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Following the invisible thread of connection between people who are seemingly intended to become family, journalist Jennifer Grant shares the deeply personal, often humorous story of adopting a fifteen-month-old girl from Guatemala when she was already the mother of three very young children.

Her family’s journey is captured in stories that will encourage not only adoptive families but those who are curious about adoption or whose lives have been indirectly touched by it. Love You More explores universal themes such as parenthood, marriage, miscarriage, infertility, connection, destiny, true self, failure and stumbling, and redemption.

My Review:

I decided to review this book from Thomas Nelson because I was interested in adoption, and I love reading other people’s trials, stories, and how God works in them.

This book was heartwarming and interesting, though I had a hard time getting into it at first. It’s a great way to learn about the trials and joys of adoption (and how God sometimes wants you to step out of your comfort zone).

I’d give this book 4 out of 5 “hearts”.

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