Charlotte Graham was once the victim of a kidnapping where she was held
for four long years. Law enforcement killed her abductors and she was
finally rescued. She changed her identity and tried to rebuild her life
as best as she could. At no time however, did she say anything to anyone
about what happened during those years. Along the way, Charlotte finds
herself the recipient of an enormous inheritance from her grandfather.
Some of which was in the form of old and rare coins. Bryce Bishop
doesn't know Charlotte's past. He only knows she showed up in an unusual
way and offered him to buy the coins. Bryce gets a call from Paul
Falcon that Charlotte is who she says she is and the coins are real.
Bryce is intrigued by Charlotte and they become friends. Those around
Charlotte encourage the friendship. The more time he spends with her the
more intrigued he is. She has made it very clear though, that she will
remain single. She also struggles with her faith and is willing to turn
down a sizable inheritance to keep her family safe. The more she's
around Bryce the more she realizes what a good and kind man he is. But
can she trust him enough to tell him the truth of what happened or will
the words remain unspoken?
I thoroughly enjoyed Unspoken but I
must say, it took me awhile to get into the story. I was probably a
quarter of the way into the book before it got to the place where I felt
it started getting good. It seemed like it was just a little to much
detail about old coins. Once I got past that, it began to flow very
nicely. I enjoyed seeing Ann and Paul again and they both played an
active part in story, which I really enjoyed. Bryce was a swoon-worthy
hero guaranteed to melt even the coldest of hearts. His kindness and
patience toward Charlotte was awesome. Charlotte was really an
interesting leading lady and one I enjoyed getting know. She was kind
and very generous but only let a few people into her close circle. The
interaction between Bryce and Charlotte was both fun and touching. John
and Ellie played great supporting rolls. You'll find a lot of depth to
the story where human emotion is concerned but also where faith is
concerned. Charlotte's questions about God were completely
understandable and I really liked the way Bryce answered them. Very well
done. By the time I got to the end, I wasn't ready to close the book
and say goodbye to these guys. I did, however, enjoy the ending. I would
love to catch up with them again in say...the next book?!!!
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