Love at Last Sight is about improving the most important relationships in your life in just 30 days. It was written by the same authors as One Month to Live. The book is broken down into chapters, and is meant to be read one chapter a day for thirty days. Each chapter deals with a different key to make the relationship in your life (husband-wife, parent-child, etc.) work and to make them richer and stronger.
Love at Last Sight is well written and gives many key insights into what will help to keep your relationships growing and flourishing. In this book you are encouraged to take the Love at Last Sight Challenge. There is a whole website dedicated to the challenge and filled with valuable resources to help you meet the challenge. Much of what you will read in Love at Last Sight won’t be new to you. The overarching theme is that it takes hard work to maintain relationships. The book does focus on ways to make all your work more beneficial so you get the best results for the work you put into the relationships. No more wasted relationship energy…hopefully. As mentioned before, you will also find additional resources on the Love at Last Sight Challenge website to help take the book one step further.
I recommend Love at Last Sight to anyone who is really serious about improving their relationships. If you are only interested in having casual relationships or don’t want to put in the work then this book is not for you.
A free copy of this book was provided to me by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing for review purposes.
Kerry & Chris Shook are also the well known authors of One Month to Live.