Sarai book review by Jill Eileen Smith

The love story between Abram and Sarai as biblically portrayed is written with love and passion from the author Jill Eileen Smith. A story of a young couples beginning and the wishes and desires of one woman to marry her sweetheart and raise a family. As we all know Life sometimes does not come as we wish, the story of Sarai and Abram is no different. Although written generations ago, the personality and desires of the couple are not far from the desire of couples today.

A marriage built on trust, love, and raising a family sometimes has turns and twists. Sarai and her inability to have a child, the pressure of producing an heir is about all Sarai can stand. Out of desperation, fear, and desires to please her husband, Sarai makes some regretful choices, and must learn to live with the consequences.

A relationship with many factors, and challenges but with the uncontrollable love between the two forces them to make difficult choices. Will they stay together?

I received this book complimentary from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing in exchange for an honest review. Look for this book in your local bookstores.

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I absolutely love teaching, reading, Genealogy, Bible Studies, spending time with my family and friends!

Posted in Baker, Book Review, Christian, christian romance., God, Historical, kindle, Revell

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