Sunday, November 8, 2015

Fall Reads: Blessed, Blessed... BLESSED

Blessed, Blessed... BLESSED
by Missy Robertson
with Beth Clark
Publisher: Tyndale
Pub. Date: October 6, 2015
ISBN: 978-1496405708
Pages: 264
Buy Link: Amazon


I'm sure that non-Duck Dynasty fans probably cringe when they see a new book by the Robertson clan in the bookstores due to some unwanted controversy from the family's patriarch.

Blessed, Blessed... BLESSED by Missy Robertson (wife of Jase Robertson) and Beth Clark was released last month. Though I don't agree with some of their religious beliefs, I do from time to time find myself watching an episode of Duck Dynasty. I've reviewed a few their other titles over the years, so I thought I would give this one a try as well.

Blessed, Blessed.. BLESSED
is in many ways an autobiography about the Missy & Jase's marriage as well as the story of their youngest daughter's (Mia) battle with cleft palate. While at first glance, my first thought was that the book was just about Missy and Jase, but it's about the love for their family, their faith in the Lord and the struggles their little daughter Mia has went through.

Though I have read a few other books by the Robertson clan, I didn't know what to expect from Blessed, Blessed... BLESSED. It turns out that the title is part  autobiography of Missy and Jase's marriage and other other half is about their daughter's (Mia) fight against the cleft palate. Mia seems to be a strong kid as she has had several surgeries during her young life. You don't have to be a Duck Dynasty fan to enjoy reading about about the emotional journey that Mia and her family has went through over the years. Overall, I found Blessed, Blessed...BLESSED to be a wonderful read.

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

About the Author:

Missy Robertson stars in the record-breaking reality television series A&E’s Duck Dynasty. She is a devoted mother, a sought-after public speaker, and the creator of her own clothing line. She participates in mission work in the United States and internationally, including serving with an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. She is co-founder of the Mia Moo Fund, an organization dedicated to raising awareness and funds to help domestic children and their families affected by cleft lip and palate. Missy and Jase have been married for twenty-five years and live in West Monroe, Louisiana, with their three children: Reed, Cole, and Mia. For more information, visit

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