Review: Book: Thou Shalt Love- Sianah Nalika DeShield


Title: Thou Shalt Love

Series: Thou Shalt Trilogy #1

Author’s Name: Sianah Nalika DeShield

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Page Count: 218 Pages

ISBN: 978-1723019210

Author or Book Website: N/a

Link to Amazon purchase page: Thou Shalt Love

Link to Goodreads: Thou Shalt Love

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

My isters of spirit and grown women, Susan and Mildred are reunited under the roof of their grandmother, Louise, where family and love always prosper. Yet, in their personal lives, Susan and Mildred find themselves unlucky in love time and again. Separately, they discover that keeping secrets from one another is a lonely journey, which ends in heartache. Only when they realize that they must face life’s challenges together do they see that they can survive, them against the world.

In a trilogy about growth and personal discovery, Susan and Mildred will navigate the winding roads of life side by side, contending with great change and learning that they must love, trust, and forgive, no matter what comes their way.

Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This is the first book in a trilogy and it is one of those books that just pulls at your heart and soul. It is a feel good book about two grown women that have been reunited and finding that they face some of the same issues in life, but discover they should depend on each other a little more. That they need each other and find it makes surviving easier on each other. They are both a little unlucky when it comes to love. I will have to look into getting the other two books in this series.

My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars

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