Detroit, MI (PressExposure) July 01, 2009 -- Non-fiction Christian author, Frances E. Elizabeth releases her memoirs of her short-lived marriage to a con artist and abuser in her new book "Be Careful Who You Marry." This compelling book chronicles in great detail the deceptions that women believe, the desperation many women feel for relationships, and is honest in its effort to convey the message of not marrying too soon.
Christian marriages are breaking down in an alarming rate. In speaking to Christian women and local church leaders, Frances E. Elizabeth discussed the pattern of couples rushing to the altar. She also began to see the desperation of black Christian women to find good black Christian men (for those who prefer this type), as there is a greater ratio of black women in the church than black men. Be Careful Who You Marry is being used as a new ministry resource and prevention against unhealthy relationships.
Readers have agreed that Be Careful Who You Marry has positively impacted their lives and are usually able to read the book in one sitting. It comes highly recommended.
For additional information on Frances E. Elizabeth and Be Careful Who You Marry and to obtain a copy of the book visit [http://www.franceseelizabeth.webs.com]
About Frances E. Elizabeth:
Frances E. Elizabeth is a native Detroiter who obtained a bachelors degree in International Studies at the University of Michigan. She is a mother of one daughter. This is her first book.