Love You More
Written by: Jennifer Grant
Published by: Thomas Nelson
I am always interested in reading real-life stories, biographies and memoirs, etc.. I am also interested in adoption, and a story of someone who has adopted, such as this one, sounded like something I would be interested in.
Who the book is for:
Those interested in adoption.
What I liked:
This is an interesting story of a woman who adopts a little girl into her family.
What I didn’t like:
You can tell that the author is a journalist. I would have appreciated her telling the story in a more personal way than the way she choose.
Parts of the book seem to suggest that the author supports abortion/birth control, and I since I oppose both I didn’t appreciate her including those opinions in the book.
I don’t know if this necessarily counts as something that I didn’t like, but the author’s writing makes it sound as if it was solely her who adopted her daughter, not as if her and her husband shared the experience.
This wasn’t the best book I’ve ever read, and it also wasn’t the worse. It wasn’t all I had hoped for, but it was, perhaps, worth reading once.
I give Love You More 3 out of 5 stars.
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