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    Unspoken

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I have read a lot of this authors books and she is a amazing writer.
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    Feels....

    I have reviewed eight of Brenda Rothert's books to date. Each time I sit to type out a review for one of her books, I find myself at a loss for words. She writes with so much thought, skill, and emotion that I am afraid I will not do her work justice. So this time, I won't be writing a few paragraphs with my interpretation of the story. Nor will I be listing all of my likes and dislikes. (Which there were no dislikes by the way!). This time I am listing the `feels' I experienced through this journey. I hope you find it helpful. So here goes: Joy - That feeling you have when you are marrying the man that will hold your heart forever. Panic - When you know your world is about to turn upside down. Heartbreak - When you let go of one love to cope with the falling of another. Selflessness - Giving up your happiness and dreams in order to put others first. Innocence - Experiencing life through the eyes of a grown man with the mind of a child. Determination - Knowing what needs to be done and giving it all that is left of yourself. Loneliness - Taking the world on alone and feeling the loss of love every day. Surprise - Coming face to face with your past and not knowing how to react. Passion - Occurs when chemistry between two people can't be denied. Curiosity - Pushing the limits in order to feel and to also forget. Dominance - The burning need to take control of one's body for both selfish and unselfish reasons. Devastation - Accepting a loss and finding the strength to move on. Happiness - The feeling you will have when you reach the end of this book and discover that through it all, there really can be a happily ever after! Thank You, Brenda Rothert for another work of art.
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    Unspoken is MORE than romance

    "The things people should say to each other but don’t can be more toxic than the cruelest of words.” Unspoken, Brady If I were forced to use only one word to describe Unspoken it would be REAL. Unspoken will undoubtedly remain with me for a very long time simply because of the honest emotion imbued in every page. This is not a fluffy, frilly romance story. Unspoken is MORE than romance and it is BETTER for that very reason. Unspoken is a tale of love, family, beginnings, endings, second chances and the power of words both said and unsaid. It is by far and away one of the most true to life, touching novels I've ever read. Palmer and Brady's story is told in alternating POV's, a format that I love. The story flows well and kept me engaged from beginning to end. Brenda is a master at making you feel her words and the emotions of her characters. I have yet to read one of her books and not be left with a massive book hangover but Unspoken does more - it makes you think about and evaluate your own life and relationships during your hangover. Brady and Palmer, the H/h, were both very easy to relate to for me. I especially identified with Palmer and adored Georges, her best friend and business partner. I admit to having moments where I fantasized about swinging a 2x4 into Brady's gut and moments where I wanted to shake Palmer and give her a verbal beating but it was those moments that made these characters real for me. The secondary charcters of Danny, Amanda and Troy are wonderfully written and are as important to the story as Palmer and Brady. Janelle, Palmer's mother, brought me to tears more than once and although Brady's parents are not heard from in much of this book, they are both important voices that help the reader understand Brady and his brother. I truly believe this is a book every single, married and divorced person should read. Yes, Unspoken is a work of fiction, but it is an incredible story that I truly believe has the power to help and heal readers' real life relationships.
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    A beautiful story

    I was lucky enough to receive an ARC. Where to begin. 5 stars is not enough. Palmer and Brady are engaged, about to be married, but as it turns out life has other plans for them. This is a very emotional story and has you hoping for their love to be strong enough to overcome the obstacles put in their path. I could not put it down. I've read all of Brenda's books but this one is by far my favorite. A definite must read. Loved it Brenda:)
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    5 Stars From Sammy's Book Obsession!

    TITLE~ Unspoken AUTHOR~ Brenda Rothert GENRE~ Contemporary Romance PUBLISHED~ October 18th 2014 by Silver Sky Publishing, Inc. PURCHASED/COST~ Arc for review MY RATING~ 5/5 MY THOUGHTS~ I was provided with an ARC for review. I love all thing Brenda Rothert so reading Unspoken was a no-brainer for me. However, she blew me away with this book! In my opinion, this is by far some of her best work yet. Unspoken is a multifaceted read. It evokes a myriad of feelings and emotions. From familiar obligations, relationships, and challenges to romantic relationships and all that goes along with those -Unspoken has it all. It's written so very well and flows nicely. The characters are so realistic too. I couldn't put this book down! I absolutely love it and hope maybe some day we might get a sequel. Don't get me wrong though, Unspoken is absolutely a complete story on it's own, but I think a certain younger brother...Troy!...could definitely use his own book!
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