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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Dear Future Wife Diaries is a work of romantic fiction by author Benjamin Smith, but one with a unique layout which is self-described as ‘365 Love Memoirs for each day of the year’. Each page of the book represents a sentiment or declaration of love directed at ‘you’, or the woman who is reading the book at that moment. Author Benjamin Smith describes the volume as one to reassure women that, even in this current climate, there are faithful, godly men who only want one woman to devote themselves to in love. This book is designed to express those sentiments in a comforting, romantic way.
I enjoyed the concept of this book very much, and I think it’s a nice gesture on the part of author Benjamin Smith to express love and respect for women in the current political and social situations of the world. Who the target of the book is, however, I think may be a little misplaced. Giving this book to women ‘in general’ doesn’t hit the mark for me, and I think it would be better as a gift that a loving husband or boyfriend could give to his wife or partner, or indeed any combination of partner to give to the other. With this personal use of the book in mind, I think that Dear Future Wife Diaries would stand as a heartfelt reminder that the recipient is loved and that giving such devotion to another person and serving them in that way is a very beautiful thing.