Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The Unertaker's Wife by Dee Oliver

A delightful book on a subject most of us deny will happen but it does to us all. The subject is death.
It is not morbid. It is very cheerful and instructive.
Dee fell in love with Johnnie who happened to be a fourth generation funeral director. On her first date they stopped to pick up a body to transport to the mortuary.
They got married and had children and twenty years later he died of a stroke. She had to pick up her life. She decided to go into the family business of funeral director.
She returned to school and got her degree. The family business didn’t want her so she had to do her internship with the colored undertaker in another part of town. This being the South it was a first.
She proved to be a survivor.
In the last part of the book she gives some helpful advice to those of us who need to plain for the event.
I found the story to flow nicely and the information to be easy to digest.
The publisher is Zondervan and the gospel is presented in a harmless and non-evasive manner through the memorial service.
I would recommend this book for all lovers of romance. Also for those who need to be reminded what to leave behind in instructions and help.
This book was sent to me without cost by Bookloookbloggers.com for the purpose of reviewing it. I was not required to give it a positive review.
All views expressed are those of the reviewer and do not reflect those of the publisher.
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The Undertaker's Wife: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Laughter in the Unlikeliest of Places

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