book review {cuffs and coffee}

I’m not sure how it’s March already (where did February go?!) but it’s a new month and you know what that means…it’s book review time!

For this month’s review I picked Cuffs & Coffee by Allison P. Uribe. Allison is the founder of Wives on Duty Ministries, a Chaplain, an incredible soul, and a simply AMAZING woman of faith! She has personally been so supportive of this blog and is a huge advocate of faithful resources for blue families, which we always need more of!

Cuffs & Coffee is a 40 day devotional book tailored to police wives. Each devo can take as little or as much time as you want to spend on it, which I love. Typically I would spend about 20 minutes on the devotional, reading what she wrote, reading some corresponding verses, and journaling my thoughts and prayer. Allison also includes pages in the book where you can write in your devo for the day, if you’re someone that doesn’t like to keep a separate journal. I love Cuffs & Coffee because it’s simple and relatable. It’s perfect for wives relatively new in their faith as well as LEOWs who have been devo-ing (is that a verb? it is now!) for years.

I received Cuffs & Coffee as a gift from my sister-in-law (a fellow LEOW!) when my husband graduated academy. It has since had a steady place on my bookshelf, and I often reach for it when I need a little boost or a reminder that there’s other wives that “get” this life. It’s available in both paperback and Kindle, and is a staple for any LEOW’s home.

*This is not a sponsored post or affiliate links-I just want to share my love for this resource!*

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