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Shades of Blue – Karen Kingsbury

03 Sep

Shades of Blue

Karen Kingsbury

Brad and Emma made a bad decision followed by an even worse one.  Now 10 years later, and only weeks before his marriage, Brad decides he must go back.  Back to Emma and apologize for his part in their decisions.  But will this ruin his relationship with Laura?? Will Brad fall in love with Emma again??  Will Brad and Emma be able to put the past behind them??

This book is  about abortion, and post abortion syndrome.  I am very prolife I think Karen did a wonderful job of showing how easy it would be for a young woman and her partner to feel like they ‘had’ to have an abortion, even with both of their hearts crying NO.  Because it is such an emotional topic (Karen Kingsbury is the author) it was without a doubt a very emotional book.   This book opened my eyes a bit wider to the hurt others have suffered after having had an abortion.

I am going to give away my copy of this book, I know that I won’t be reading it again, but I know that it might be something that someone else needs to read, or you know someone who might need to read it.  Leave a message telling me your favorite Karen Kingsbury book (or that you would like to read this) and your name will be entered to win this book.  (make sure you leave me a way to contact you!!)

*Opps, I forgot to tell you when, I will draw for this on Friday September 10th, and notify the winner on Saturday the 11th.

* NOTE – This book was provided to me by Zondervan free for review purposes.  I was not asked to write a positive or negative review, all opinions are my own.

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Posted by on September 3, 2010 in Fiction

 

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One response to “Shades of Blue – Karen Kingsbury

  1. Brooke

    September 8, 2010 at 7:14 am

    Shades of Blue is an excellent book… though, I cried my way through it. I agree that it definitely gave me some insight as to what post abortion syndrome is like. I don’t know anyone directly who would benefit from this book but, I know that it would probably be a very beneficial to someone who has been through an abortion or even someone who may need better understanding as to what some people go threw after having an abortion. Kingsbury tackled a tough subject in this one and I thought she did a great job. I was even convicted by the forgiving and selfless heart of the fiancé!

     

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