About The Book:
One home, two hearts, and the power of a promise kept . . .
For the last five months, Tom Anderson has been without a job, a fact he's been hiding from his wife Jean--and everyone else. He leaves each morning, pretending nothing has changed, and spends his disheartening day rotating through coffee shops and the library, using their wifi to search job listings online. The stress of keeping this secret is beginning to put serious strain on his marriage.
This is the second book in Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley's "The Restoration" series, and this installment follows the story of the son, Tom Anderson, and the state of his marriage.
This series is revolving around the theme of troubled marriages and how communication and deep faith plays such an important role in successful relationships. As readers follow the story of Tom and his wife, Jean, and how they deal with their troubles, the authors show how keeping the lines of communication, honesty and relying on each other makes all the difference in a good marriage.
The secondary story finds Tom's parents, Marilyn and Jim, on their second honeymoon in Italy, and how the lessons they learned in the book, "The Dance," have made their marriage so much happier.
This is an interesting series - great fictional writing with a learning experience included, plus inspirational aspects as well. Walsh and Smalley work well together to create an inspiring series that will benefit anyone interested in establishing and keeping a happy, successful marriage.
About The Authors:
My thanks to Revell Books for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.