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Michelle Stimpson Bio
Sonia and Kennard have the "perfect" life: they both have successful careers, beautiful twins, and a charming house.
But despite the fact that Kennard is a faithful breadwinner, his emotional distance from the family makes Sonia believe that a good marriage must be more than in name only.
Adrian couldn't love her husband, Darryl, more if she tried. He s the one person who's shown her what real love means. But when it seems that Darryl's more interested in making money than making babies, Adrian wonders what marriage is for? And when a devastating secret from Darryl's past emerges, it seems that their vows may truly break.
The two women are heartbroken and on the verge of divorce when a common friend, Miss Erma, invites them to a prayer group. Between the prayers come stories of marriage - the good and the bad, the happy and the sad. Sonia and Adrian discover that marriage is more than wedding dresses and happily ever after. It is compromise, sacrifice, and patience - the good stuff.
For true romantics, romance doesn t end with the honeymoon - it only begins! Readers will be enthralled with the romantic encounters of new brides, Sonia and Adrian, only to be shocked with the havoc misunderstandings wreak on these two young wives and their husbands. Somehow there must be hope for reconciliation.
The thought of marriage with no children frustrates and saddens Adrian, but how can you bring a child into a relationship that is strained already? Fans will cheer Adrian on as she fights for the life she s always dreamed of.
Sonia loves her husband dearly, but as he continues to remove himself from her family, she struggles to find what draws him to the same old places. Readers will feel her pain as she weighs the consequences of taking a stand.