Too Loved to be Lost by Debora M. Coty, a review

About the Book:
In Too Loved to Be Lost (Barbour Books, October 2014), you’ll find simple, practical steps for healing, refreshment, and revitalization of spirit, body, and faith. Whether you’re struggling with issues related to trust, depression, patience, relationships, hurts, or hopes. . .this humor-filled volume will deliver a much-needed smile and equip you with simple-to-implement tips for attaining the kind of guidance and belonging you crave—the kind that can only be found in the unconditional love of Papa God.
Find out more and purchase a copy at Debora's website.

About the Author:
Debora M. Coty is a popular speaker, columnist, lifelong Bible student, internationally published freelance writer, and award-winning author of numerous books, including  "Too Blessed to Be Stressed," and "More Beauty, Less Beast."  She's also an orthopedic occupational therapist, writing instructor, and tennis addict.  Mother of two grown children, Debora lives and loves in central Florida with her husband, Chuck, and desperately wicked pooch, Fenway.

My Thoughts:
Most women (MOST...not all) struggle with a sense of aloneness or insecurity, whether it be about their looks, their abilities, their hopes, their hurts their relationships.  In Too Loved to be Lost, Debora Coty deals with these issues in a somewhat humorous, but biblically sound way that shows the reader the love of Papa God.  Throughout the book, she uses personal experiences to express the situation and Scriptures to back the way we need to look at ourselves and the situations when we feel alone and lost.  There are also simple-to-impement tips to attain the kind of guidance and belonging they women  worldwide desire, the kind that can only be find in Christ.