About the Book
A young married woman with two daughters deals with her husband’s infidelity and his struggle with homosexuality. She seeks spiritual counsel, but when he refuses to cooperate with spiritual leaders–other than on a surface level–she has to make the most important decision of her life.
* * * * * (5 Stars)
This is a heartrending story of true events where a wife discovers her husband is gay. The story shows Acacia Slaton’s pain and struggle in a way that’s real to anyone who’s being in a similar circumstance. This book is also so much more than that. It’s for anyone who’s ever faced any kind of trial and is having difficulty understanding why it isn’t ending or God’s purpose in it (although it doesn’t apply in every kind of trial). I grew to appreciate this book more and more as I swiped each page, nodding my head in agreement as I could relate to her response to a lot of issues she’d faced.
This is a book for anyone struggling with any form of addiction, as well as for someone close to an addict and feels responsible for them. I applaud Slaton for her bravery in sharing her story in a bid to help others who are struggling as she once did. My heart goes out to her and her two daughters.
*Though I offer this review to the public, it’s my opinion and simply that. A thank you to Acacia Slaton, the author, for a free copy in exchange for my honest opinion.
Find this post on facebook.