Last updated on August 17th, 2019 at 03:44 am
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Having read Blogging with Amy’s entire archives during my blogging university freshman year I know she refers to the “pastors wives article” in Time Magazine more than once and it had me curious as to just what the reporter went away thinking about the wives of pastors.
Pastors’ Wives deals with the lives of 3 women, two who went into marriage knowing they would be a pastors’ wife, and one having no idea she would end up one.
I loved the 3 different perspectives the 3 different woman brought to the topic of being a wife of a pastor. I loved the honest look at the women’s backgrounds and attitudes. The author did not give each woman a background of roses in which to grow from and I thought that brought a level of depth to the book.
I however didn’t agree with all the opinions stated in the books ending. I really can’t give much more detail than that without giving too much away and I hate ruining a book for a reader.
One word of caution: Although this book gives an honest portrayal of pastor wives it is not published by a traditional Christian publisher nor is it classified as Christian fiction and therefore contains a few more risque details than one generally finds in books by Christian publishers. (still I give it a 4 out of 5 stars)
To find out more about the book or the author visit the Litfuse Publicity Group Blog Tour landing page.
(I was given a copy of the book for review but the opinions are 100% mine)
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