01 March 2013

9. Cherished


***Before healing can begin for Kelli and Heather, they need to believe they are worth cherishing.
Kelli London once dreamed of being a songwriter. As crazy as it seemed, she hoped that God would use the lyrics that came to her even while she slept. She dreamed about Brian too, that the love they shared as high-school students would grow into marriage. But choices that still haunt her destroyed those dreams. Until now–when a series of love letters reawakens her hope for the future.
Heather Anderson’s life has spun out of control–first, an affair with a married man, then a one-night stand with the drummer of a popular Christian band has left her devastated. Broken and alone, she cried out to the only One able to save her. He met her there, but it was just the beginning. Because now she must take a different path. And the one God has planned for her looks nothing like the one she envisioned.
As Kelli and Heather awaken to their true worth, they find the freedom to pursue their dreams–and relationships–based on the security of knowing God’s unconditional love.***
I actually like this book. It ain’t dull. It’s very entertaining that you don’t want to put it down even just for a single second. Every sentence, every paragraph, every chapter’s worth reading.
I love how optimistic this book is, religion-wise. I’m a 100% Christian and religion is very important to me. The thing with this book is, it teaches us one very important thing… HE WON’T LET US DOWN. That even after you’ve done something really really bad, He will always be there willing to forgive you, with arms open wide, He won’t judge you. He won’t disown you. He’ll love you, always and forever.
Oh and yes, this book has so much faith in love. Kelli and Brian did something really stupid a few years back which brought Brian closer to God than ever and caused Kelli to stop attending Sunday masses. Then fate did something that brought them together. It’s amazing how He works. It’s more amazing if you put Him in the center of your relationship.
This book is very much worth reading. I love it. I’m sure you’ll love it too.
It’s so fun and very easy to read. 
Love,
M x