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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Make Sure Your Love Is Bigger Than Your Wedding! by T. Wynn is a useful tool for all those couples who are planning to walk down the aisle to make a lifetime commitment. The author speaks about all the points that couples should discuss before they get married. The book stresses the fact that the wedding is just a four to six hour event and the love between the couple should be strong enough to last a lifetime and help them through adversity and good times. Children, finances, religion, respect, trust, love, and lust are discussed as the book progresses, giving couples an idea on how to make their marriage successful.
The author deals with the topics extensively and in depth, helping all those lovers who are thinking about tying the knot to rethink how to handle their lives after getting married. The author's words are wise and can actually be put into practice before planning to get married - such as what one should look for in a partner - and after getting married. Marriage is a serious step in one's life and the book helps couples take this serious step and be blessed and healthy in their relationship with their spouses. The questions at the end of the book are useful in making couples think about their relationship, what values their relationship should have, and to make sure that once they are married there aren't any surprises, and that they can face any problems together.