Wednesday, October 23, 2019

The First I Do By Sarah Ham

The First I Do - September 15th, 2001 seemingly fit the category of an uneventful day for Maybelle Lloyd and Michael Hawkins, but unbeknownst to them, it was one of the most important days of their lives.
Thirteen years later, the two teenagers are met with the shocking discovery that on that day, they promised before God to be wed till death do they part! Who in their right mind would allow a pair of toddlers to wed? Yet, when they learn it was done with the intent to just be ceremonial for Michael’s terminally ill mother, it begins to click. Somehow, it was legally recognized, and now, the two teens are met with the question, do they honor the promise they made as children, or do they annul it?

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A California girl with a Southern charm, Sarah N. Ham began writing stories from an early age with her first novel finished when she was 13. Ham has gone on to write 20 novels.

With an educational background in ASL interpreting/Deaf culture and social media marketing, she brings her own curiosities of various cultures and ideologies to her works. Armed with her faith in Jesus Christ, her desire is to write stories that both inspire others while not being afraid to paint the realities of the world around her. You can find more about her works and information on her website: 

My Thoughts...

This was a fast read. It is not very long at all.
This was a fun read, I wondered if they would stay married or if the would go there separate ways.
You have to read it to find out what happens.
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