The Duggar courting process always starts with one acceptable destination in mind: marriage.
Thus far, the Duggar children have been successful in that goal on their first efforts - with one notable exception.
Back in 2015, Josiah Duggar courted Marjorie Jackson, but the relationship quickly unraveled.
The former couple confirmed their courtship in April of that year, and by May they appeared to have gone their separate ways.
The Josiah and Marjorie breakup was confirmed by family sources in August.
The cause of the split remains unknown, but it's widely believed to have had something to do with the Josh Duggar sex scandals, which at the time, were still the stuff of daily tabloid headlines.
Sources close to the couple insisted that the split was amicable and that Josiah and Marjorie planned to remain friends.
That didn't appear to be the case, however, as Josiah deleted every photo of Marjorie from his Instagram page within days of the breakup.
Nearly two years later, we still don't know exactly what caused these two to call it quits, but that may be soon to change.
Sources close to the young Christian blogger have confirmed that Marjorie Jackson will publish her first book in May.
The Duggars have reportedly lived in fear of a tell-all memoir from Jackson ever since she and Josiah parted ways.
Insiders tall Radar Online that the family is sweating bullets these days, terrified that Jackson's book will contain damaging details about how the family went into crisis mode in the months after news of Josh's sex crimes went public.
Fortunately for Jim Bob, Michelle and company, the official publisher's description makes it sound as though they're in the clear.
Marjorie's people say the book, entitled Devoted, will focus primarily on Marjorie's religious beliefs and crises of faith.
Of course there is one line from a press release touting the book that probably has Josiah's parents and siblings concerned.
According to the description, her essays will cover topics related to “relationships, decisions, standards, convictions, priorities…everything,”
We're guessing the Duggars don't like the sound of that "everything."
Josiah may be one of the lesser-known Duggars, and his courtship may not have lasted very long, but the potential for disaster remains huge.
And Marjorie likely knows that a few juicy details could help sell a lot of books.