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Urban Christian Married Strangers

Turning the spotlight onto the marital problems facing multiple couples, Married Strangers emphasizes how God must become the head of the house for marriages to thrive and survive.
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Date:February 21, 2009
I was really looking forward to reading Married Strangers by Dwan Abrams. Id never read her work before, and I was interested in finding a new authors perspective on marital conflict. I did not expect to be turned off so badly in the first 10 pages that I didnt care to continue reading. As I read, my brain screamed TMI (too much information)! Rather than building the relationship of Rayna and Bryce or even describing the conflict in a tasteful way, the author concentrates the first few pages on these characters sexual incompatibility in more detail than I like to see in my Christian fiction. Its not that Im so sheltered that I dont know these issues exist, I actually have a degree in psychology and have no problem being involved in such topical discussions. Its just that an entertaining read isnt where I want my mind opened to these things.Maybe its timing. Maybe Ill decide to pick this book up again in the future. But for now, Ill find my entertainment elsewhere.
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