New Book ‘Till Death Did Them Part’ Shows the Merits of Forgiving One’s Enemy

Author Deborah King has written a touching human story on the importance of forgiveness.

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Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

To forgive an enemy is considered the noblest thing a person can do. This is due to the fact that keeping a grudge is easy, whereas to forgive an enemy for a past wrong is extremely difficult. In “Till Death Did Them Part” author Deborah King has written a touching story on the power of forgiveness.

“Till Death Did Them Part” follows the lives of Desi and her estranged father Lucky. Desi is a young single mother who tries her best to pull her life together. Coming from a broken home she knows how difficult it is for her son Devin, not having a father figure in his life. Lucky on the other hand is a broken man who lost his beloved wife and children due to his many affairs and years of drug use. One day Lucky asks Desi to forgive him for his shortcomings, but years of anger and bitterness is too hard for Desi to just push away.

This masterfully written story of forgiveness and redemption will surely touch readers of all ages. “Till Death Did Them Part” is a truly immersive read.

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Till Death Did Them Part* by Deborah King
Publication Date: March 25, 2014
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 52 pages; 9781493180141
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 52 pages; 9781493180134
e-book; $3.99; 9781493180127

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