Six years later, Maura is called back to Ohio for the reading of a will. An unusual circumstance has Maura moving back to Ohio, back into the parsonage with Nick, even though their relationship hasn't been restored.
This was a sweet book that told the story of what it took to break a marriage apart and the struggle to restore and even improve upon it.
I like that it considered issues that were specific to a ministry marriage. Some of the issues Nick and Maura deal with are ones that could come about in almost any marriage, but other issues were specifically because Nick was a pastor.
I really enjoyed the story. It was realistic, and they tried to rely on God to help them through, although sometimes it took them a while to come around.
The book ended with several thoughtful questions for the reader to answer rather than just putting away the book without taking a few moments to consider its implications.
I read the Kindle version, which had a few formatting issues, but they were minor, and only mildly distracting.
If you're looking for an easy read that makes you feel good at the end, this might be a good choice for you.
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