Review: The Heart of Marriage

        `The Heart of Marriage` is a book on marriage written by author Dawn Camp. It's a book of stories that celebrate the adventures of life together.

        Author Dawn Camp is a wife, mother of eight, writer, editor, and photographer who lives in Atlanta. You can visit her faith-based blog at

        The author used the King James Bible unless otherwise stated. Stories come from some very familiar online names. Examples are Crystal Paine, Lisa-Jo Baker, and Holley Gerth.

        This is a remarkable book with loves kiss at the altar and a reminder that today may be all you have, how are you going to let your love know you really do love him?

        There are black and white photographs dispersed throughout the book that adds simplicity to it and quotes that make you think. Things may seem bleak but this book can put that spark back in your marriage. I enjoyed everything about this book. Even the part when Dawn and her husband had to look for his wedding ring in the snow before the snow plows came by to clean up the snow.

        This is a fast read that I recommend to all women and I give it a flying high-five.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

About the author:

    Dawn Camp is the camera-toting, homeschooling mother of eight children and the editor of The Beauty of Grace and The Heart of Marriage. She is a featured blogger at (in)courage, and her beautiful photography has graced their monthly calendar. Camp blogs at and is a featured photographer on Adobe's website for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software. She lives with her family in north metro Atlanta.


        Sandee said…
        Wow, you gave this a really good rating. I'll have to put this in my 'to read' list.

        Have a fabulous day, Michelle. ☺
        Dawn Camp said…
        Thank you for this sweet review!
        Michelle F said…
        You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by😄
        Thank you for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. Hope you have a great Thursday.

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