Back in March, Little People, Big World Jeremy and Audrey Roloff told fans they were in the process of releasing a three-part book contract. Unfortunately, sections from their first book—which is set to be released next year —have already been leaked, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Their book titled In A Love Letter Life is expected to hit shelves in April 2019. However, Audrey leaked snippets of the book nearly a year before the release date, giving fans a first look at what to expect.
During her most recent Instagram story on Monday, Audrey took a video of her computer screen exposing some of the writing as she captioned it: "Pushing hard to get this thing done on time."
While some of the parts are hard to make out, it seems the Christian blogger is working on a chapter dedicated to the single ladies and her take on how to land a man!
"That's why Jeremy and I are such advocates for being friends first. Friendship lays the groundwork for pursuit. All the single ladies, volume up. You're not giving a man the chance to pursue you if you're the one doing the chasing, chances are the guy you're after does not want to be caught," the page reads.
"He's just not that into you, and honestly this scenario proves he's not worth your time and effort. It's time to move on," the chapter continues. "But if you start by building a friendship, the kind of man you want to marry will be empowered to pursue you. He will be willing to risk rejection, determined to be thoughtful and he will text you first, at least the majority of the time. Our period of friendship gave Jeremy the opportunity to pursue me."
Other parts of the book include a minute-to-minute description of their first date, and how their friendship blossomed into a beautiful love story.
As Radar previously reported, Audrey has always been outspoken about her Bible-bound beliefs and strict religious marriage.
“Some words on dating from a Christian perspective… Let’s just say you recently hurried into a relationship, dabbled with sexual intimacy, and then became emotionally attached,” she wrote in the scathing post. “The main problem with this scenario is that it blinds you to red flags. It’s the classic ‘love at first sight’ trap. You begin to see the person you are dating as the ‘the most talented, most interesting, and most extraordinary person in the universe.'”
“As time passes, your friends and family may raise concerns about the person you’re dating, but you won’t be able to rationalize with them because all you will see is perfection,” she added. “This is a titanic problem.”
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