Desert Gifts

Author:  Sally John
Publisher:  Tyndale House Publishers
Pages: 388
Genre: Christian Fiction
Source:  I purchased it.

Goodreads:    What does a nationally known marriage expert do when her own marriage falls apart? Just as Jillian Galloway sets out for a publicity tour to promote her new book, her husband drops a bombshell: He wants a divorce. Jill flees to her parents’ home in the California desert, wondering whether everything she’s built her career on–indeed, everything she’s built her life around–is a sham. Navigating this “side road” of life is an uphill climb that leads to new understandings about herself, her marriage, and her relationship with the One who created marriage.

Ope’s Opinion:   It started out good.  It caught my attention at the beginning.  I got bored real fast.  It just moved too slow.   I thought there was too much time wasted talking about where Jill was and how she couldn’t figure out how to deal with Jack wanting a divorce.  I felt like I read the same things over and over again in each chapter.
                             There is a third book, I am not even going to attempt it.

Rating:  Two chairs – I may have on friend who might like this book.

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