Non-Fiction. Published 2012.
Read: February 2012, 208 pages
Small-town girl Cammy Franzese didn’t plan to marry one of the most powerful mob bosses in the country. She didn’t expect to raise her children alone while Michael served hard time. And she certainly didn’t anticipate what would happen when he finally made the stunning decision to turn his back on the life and become a devout Christian. Cammy shares the details of her painful and joyful journey. She shares what it was like being under law-enforcement scrutiny, dealing with death threats, harassment from the FBI, and having to move several times to protect their family. Cammy also talks about how she stayed faithful to Michael and raised their children on her own while he was locked up for eight years. With painful honesty, she speaks about restoration, miracles, and the confidence we can have knowing God prepares us for the challenges and obstacles we will one day have to face.
One out of five stars! This book is full of snooze and was painful to read. I rarely like to say such negative things, but this book is not worth picking up. Cammy’s journey is full her attempts to woo the reader as her ‘poor me’ tone is ever untouching.
Cammy was supposedly so naive to her husband’s guilt and continued to enjoy the money coming from… ‘I didn’t ask questions’. The book is meant to be about how faith saved a marriage that was torn apart when her husband was put in prison for mafia-related crimes. The book lacked a real story of faith or mentioning of religion. It was a constant tale of how hard Cammy worked to save her marriage through her own means. I was provided this book by Booksneeze.com for my honest opinion.
‘I’ve found that peace is much better than having the luxury of answers.’ -p25