Indestructible tells the shocking story of a marriage that didn’t go as planned, the truth that shattered everything, and the beautiful unfolding of a woman who decided that saving her marriage wasn’t worth losing herself. Like most people, Allison Fallon didn’t get married thinking she would get divorced. In fact, marrying a pastor felt like the surest way to guarantee a safe and happy marriage. So when she found out the man she married was not the man she thought he was, she had some choices to make. A wrestling with faith and love, romance and drama, truth and fiction, this story calls into question what it means to fall in love, stay in love, and become a force of love and change in the world. Although Indestructible is only one woman’s story, it serves as a powerful reminder to anyone who has been disillusioned by love that falling in love might be harder and easier than they ever imagined; and that “the one” they’re looking for is closer than they think.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Allison Fallon is a speaker, coach and author of 10 books including her memoir Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage. Over the past 10 years she has not only written prolifically but also coached hundreds of authors to complete their creative projects through her in person writing workshops, online courses and one-on-one support. She’s been featured on Huffington Post, RELEVANT magazine and Donald Miller’s Storyline Blog. Allison lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Thank you for sharing your truth. Your resilience is unmatched. Truly a force to be reckoned with.
Allison Fallon, in "Indestructible", speaks love and wisdom to anyone who has heartbreak in their story. I'm going to assume thats EVERYONE, making this a must read for all! I picked up this book looking for permission to walk away from a relationship where I felt my heart beginning to break, but what I found was a greater understanding of myself and what it means to love. Not just in a romantic relationship, but in general. I read this book in one sitting, and then a few weeks later, I read it again. I've never highlighted so much in a book that isn't a text book. Fallon's perspective on life is refreshing, and it delivered a renewed hope and zest for life.
This book provides encouragement, healing and empowerment to those who need it. It provides companionship in the midst of suffering-reminding you that you aren't alone.