on the dashed expectations, hurt feelings, frustration, boredom and infidelity that plague many relationships. So do the other issues dealt with in the other stories in this collection, which will resonate with anyone who has ever had to work hard at a relationship. That being the case, Fifty Shades of Faithful should be required reading not only for married couples, but for anyone remotely contemplating marriage, preferably while it’s still possible for them to part ways without breaking any vows, hearts or lives.
This would be a riot of a T.V. series, and easily adaptable to a Christian or crossover audience. And, for readers who might find themselves longing for a Sam and Vivian Tucker to come sweeping into their lives, they’re only a page turn away: Read Fifty Shades of Faithful! Then hold your breath for Book 2.
For honesty, insight and daring in starting conversations that too few Christians have been willing to, and for delivering them in a digestible and entertaining format, I give Fifty Shades of Faithful 5 stars.