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  • ISBN-13: 9781601628091
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Posted July 16, 2009

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    Silent Destruction

    The private lives of the seemingly blessed is not always the view people expect. Such is the case for Jeff and Nikki Singleton.

    From the outside the couple seems to have it all in terms of secure careers, productive financial planning, possessions and a great marriage. What will come to light in this necessary story from author Michelle Larks is what really happens behind closed doors and whether or not their faith will be enough to help them overcome.

    Added to their marital woes is a unexpected event with the ability to pull the two farther apart.

    'Til Debt Do Us Part speaks to the challenges that beset marriages when past hurts go unresolved and unspoken needs fester.

    Reviewed by Dr. Linda Beed
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  • Posted June 28, 2009

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    When Money is the Least of your Worries

    "'Til Debt Do Us Part" is an interesting integration of gambling addiction and spiritual counseling. The development of the story line becomes the focus on stressors to a marriage and the strength required of a family to weather some "storms in life." Because this is Christian fiction, I think the author "hedged" on some of the reactions of the characters. Nevertheless it was an audacious attempt to have a woman addicted and not for the most obvious reasons. The only thing keeping this from being a 5-star read is uneven development. So much emphasis was on the main character and addiction that other problems surrounding the situation didn't get equal billing, all of which could have been as devastating. This is an emotional roller coaster but was too mundane and appeasing in conclusion.

    I would look forward to reading this author, again.

    Reviewed by: Gail

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  • Posted April 24, 2009

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    Sisterhood Book Club gives Til Debt Do Us Part...5 stars across the board

    Til' Debt Do Us Part, is about faith, love and compromise that put a couple faiths to the test. They find themselves with an addiction that up roots their lives and love ones.

    Nikki is very bright and intelligent, but the addiction is so powerful her love for her job is put in jeopardy along with her marriage. Nikki and Jeff are from two different worlds, Nikki is from the not so rich but let's just say is better off then others and Jeff is from the poor end of the tracks. While Nikki is so use to spending.Jeff is all for saving.that nest egg for hard times because he has been without a roof over his head. Jeff comes across as controlling but to me he is just trying to stay above water and build a cushion for hard times.

    As Nikki is going through her addiction, Jeff is totally clueless of what's really going on with his wife. Nikki will not communicate with Jeff on the level of husband and wife. It's so bad Nikki can't even tell her best friend Maya the secret that put Maya in the middle because Jeff keeps calling her for information. So Jeff, Maya and her mother gives her space just like she asks until he finds evidence of the addiction that has turned his world upside down.

    This is my first book by Michelle Larks and the author has a talent to where she makes you feel the characters feelings, the happiness, sadness and the losing of love ones. When I close the book I came to realize that I had grown a bond with these characters, LOL. This book is highly recommended.

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