Committed: A Love Story

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At the end of her bestselling memoir Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert fell in love with Felipe - a Brazilian-born man of Australian citizenship who'd been living in Indonesia when they met. Resettling in America, the couple swore eternal fidelity to each other, but also swore to never, ever, under any circumstances get legally married. (Both survivors of difficult divorces. Enough said.) But providence intervened one day in the form of the U.S. government, who - after unexpectedly detaining Felipe at an American border ...

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Holly H

Aug 14, 2014

A bit off track

If you loved Eat, Pray, Love then you'll probably like this book. The author strays off topic throughout the book giving a history of marriage instead of telling her own story, which would make for a very short book! I wasn't expecting the history sections when I read this book. I was expecting her to tell the tale of how much it took to get married, about the ceremony and party afterward. This book is some of that and a lot of world history of marriage. In reality she should never have been put in that position, forced to be married, by Homeland security as it isn't their job to make people get married, but to keep the nation secure. Felipe had a valid US visa that would let him come and go as he had been doing for years. Then they ran into a nutcase @ Homeland who seems to make it his personal job to make sure people get married even if they don't want to.

Pat

Jan 12, 2012

Committed

The chapter on marriage was fascinating. However, compared to the author's earlier book, "Eat, Pray, Love", it lacks the compelling drama and wording that riveted your attention to every page and chapter.

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