Romance Novel with Relationship Advice is a Cult Classic


Book Review: “Opening Love’s Door:The Seven Lessons” by Dr. Diana Kirschner

The author’s main point is to help Janna in finding love in the romance novel, “Opening Love’s Door: The Seven Lessons.” Kirschner, carrying out the purpose very well, shows how you have to control all the aspects of your life in order to bring love into it. I feel that the author carried out the purpose of this book very well. The lessons that Raphaela taught to Janna can be used by anyone, whether you are 20 years old or 90 years old, male or female, professional or blue collar, millionaire or in poverty. If you want to better your life and bring the love that you have always wanted into it, then this is the book for you.

The writing by Kirschner was done very well. Each lesson was clearly stated as was how to incorporate it into your daily life. One of my favorite quotes is, “Fear is the signal, the alpha point, while mastery is the omega or end point. Fear tells us where we need to look. It can uncover what we truly desire. Then it becomes a call to action and that is a spiritual gift. The very thing you’re afraid of is the key to the next step of your growth.”

My favorite part of the book was when Janna confronts her uncle about abusing her, starting when she was ten, right after her mother’s death. Janna was able to tell him exactly how she felt about what he did to her with the help of Raphaela. Through these lessons, Janna was able to face her past and move on to her future.

This book was absolutely wonderful! I would definitely recommend this book to everyone. There are very few books that have touched me the way this one did. The seven lessons that Raphaela taught to Janna are amazing. She taught Janna how to confront her abuser, air out her differences with her father and comfort her best friend through her death. This spiritual journey that Janna took helped her to put her personal life into focus along with her business. Perfect book for anyone! Five Stars!!!!

Featured as “Book of the Week” on Reader Views January 9, 2006.




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