Love Without Limits
By Nick Vujicic with Kanae Vujicic
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About the book:
(From the back cover)
Even though he was born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic created a “ridiculously good life.” But after dating disappointments and a failed relationship, he reached his mid-twenties worried that he would never find a woman to love him and share his life.
Then Nick met Kanae and everything changed. But even with undeniable chemistry, they would have to navigate twists and turns worthy of a romantic comedy before becoming “one” in marriage.
In Love Without Limits Nick and Kanae tell how they improbably found each other, fell in love, and then fought to overcome skepticism from others about their relationship. Filled with practical insights that will benefit any couple, this inspiring book describes a godly courtship and the early years of the Vujicics’ marriage and parenting journey.
Above all, Love Without Limits is an inspiring reminder that when Christ is at the center of a relationship–even with serious challenges–true love will triumph.
Why I chose the book:
Um, it was by Nick Vujicic and his wife. I didn’t even read the backcover I was just like “YES!” and requested it. I mean, come on people! It’s got to be good. 🙂
What I thought:
I guess maybe it would have been a good idea for me to read the backcover and at least get an idea about what the book was about but I think I would have requested it anyway because I really like the other stuff I’ve read, watched and heard by Nick Vujicic.
The book was centered around relationships. The first part of the book I was like “This is really good, it applies to pretty much everyone.” As the book progressed though, it centered more on dating/engaged/married population of the world, which makes sense, because that’s who the book was written for. That didn’t resonate with me as much because that’s not where I am in life, but it was still good. (Just a note: There were some parts that are for older audiences.)
Overall it was really good. I’m sure there were some things I don’t agree with, but I can’t recall anything at this moment. The whole book was chocked full of painfully real and extremely funny stories. I was amazed and blessed by how honest they were with us, their audience. There were times when I was just like Oh no, that’s so sad! and other times when I seriously laughed out loud. Their story is pretty crazy.
It was a great book. I would recommend it for people who are in a serious relationship, but I’m sure other people would enjoy it and learn from it as well.
I’m giving it four stars.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for this review.