When you marry another person, you make a vow to love and cherish your spouse through thick and thin, as long as you both shall live. But what if that commitment is tested by serious illness, or financial difficulty? Would you stay together? Are there limits on how far love can go?
Kim and Krickitt Carpenter never expected their commitment to each other to be tested so early, when 2 months after their wedding, a car accident left Krickett with a traumatic head injury and in a coma. When she awoke several weeks later, her rehabilitation began, but Krickitt had no memory of her husband. The previous 18 months when they had met, fallen in love, and been married were completely erased. Kim and Krickitt had to start all over again with the stress of physical rehabilitation, mounting medical bills and amnesia against them.
In The Vow, the Carpenters share their story of how, against enormous odds, they stuck together, fell in love again, and kept the marriage vows they'd made to each other. They also share their Christian faith, and how it sustained them through their most difficult times. In this volume, you'll read about the true events that inspired the February 2012 movie starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, and see personal photos from Kim and Krickitt.
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Review 1 for The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie - eBook
In this book we see real faithfulness
Date:August 2, 2012
it is an impressive book on the importance of a vow, made before God. It's refreshing in the days we live to see that there are many people that will fight for their marriages even when it would be understandable to make a good excuse and give up. I admire the hard work they put into the relationship.
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Review 2 for The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie - eBook
Date:May 24, 2012
I am enjoying the book immensely. However the CBDReader is not very good at all. It locks up and then you have to delete the app and re-install the app. Cbd also needs to add page numbers in the app. It leaves a lot to be desired. It is better to download the E-book and convert it and upload it into. iTunes. Or read the book on your desktop in a PDF format.