As I have stated in earlier posts, biographies are my favorite books to read. This one was no exception.
I loved this book. Brenda Warner is so ridiculously honest that she captures you from the first moment. I admit the first part of the book was a little confusing and chaotic but it pulled it self together about half way through.
Brenda was was a Christian woman who like the rest of us, makes mistakes, has regrets and sins. But like the rest of us she serves a risen God who forgives and forgets. She has servived betrayal, a handicapped child, divorce, poverty, the loss of her parents plus many other obstacles. She worked hard as a single mom to go back to school to provide for her children. Her marriage to Kurt Warner enabled them to do work and charities that they never dreamed of. Her fame and fortunes were not always what they are cracked up to be either.
I received this book from Booksneeze and was in no way obligated to give it a good review.