Wait No More

I just finished reading Wait No More by Kelly and John Rosati. Overall, this was an excellent book. I was drawn in by the first few pages, wanting to know how the story would play out. 

First, the positives: the story itself was extremely moving, I appreciated her openness and honesty, it was written in an easy to follow narrative, it made me want to learn more about adoption. I enjoyed that she gave quite a bit of detail and background on how each one of their children came to them, and the good times as well as the struggles and how they got through them. This book was a very quick and easy read that was hard to put down.

My only complaint about the book would be the somewhat negative tone Kelly took at times when discussing other foster parents' homes - I understand she was just describing how she felt about it all, but it seemed like a bit of unnecessary negativity. I also felt a bit uncomfortable with the chapter about their first disastrous fostering attempt with Angie - let's just say I truly hope and pray Angie never finds and reads this book. Again, I understand why this was included but it just made me personally feel a bit uncomfortable.

Overall this was an excellent book that I thoroughly enjoyed. Like I said, it made me want to learn more about adoption, which I hope it does for everyone who reads this book so that more children can find families!

Disclaimer: I was provided a copy of this book by Tyndale House in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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