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Contemporary
S'Mores
By Connie Spears
Jun 1, 2007 - 6:31:00 AM

Alyssa was fed up with her husband, Minor.  He was such a wuss when it came to his mother, Margie.  Alyssa looked at Minor, told him to call his mother and tell her not to come to their home for Christmas.  She had plans for them to get away, enjoy time alone together and attempt to put their marriage back together.  Minor argued with Alyssa saying that his mother felt bad about the disaster that happened at Thanksgiving.  Alyssa thought, "I just bet she does".  Margie always loved to instigate or aggravate the situation at the time.  


They continued to argue, Alyssa did the next best thing; she stomped off to the bedroom to pack for the without her husband. Minor tried to reason with her, but she had heard enough.  What Alyssa didn't like was that he always told his mother everything about their marriage.  What Minor didn't know was Margie always thrived on the information.  She always found a way to find faults about Alyssa.

She'd had enough.  Alyssa drove to her destination - the cabin in Colorado.  She arrived at the cabin, finished unpacking, went outside to admire the view and wished that Minor could experience the joy and peace that she felt.

S?MORES by Jalend Burke shows us the true meaning of what marriage is all about.  Minor cared enough to go after what he loved the most, Alyssa.  Ms. Burke shows the reader how it is possible for Alyssa to keep her marriage together and do what she needed to do for herself. As a reviewer, I found this book to be a keeper.



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