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The Book
Julie Matthews loves to sing, but due to an accident, she loses her voice.

Rick Matthews doesn’t know the solution for the tension in his marriage until the accident rekindles their love.

Faced with losing that new-found love for each other, Rick and Julie are forced to face the dysfunction that originally created the tension in their marriage.

My Thoughts
I love a book that raises questions and causes evaluation. Sticks and Stones was that type of book. Right from the start, I was drawn into the book. And from the beginning I began asking questions, waiting for the answers.
 
Everyone deals with some sort of dysfunction in relationships.  After all, we’re imperfect human beings.
 
Those dysfunctions are brought into a marriage and into a family. Throughout Sticks and Stones, we were able to view the mistakes, lies, and hurts. Then learn how to maneuver past those imperfections.
 
I highly recommend this book for all married couples. It’s a great book for healing of relationships, not only marriage but also parenting children. 
 
And it’s an exciting read.
 

 

 

 

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Anyone one contemplating marriage should read this book. For that matter, this book would benefit married couples as well.

Misunderstandings come when one doesn’t look through the eyes of another. Jeremy and Lexie were no exceptions until influential people in their lives helped them see the truth.

It’s been two days since I finished, At First Sight, and I’m still thinking about the characters. To me, that’s a sign of a good book. I’ll not soon forget them, because I identified with Jeremy and Lexie, making some of the same mistakes they did.

As the words on the cover say, “The emotion that can break your heart is sometimes the very one that heals it,” is so true. I would say powerful. It’s difficult going into the pain, but doing so heals a clean wound.

Five-star read.

Tweetable: Anyone contemplating marriage should read, At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks.

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