Love at Last Sight is written as a 30 day adventure. Throughout the book, the Shooks look at love at first sight vs. love at last sight. There are four relationship deepening principles discussed in the book: being all there, acting intentionally, risking awkwardness, and letting go. While these principles can apply to any relationship, they focus on your spouse, children, and close friends.
It was interesting to see how they played out in real life. My favorite was day 14: Intentionally getting unstuck. The authors talk about how a lot of life is done in the “in-between” stage and how we need to keep investing in relationships.
I really liked that each chapter began with two quotes from outside sources. Each chapter ends with Love at Last Sight Challenges in case you want to journal and dive deeper into the book.
I recommend this book. The hard part is not reading this one; it is applying it!
I reviewed this book for Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers Blogging for Books. I received this book for free in exchange for a review of the book.