Beyond I Do Review

My Thoughts:
I loved this story.  Jennifer Slattery's debut novel is a hit for this reviewer. A strong faith message, that portrayed the characters as normal people, not people gone off the deep end.  I was rooting for Ainsley to see the light about her relationship and upcoming marriage.
Some of the scenes in this story are over the top comical, but that is how life happens. A great story from a debut author. No head hopping or POV issues, I look forward to reading more from Jennifer Slattery.  4.5 stars from this reviewer.
This book was provided by the publisher and author for my honest review, no payment was received for this review.
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About the book:
Marriage . . . it’s more than a happily ever after. Eternally more. 

Ainsley Meadows, raised by a hedonist mother who cycles through jobs and relationships like wrapping paper on Christmas morning, falls into a predictable and safe relationship with Richard, a self-absorbed, socialite psychiatrist. But as Ainsley’s wedding nears, a battered woman and her child spark a long-forgotten dream, a hidden passion. One that threatens to change everything, including her fiancé. If she wants to embrace God’s best and find lasting love, this security-seeking bride must follow God with reckless abandon and realize that marriage goes Beyond I Do.

About the Author:
Jennifer Slattery is an avid reader who enjoys long, leisurely strolls with her husband; mall dates with her daughter; and chatting with her girlfriends over hot, flavored milk with a hint of coffee. She writes missional romance novels for New Hope Publishers, Christian living articles for for Crosswalk.com, and devotions for Internet Café Devotions. She also writes and edits for Christ to the World Ministries, an international ministry that broadcasts via radio waves in 32 countries. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her serving in her church, community, or home.
Connect with her online at her blog, on Facebook  and Twitter .

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