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A Mad Love

Auhtor: Bertha Clay

Language: english

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classic
Downloads: 321
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Review by Stephen M. Charme, June 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Mad Love':

The Love Dare is a non-fiction marriage-related book written by Alex and Stephen Kendrick. It is a 40-day Christian devotional designed to strengthen marriages. Each daily devotion includes scripture a statement of principle the days dare and a journaling area and check box to chart progress. It is used in the storyline for the 2008 film Fireproof which is directed by author Alex Kendrick. For Valentines Day Day 1 and Day 2 of The Love Dare were published on the Baptist Press website with permission of B H Publishing Group. The Love Dare has sold over 3.5 million copies with at least four million copies in print. It has spent over 80 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list and received the Platinum Award (more than 1 million sold) from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (EPCA) in April 2009. Now translated into over 20 languages The Love Dare is quickly expanding to other countries. Alex and Stephen Kendrick have written a second book released in the fall of 2009 called Love Dare Day by Day a one year devotional for couples.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Mad Love':


... only peeress in England, so entirely did every one agree in giving her that title. My lady was pleased, meant sunshine at Cawdor my lady was angry, ...
... and stronger the handsome face was covered with a golden beard and mustache he looked quite three years older than before his marriage. ...
... The flush faded from the beautiful face, and gave place to a white horror. Leone looked at the countess. You do not surely think that I married ...
... a most impertinent presumption for you, a farmer's niece, even to dream of being Lady Chandos-a presumption that should be punished, and must be checked. ...
... off a diseased limb cruel, yet he is most merciful. I am even more merciful than he. I did what I did in the spirit of truest kindness to you, my son. ...
... stories were told. He followed Mrs. Chester to where Lady Marion stood, the brilliant center of a brilliant group. It pleased him to see what deference ...
... the most natural one. I think, he pursued, that if I leave here on the twenty-seventh that will be soon enough. Yes, said the countess, ...
... say to herself He will come to-day, hope was dying within her. Then at noon came the letter-her maid brought it in. She gave a low cry of delight ...
... to any man, and will make him one of the happiest of men. Let me add an earnest hope that your own good sense will prevent any vulgar intrusion ...
... be true, it was impossible. If she took up the Bible there, and the printed words turned blood-red before her eyes, it would be far less wonderful ...
... me. Suppose that harm follows my forgiveness-we are better enemies than friends, Lord Chandos. We will never be enemies, and no ...
... vengeance against my mother, but you will forego that. A slow smile came over her face and died away again. Lord Chandos, she said, you ...
... were nowhere to be seen. Madame overwhelmed her with civilities, and Leone soon found herself the center of an admiring crowd. The assembly was ...
... am very happy, said the young wife, simply. My husband loves me, I have no rivals, no jealousies, no annoyances I may say I am perfectly happy. ...
... she would never expose herself to that pain again. It was so strange, so unnatural for her-she who believed herself his wife, who had spent ...
... the depth of feeling that she really possessed. Fiercest, most cruel jealousy had taken hold of the gentle lady, it racked and tortured her the color ...
... no shadow rested. Madame Vanira had accepted an engagement at Berlin, the fashionable journals had already announced the time of her departure, and ...
... you bring a jug of cider? Pray, cried the lord, do not trouble yourself, Miss Noel. I cannot think- She interrupted him by a gesture ...
... they tell me that in a few months I shall have a darling little child, all my own. Oh, madame, do you see that now you must not take my husband from ...
... loved me? she asked. Her lover laughed. How could I help it, my darling? In you I have found the other half of my own soul. I could ...