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She started writing her own stories in junior high, when TV shows didn't turn out like she thought they should.
Her first rejection letter came the summer after high school graduation, her first published story was in connection with fan fiction, and her first sale was in the Writers of the Future anthology. She is published in multiple sub-genres of romance, as well as SF and fantasy. Return to Book Page.
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Lisa thought she walked into her marriage with her eyes wide open, aware of the hard task of getting the approval of her cold, domineering father-in-law. When she discovered she was pregnant, she thought she would finally be accepted, but Todd's reaction to the news was the last thing she expected. Maybe Todd had never loved her, and he was more like his father than she dreamed. To protect her baby, should she leave him, and refuse to continue the Montgomery family tradition?
Where did being a 'good Christian wife' end, and the need to protect her sanity and her baby begin? Paperback , pages. Tabor Heights Year One 4. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Family Way , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. That being said, the bit of angst in the beginning of this kept me reading it until the ending to find out what happened.
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The problems start when she lets Todd in on the news of her possible pregnancy, and instead of being excited with this news, he acts like a dick and asks her if the baby is really his. See what I mean? Perfect angst to get a story started off right.
Todd has been coddled by Lisa for their entire marriage. He pretty much detests everything about Lisa. Things just get worse from there between Lisa and Todd.
Things fall apart between the two and eventually Lisa decides to give up on her marriage and move out. But Lisa refuses to have anything to do with Todd at this point.
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I felt really bad for Todd through most of this story. He was only the way he was because of how he was raised by his dad, but everybody in town and in his family turned against him and worked against him, without ever helping him resolve anything with his wife. He wanted to change and wanted to make her happy again, but was truly lost about what to do next, and even the efforts he did make were totally ridiculed and ignored.
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I hope young women do not read this as some sort of relationship advice. Beautiful story about forgiveness. I enjoyed this book a great deal.
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It reminded me of our early years of marriage when my husband and I were trying to forge our identity apart from our parents. Fortunately neither of us had to put up with any family members like Lisa's father-in-law, but I do recall a fight over whether or not it was considered bad taste to register multiple colors of bath towels -- a difference in how we were raised.
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And sometim I enjoyed this book a great deal. And sometimes I wasn't sure I wanted it to work out. Michelle kept me on the edge. She also did a great job in fully exploring human nature and the modes of behavior we often default to when we feel we've been wronged. The characters in this book were an excellent balance - no one too perfect, or too flawed -- which delivered a spiritual message that wasn't just truthful, but also touching.
Sometimes these two don't go hand in hand, and I applaud her for this ability.
What I absolutely delighted in while reading this book was the interaction of the characters with those in Michelle's other Tabor Heights novels. It makes you feel like you're bumping into old friends. And if you're curious, after 18 yrs of marriage we have quite the assortment of colored bath towels, and are happy just to have something to dry off with. Sherry rated it really liked it Feb 11, Erika rated it liked it Feb 09, Ann Luke rated it really liked it May 31, Linda Freeman rated it it was amazing Aug 12, Kim rated it really liked it Aug 10, Shaunta Harper rated it really liked it Oct 03, Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Ybana rated it liked it Mar 15,