Love is all around us, and often adds meaning and beauty to our
lives. But the role of love across our lifetimes is often more
complex than just this-it can also be confusing, even painful.
Sometimes we don't recognize love when it is right in front of us,
and other times we think it's there when it's not. This fourth
collection of short stories approaches the topic of love from a
variety of perspectives, good and bad, that always keep the reader
guessing and wanting to read more. Through Dory, we not only get
the happily-ever-after story-we also get the where-did-it-go-wrong
story. We negotiate the conflict between love for a friend and love
for a spouse. We consider the bodily attractions so often confused
for love, and the harm they can cause. And we reflect on the joys
of love for oneself. The complex and varied engagements with the
idea of "love" across contexts makes this a compelling and
thought-provoking book that readers can both commiserate with and
celebrate with. And, like all of Dory's stories, it is sure to be
both a source of enjoyment and an opportunity for growth as we
reflect throughout on the most important love of all-God's love.
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