Left at the Altar

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TV journalist Kimberley Kennedy went from having it all to complete devastation, rejection, and public humiliation when, like a Lifetime movie scenario, her fiance left her at the altar. But her story did not end at the church. With candor and humor, Kimberley shares the personal details of her life as she journeys from devastation to a deeper understanding of what happened and how she found not only healing but hope to someday find her Mr. Right.

The intimate woman-to-woman inspirational journey includes:
  • Stories of women who were left at the altar
  • How to deal with feelings of anger towards God 
  • The little black dress analogy 
  • How not to let your rejection define who you become 
  • Tools for healing and moving on 
  • How to laugh, love again, and return to dating 
  • Ultimate insight from men who have been rejectors 
My Thoughts:

 Left at the Altar is a book about hope after rejection. Kimberley Kennedy was left at the altar before her wedding rehearsal could even begin. How can anyone see hope at the end of this tunnel? But there is.

Kimberley was a take control kind of woman and she took control of her life when it came to marriage. After seeing several signs of a non marriage commitment, Kimberly brushed them off as "cold feet" syndrome. At that time, little did Kimberley realize that she was trying to control who she would marry. Not one time did she call her former fiance a JERK!( Which in my opinion he was,  letting marriage plans keep rolling and money being spent. He should have spoken up and not wimp out at the last minute.) But she does blame the situation on God. Over a period of time, Kimberley finally realized that she was the reason for the altercation. After accepting the fault, Kimberley faced the truth and turned to God for help.

In the book is a little insight on why men reject through the eyes of several men.   If you've ever wondered how men think, then this part of the book is eye opening. If you haven't realized it yet, they do think differently than us women.

I really do not know why I chose this book for a review other than knowing Kimberley as one of our newscasters in the Atlanta area.  I think this book would be a great help for anyone who has gone through some sort of rejection such as a relationship or even a job. There is hope once you get over the rejection. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com  book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review.








2 comments

  1. Sounds like a good read. Thanks for recommending it. Have a blessed week.....Denise

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  2. You're Welcome. I really enjoyed reading this book and learned a few things. Thank you! I hope you have a great week too.

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