A Reason to Stay by Kellie Coates Gilbert

     Faith finds herself unhappy with her life.  In her work she exposes much about others and wants her life to be different.  Unfortunately her husbands family is a bit more involved in her life than she wants.  She finds herself torn as to how to handle this invasion of privacy to the point of wanting to walk away from it all.
     I liked seeing how Faith was able to see beyond the present and really look to the future to see what she should really do.  I think that everyone would do good to really think things through before acting on them, but also people should think before they get into the business of others as well.
    I received this book free from the publisher to review.


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