REVIEW: Committed


Title: Committed
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
Finished: September 16, 2010
Pages: 285
Published: 2010
Format: audiobook

The second novel by Elizabeth Gilbert and the “sequel” to Eat, Pray, Love. This journey is about coming into a serious relationship and learning along the way that some things are meant to be and you are willing to do everything to make it happen.

In Committed, the reader has passed through Gilbert’s journey through finding herself and is now learning how to commit to her serious relationship in ways she swore she would never approach again – marriage.

I loved this second just as much as her first. To see the conclusion of this journey and find the happy ending no matter what the means felt more complete than the ending we received in her previous book. There are more demons to face and for any person struggling with the same emotions and conflict, it could be very comforting to know that everything happens for a reason and you will always find your happy ending one way or another.

*challenges: 1010 category challenge, support your local library, 100+ challenge, romance reading challenge, september 12×12
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