What happened when Rev. Tom Schwendler found a well-worn suitcase, holding his late aunt and uncle's love letters? He found the best marriage advice he'd ever read.
From planning a wedding to handling in-laws to navigating the inevitable ups and downs of a long-term relationship, the letters said it all. Reverend Tom simply added a few gentle comments and musings for digital-age couples looking to their analog ancestors for guidance.
A celebration of love and a reminder that relationships have never been easy, Love in a Suitcase is a timely reminder that marriage is the most challenging and rewarding journey we'll ever take. It's the perfect gift for engaged or newlywed couples and maybe one you'll want to unpack too.
"A valuable book for all couples"
- Jack Rightmyer, Albany Times Union
"He's published pieces of this sage advice and added his own insights and reflections to create a book that should be not only an engagement gift for any would-be couple, but a road map for any couple seeking a deeper, more harmonious relationship. Replete in life insights usually gained mostly from the School of Hard Knocks, Love in a Suitcase is a treasure trove the author chose to share with the world. It deserves a place in any Christian or general-interest collection strong in life lessons."
-Diane Donovan, senior reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"I would recommend this book to newly wedded couples. It could also be a perfect gift for the recently engaged and those still building up their relationship."
- Orizon, Online BookClub.org