Kim O’Brien grew up in Bronxville, New York. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and a master’s degree in fine arts from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. She worked for many years as a writer, editor, and speechwriter for IBM. She is the author of eight romance novels and seven nonfiction children’s books. She’s happily married to Michael, has two fabulous daughters, Beth and Maggie. She is active in the Loft Church in The Woodlands, Texas. Kim loves to hear from readers and can be reached through her Facebook author’s page.
A Wedding Renewal in Sweetwater,Texasby Kim O'Brien
Sylvia yearns to feel loved and cherished by her husband, Wilson—just like the heroines in the romance novels she reads. She begins making changes, but her husband just isn’t getting the message. So she starts a Proverbs 31 makeover. Wilson is totally confused by his wife’s strange behavior and frustrated by the timing. Business is booming and he
Sylvia yearns to feel loved and cherished by her husband, Wilson—just like the heroines in the romance novels she reads. She begins making changes, but her husband just isn’t getting the message. So she starts a Proverbs 31 makeover. Wilson is totally confused by his wife’s strange behavior and frustrated by the timing. Business is booming and he’s up for a promotion. When Sylvia plans a big anniversary party, things start spiraling out of control. Can he and Sylvia rekindle the romance, or is too little too late?
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Hott Synopsis: It’s like he doesn’t even see me anymore… I can’t remember the last time we talked about something other than the kids… It’s like we’re roommates instead of a couple… Sylvia’s happy with her life. Mostly. She loves her husband and her kids. But there is something missing. Her husband just doesn’t seem to notice her. But does Sylvia whine about it? No! She calls a team meeting with her best friends and together they go to the instruction manual – the Bible. What wonderful – and hilarious – things God has in store for her marriage when she follows His plan! Hott Review: What I liked: I really enjoy these books about people who’ve been married to each other for years. It’s such a rare trait and even rarer plot that I can’t help but to grab these. This particular book focused on becoming a Proverbs 31 woman and even though it wasn’t preachy I couldn’t help but to take it to heart – so many of the experiences are what we deal with every day. What I didn’t like: While I really liked the characters I felt that Sylvia was a lot to live up to. More… Source: Barbour Books via Netgalley Grade: B+ Steam: YA Series: Destination Romances