He Tried To Kill Me

He Tried To Kill Me

The Untold Story of a Modern Day Christian Wife

Non-Fiction - Relationships
134 Pages
Reviewed on 11/11/2017
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Author Biography

Kenyata R. Love, also known as Yati Love, is a former Detroit radio talk show host of The Voice, a domestic abuse survivor, a mother, a sister and a friend. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Yati possesses both bachelor and master degrees and has worked over 20 years in the banking, automotive and non-profit industries and in government. She is, also, a devout Christian woman, who has spent years inspiring women to regain and maintain their self esteem and self respect, which includes counseling them in their finances while helping them transform their lives. Yati has an adult daughter and a teenage son and lives, quietly and peacefully, in Lansing, Michigan.

He Tried To Kill Me, the untold story of a modern day Christian wife, is an inspiring true life account of how one woman got out of a marriage after 10 years of verbal, mental, emotional, spiritual, physical and sexual abuse from a man who professed to love God and who promised to love and protect her. Written to help the many women, going through a tumultuous abusive marriage, shrouded in Christianity, who can’t see their way out, develop the courage they need to open their eyes, stand on their own and make a better life for themselves.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite

He Tried To Kill Me: The Untold Story of a Modern Day Christian Wife is Kenyata R. Love’s own brutally honest story of the ten years she spent trapped in a mentally, physically and sexually abusive marriage to a manipulative man who professed to be a Christian. However, this is not a plea for sympathy. It is an escape guide for any woman in such a relationship, and a warning to any woman approaching marriage with niggling doubts, however easily dismissed, or only expressed by one trusted friend. It opens with a diagram showing the balance of attitudes that enable men to ensnare vulnerable women, and closes with ten red flags that should never be ignored; they are warning signals of the behavioural patterns of male abusers.

He Tried To Kill Me: The Untold Story of a Modern Day Christian Wife by Kenyata R. Love made heartrending, painful reading for me, a happy wife in a Christian marriage. It is a brave book to have written. My plea to women everywhere is not to let Ms Love have published in vain. Read it, believe it, follow her advice, and do it now. Abusive men who promise to stop NEVER DO. Don’t be taken in by so-called Christian doctrines and accept that you are “a bad wife.” Remember, the Bible was written by men, for men, reflecting prevalent outdated attitudes. Consider Jesus Christ’s own words: “Suffer the little children to come unto me.” Did He specify only males? He did not; He loves impartially. Buy, believe, be brave.