Devotion by: Marianne Evans


Title: Devotion
Author: Marianne Evans
Publisher: Pelican Book Group
Pages: 300
Format: ebook
Source: Book Trailer Showcase Book Tour

Description:

From This Day Forward
Christian Music agent Kellen Rossiter has everything he ever wanted: A-list clients from coast to coast, a loving wife who honors and respects him, and a faith life that’s never wavered—until now.

Juliet Rossiter has the perfect life: a rewarding schedule serving the underprivileged, a husband who loves her as Christ loved the church, and a blessed future as a mother—at least that’s what she thinks.

For Better or Worse
But what happens when their rock-solid marriage begins to crumble under the weight of an unexpected and powerful temptation? How does love survive when its foundation is shaken?

‘Til Death Do Us Part
When human frailty and the allure of sin deal a harsh blow to their relationship, it will take more than love to mend the shattered trust and heartbreak. It will take a lifetime of devotion.

My Thoughts:

This book was given to my by Book Trailer Showcase for a honest and fair review.  This book starts out with Juliet and Kellen as they are getting ready for bed, when Kellen finds out he has to be at a bar to hear a new singer.  He vows to Juliet his wife to be home early so they can spend some time together.

Juliet is a strong religious woman who in the mornings prays before breakfast, Kellen seems to be falling off the religious track and tries to make time for prayer.  Kellen finds himself attracted to the young singer Chloe, knowing it’s wrong he tries to keep his mind on track. Ultimately finding the only way to do that is to distance himself completely from her.

I found this book moving as I’m sure people get in these situations when one commits adultery and has to deal with the fallout from God and from their spouse and how do you move on from that.  They showed them each working to move on past the situation and showing true devotion to one another.   I really enjoyed this story and found it very moving.

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One thought on “Devotion by: Marianne Evans

  1. Marianne Evans July 23, 2012 at 1:50 pm Reply

    Thank you so much for the review of Devotion! I can’t express how much I apprecaite your time and consideration. I am deeply grateful.

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