Justification: Today I have done a gym class, made two meals for my family (tonight and tomorrow), played viola (quite a bit and had a lesson), gone for a run, played with the kids, written (and re-written) a song....
What I want to write about: ... and read an Inspirational Historical Romance.
This one was called Shores of Hope. As opposed to The Sure Hope that I read the other day.
Through this novel I discovered that love involves sacrifice.
Beautiful Sarah falls in love with David (a worthy Christian man) then stupidly marries Jonathan (an unworthy sinner) when she thinks that David has married someone else. They meet up at church few weeks after Sarah's wedding and both are miserable. They declare their love for each other, but vow to be godly. (David slips up by hanging around outside Sarah house (stalker style) but it's okay because he is just praying for her.) As in any Christian romance, love has to find a way. It's hard for love to find a way while Jonathan is alive, so poor Jonathan is sacrificed. After a couple of months, he gets sick and dies (he becomes a Christian on his deathbed) and Sarah and David get married and live happily ever after.
[David also happens to be rich.]
If I had a daughter, I'd rather that she read Twilight.