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Left at the Altar: My Story of Hope and Healing for Every Woman Who Has Felt the Heartbreak of Rejection Paperback – February 16, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
Kimberley suffered a shattering blow to her sense of self, as she tells her story in "Left at the Altar."
It left her vulnerable, like going through a dark tunnel.
One of the fascinating parts is just when you think she is almost at the end of that tunnel, she is hit with another blow.
But, she made it through. Courageous journey. I couldn't
put it down. And neither could my husband.
It is so encouraging to read about another sister in Christ falling in love with the Lord, and I pray this book shows many women the satisfaction of being intimate and romanced by the creator of the universe.
I am in college and it seems everyone around me is either getting engaged or talking about getting engaged and this book puts marriage and finding your mate back into perspective. A great read for college girls!
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over twenty five years, I welcome this addition to my resource library. The author's candid and insightful voice will bring hope to many who share her journey and who find direction from her experience.
It was an exceptional good read.
Ann Carol Daniel, LMFT, LPC
This is a story that tells of one woman's ultimate nightmare. At first its a riveting story and leads into the details of rejection and overcoming rejection in general, not just when you are "Left at the Altar". It was a quick read but I found myself wanting to know more personal details and story fashion. It quickly became a self-help type book, which I didn't expect at all. It was a good book just not what I was expecting at all. I think its a great read for someone who was just rejected in some manner but definitely not one for everyone.
*** 3 STARS***
A great oneliner I got from the book itself: "God's timing is almost never our timing, but its always perfect."
Think about that.
Kimberly, I'm so sorry you had to live through this horrible experience but I'm really blessed that you took the time to write this book for the rest of us who have also lived through rejection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent and realistic book for anyone who's been through a divorce, breakup or just plain old rejection. I loved it and it helped me.Published 11 months ago by Renee Hermosillo
Sooner or later we will all feel the pain of rejection. It hurts, but as the author relates, there is hope and healing. Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by Frieda S. Dixon
TV personality, Kimberley Kennedy, went from having it all to having nothing at all in just a few short minutes. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Lisa McGeen
This book was a fun, heartfelt read. I enjoyed it and it was enlightening. It's hard to accept rejection in any form. Read morePublished on November 14, 2011 by michelle
As a woman who is almost forty and has not been married or in a serious relationship with a man before, Left at the Altar did not seem like a book I could get anything out of. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Suzanne Waltner
Not only did the author NOT go into any logical or in depth research regarding the leaving-at-the-altar syndrome, she missed her once chance at legitimate journalism when she... Read morePublished on September 6, 2011 by wallywoobird
What would you do if your fiancé suddenly tells you he is not in love with you in the first place and that he just could not go through with the wedding that would happen... Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by nancycudis
Kimberly takes lessons she learned through this life changing experience she went through and shows how and when she should have put God in the drivers seat of her life. Read morePublished on March 19, 2011 by SpunkyDiva