A Wedding Homerun in Loveland Ohio
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Cathy Liggett is the author of a non-fiction book on the music industry and has a background in advertising copywriting and social expression writing. She lives outside of Cincinnati with her husband and two teenage children. Cathy hopes you enjoy reading the story as much as she enjoyed writing it. A
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A modern invention I am just getting used to is the pay-wave debit card. I am wondering if the USA has the same technology for marriages (wave your marriage certificate at the door and it is cancelled)? Megan's husband walked out on her and Sammy - does that mean that they are automatically divorced? Or is she contemplating bigamy?? Nowhere does it mention the divorce or death of her husband. (or did I miss a line?) It is strange that lots of Christian modern romances have playboy heros who obviously need some sort of reformation to be a Christian hero, but they are not left with any scars from previous relationships, STDs, memories of immorality that surface etc. Wow. Perhaps the authors need to talk to people with that kind of past to get the truth and try to portray the damage done, to warn young people against the standard Hollywood idea of "no-strings sex is fun, natural and desirable." King David was forgiven but his sins had terrible consequences - the sword never departed from his house and even Jesus was speared. Megan saying "Macneil could have any woman on the planet" was laughable - lots of us prefer men with more to their character than a pretty boy who plays sports well.(get a real job!) I am sorry that I cannot recommend this book because I feel it is deceptive.