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Klarysa Tutko, a young single mother, moves to Caribou, Minnesota,
where her family is now living, to put her life back in order. All she
wants is to leave the past in the past; though a family friend has
other ideas and persuades her to make a promise that she is unwilling
Unwilling Promise includes elements of abuse, death, as well as attempts to put lives back together. I found the book was somewhat enjoyable to read, but I will not say it was my favorite book. I felt the story was somewhat easy to figure out what was going to happen next at times. At other times, I found it difficult to concentrate on the story.
I find it difficult to imagine my best friend asking me to marry her husband after her death. At the same time, I can not imagine trying to rebuild a life after divorce either. I have seen the effects divorce can have on someone because my parents divorced when I was in my twenties. The one wish I would have for this book would be faith to play a more prominent role in the story.
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I received a copy of this book for my fair and honest review.
Emily Yager writes Inspirational Romance novels set among the lakes,
rivers, and north woods of Minnesota. Is the author of the Pursuing
When Emily is not writing, she is doodling over her notes, listening
to music, searching for a new history book to explore, or dealing with
the dramas of a bi-polar prima donna canine and writing puppy
sidekick, Xian. She lives on the family farm in northwestern Minnesota.
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