Mary has written a memoir of the highest quality. Her experiences and the way she brings them to us remind us why we bother to read in the first place: empathy is better than callousness, trust more rewarding than cynicism, adventure food for the soul.
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(re) Making Love based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tabor straightforward lays her heart and her love life out for the reader to dissect. Lyrical writing and poetic expressions from the heart enlaced throughout the book. I found Tabor to have the heart of a saint. I could not have stood by and watched what her husband did to her, for my fist would have surely been in somones face. I did so love this (Re)Making Love story, not only for the writing style but for the heartfelt memoir that it is. I also enjoyed and found it unique how Mary referrers to each man in her life, whether be it past or present by lower case letter and her husband of course is a capital D., which ironically can be taken in a different context. The D. I mean. The most beautiful part of this book is when Mary talks about her husband coming around and how they got back together. If you are looking to read a true love story, one that embodies the very depths of someones life with an air of their dirty laundry, plus a sprinkle of faith and forgiveness that later leads to a happy ending then (Re)Making love is for you.