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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Things Left Unspoken by Eva Marie Everson

Things Left Unspoken
Author: Eva Marie Everson
Reviewer: Barbara J. Robinson
Five Stars
To Purchase: or Barnes & Noble (See reviews there also)

Things Left Unspoken by Eva Marie Everson is three hundred and eighty-one pages of pure Southern delight. The novel allows the reader to adventure through life, romance, true love, wisdom gained with age and life experiences, dealing with life’s curve balls, conflicts of love and life, heartaches that make us stronger, and God’s fingerprints on our lives to make us the people He wants us to become. If you enjoy Southern fiction, you’ll love this novel. I devoured it in a couple of days.

Jo Lynn Hunter and her Aunt Stella make it women’s fiction. Jo Lynn deals with current marriage problems and feels she’s not at home in the life her husband has chosen for them. Something is missing and leaves her feeling empty inside. At life’s crossroads, she takes on a project to rebuild an old Southern family home and finds herself restored in the process. Family secrets reveal their ugly challenges and place Jo Lynn in extreme danger. She rises to the challenge and refuses to be chased from her project of love.

Aunt Stella illustrates true love and the wisdom of ripe old age. Valentine, her teenage love, grows into a wise elderly man, who declares if the foundation is strong, anything can be rebuilt. Jo Lynn learns the secrets of the past and the treasures for a happy future, even as she learns some things are best left unspoken.


kimberly.reck said...

This book sounds interesting. I think I'll look for it in a bookstore around here.

Barbara J. Robinson said...

I ordered my copy online. You can order one from Barnes and Noble or I put this review at both sites. It's also available at I really enjoyed it. I'd send you my copy, but I want to keep it for reference and because the author is my writing mentor with the Christian Writers Guild.

Pennhnd said...

Thank you so much Barbara! I'm so thrilled that you liked the book!

Eva Marie Everson

pennhnd said...

Thank you so much, Barbara!

I'm so glad you liked the book!

Eva Marie Everson

kimberly.reck said...

I am still following your blog...I have not been home all day. Out with the other Navy wives. Passing time while our hubbys are gone. Love you can't wait to read another blog post.

Sharon A. Lavy said...

I bought this book at the conference. I am eager to read it.

You have won the contest for Kim Sawyer's book. Please send me your address.

sharonalavy at gmail dot com