by Kassandra Lamb
Since today is my anniversary (42 years), I thought a review of this memoir would be a cool thing to share with you all, for our off week’s “something cool and interesting.”
A friend of mine, Marcia Meara, has a “Share A Review Day” feature on her blog. Today’s offering is below. I haven’t read this particular book (although I intend to remedy that!) but I have read other things by D.G. Kaye.
Colleen M. Chesebro
5.0 out of 5 stars ~ I loved how this couple overcame adversity with humor and a steadfast love for each other.
Canadian author, D. G. Kaye has written a heartwarming memoir in “Twenty Years After I Do,” detailing the ups and downs of marriage to an older man. I was eager to read this book because I am married to a man who is older than me by a decade. I wasn’t sure what I’d find, but having read other books by this author, I knew I was in for a treat.
Kaye shares how she met her husband, Gordon, chronicling how he swept her off her feet with his captivating personality, and how he made her laugh. With a sense of intimacy, the writing draws you in, as if you are listening to a good friend. Their connection, a true love story, (so rare these days) was a joy to experience through her words.
This book is a memoir in the real sense of the word … READ MORE
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