The Good Stuff

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Harrison House Incorporated, Jan 15, 2009 - Fiction - 374 pages
11 Reviews
Sonia and Kennard have the "perfect" life: they both have successful careers, beautiful tiwns, 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. 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.

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User Review  - Diana - Goodreads

So, my issue with this book is the message to married women that in order for you to fix your marriage, you must be a Proverbs 31 woman. But, in today's society, who can be superwoman like that? And ... Read full review

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User Review  - Erica L - Goodreads

Excellent read! Wonderful wise and loving characters, great spiritual lessons and even a few "Bible Studies" thrown in for good measure! I finished this book knowing more than I did before reading it, Always a great sign of a good book foe me! Read full review

About the author (2009)

Michelle Stimpson is an educational consultant who lives outside Dallas with her husband and two children. She has also served as part of the writing and editing team of "Heartbeat" magazine, a publication of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church in Dallas.

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