Wednesday, July 01, 2009

BOOK REVIEW--MY HEART'S DESIRE: A Journey Toward Finding Extravagant Love by Mary Singer Wick.

My Heart's Desire is a powerful story of the author's struggle to find everlasting love. Mary Singer Wick walks you through seven years of heartbreaking trials beginning with the diagnosis that, as an otherwise healthy single woman, she may never have children. Desiring to be a wife and mother more than a career woman, she begins her desperate search for a cure. Healing eventually comes, but not in a way she expected.

By God's grace, Mary is drawn into the most powerful love relationship of all--the one with her Savior who heals her broken heart. With her involvement and membership in an evangelical church her soul is nourished and she begins to discover where true satisfaction is found.

You will witness Mary's transformation from loneliness and despair, to hope and renewed faith. As you follow her journey from single-hood to married life, you will profit from the lessons Mary and her future husband, Jon, apply to their dating relationship.

My Heart's Desire is full of hope and encouragement for the over-thirty-five single or single again woman. This book does not guarantee anyone a spouse, but offers the promise of an extravagant life, beyond your wildest dreams, that can only be found in a deep and loving relationship with Jesus Christ.


Smilingsal said...

It sounds like a romance book.

Caroline said...

Thank you fro the review on this book. It speaks to me in quite a personal way and is therefore an encouragement.

Mary Singer Wick said...


Thank you so much for reading and reviewing my book. I'm so glad you enjoyed it! My greatest prayer is that God will touch the lives of all who read "My Heart's Desire: A Journey Toward Finding Extravagant Love", and that they will find the encouragement they are seeking.

Blessings to you and your family,

Mary Singer Wick
author, Amazon #1 Bestseller "My Heart's Desire: A Journey Toward Finding Extravagant Love"

Anonymous said...

I'd love to share this book. Have you heard of one for men over 35?