Monday, October 18, 2010

Restored Hope (book review)

Restored Hope by Brenda Youngerman


Peter and Tara Miller are the image of perfection. They have three beautiful children, live in a wonderful neighborhood, and are still each other’s best friend. One day in May their world begins to disintegrate as one of their son falls out of a tree. Tragically six months later their other son takes his own life. Tara snaps and she recedes into the confines of her darkened room.
Emotionally abandoned, Samantha Miller must survive the aftermath of her brothers’ deaths, her mother’s breakdown and her father’s demands. When she has the ability to break free she does and discovers that the real world is not much kinder. Emotionally shattered she struggles through college and law school to discover that her dead twin can direct her to a safe haven. The solace of the ocean and a dog give her the strength she needs to find peace and happiness. Timothy Bleak is raised in a kind, loving family and is virtually invisible. His voice goes unheard, his needs are unmet and his emotions are squashed. Unbeknownst to his parents he chooses the opportune time to leave the family and set out on a new adventure of his own. Follow the story as these two bereft beings find each other and their lives intertwine as they face the challenges of life, love and happiness together. 

My Review 
Brenda Youngerman is an other awesome author. Restored Hope is well written  and it is a thought provoking and emotional novel and definately  one that I recommend to all of you . She has written other books and I thinking I will be buying one or 2 in the future.

I give this book a 4 1/2 out of 5

* I Received this book free from the author.I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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