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Publisher's Summary

Sarah Dunkin's world shatters when she walks in on her husband's secret addiction. Thrown into the world of pornography, therapy, and support groups, Sarah must find a way to forgive before she drowns in betrayal and despair. The task before her seems impossible as she struggles to care for their five children on her own. Growing up without religion in her life, Sarah is forced to make difficult choices and finds herself being drawn to a higher power she never understood. But with the help of a mysterious friend, Sarah just might be able to piece back together the life, and the love, she and her husband once shared.
©2015 Stacy Lynn Carroll (P)2016 Stacy Lynn Carroll
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4 out of 5 stars
By Julie P. on 12-13-17

Important story

This is not a your run of the mill novel. It's an important story to educate, advocate, and comfort not only those who are affected by pornography addiction, but everyone. I didn't love the narrators.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 08-02-16

Tough Subject

Porno addiction is a tough subject to tackle, and Stacy Lynn Carroll does it here with sensitivity and tact while remaining honest. The book traces the problems it's caused in one marriage as they struggle to overcome it and keep their family together. I can't say much without giving the story away other than to say anyone who's ever been in a relationship where any kind of addiction has come in to play will understand this deeply, and anyone who hasn't struggled with, or loves someone who's struggled with, addiction will have a new love and understanding for the former.

The low stars on the performance are because the main narrator sometimes sounds too chipper or happy for such a heavy subject, and her voices for the children grate on the nerves and make what would read as charming characters annoying. A man reads the male parts, which would be refreshing if he didn't sound robotic and very clearly reading from a script. His voice had no personality at all which made it a little harder to get on board with the husband.

Other than my nitpicks over the voices, I highly recommend this book.

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