Whose voice will she listen to?
Lissa Randall’s future was bright with academic promise until the tragic accident that took her mother’s life—and brought her own plans to a screeching halt. Eighteen months later, she still can’t get back behind the wheel. A casual recommendation to Ev McAllistair’s driving school sets in motion a cascade of events. . . until Lissa begins to wonder if maybe, just maybe, life isn’t as random as she’s thought.
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Lookout Mountain, TN, Words Unspoken weaves together a vibrant cast of characters whose intertwining stories of courage, choice, heartbreak, and hope will hold you captive until the final page.
Have you ever been bothered by negative thoughts?
You know the ones. . . Those voices from the past that whisper you’re not good enough. You’ll never succeed. You’re a failure. You need more, more, more to by happy?
Many years I battled these anxieties in myself. Here, in the pages of Words Unspoken, I reveal my battle plan through a cast of characters.
A mysterious best-selling author who is determined to remain anonymous, a ‘rogue’ stockbroker, a timid teenager attempting to learn to drive again after a tragic accident has effectively put her life on hold and and her driving instructor with plenty of secrets.
Chapter by chapter you’ll travel to a girls’ school, a military park in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and to beautiful Lookout Mountain in the fall of 1987 where mystery and the effects of Black Monday are awaiting. Words Unspoken promises you the ride of your life. Won’t you join me? Hold on tight!
Musser magically gathers up all the loose ends and ties them neatly together in this tale of hope and overcoming tragedy. You won’t want to miss out on this one! – Romantic Times, April 2009
Robin Grant interviews me and shares a review on Dimensions: Art and Eternity.
My guest post “When I am Weak, I am Strong” is published on Lyn Cote’s blog Strong Women, Brave Stories.
An interview and review of my novels on Caffeine and Romance.
An interview with Susan Meissner, and one for ChristianBook.com.
A novel spotlight on Robin Lee Hatcher’s blog.
Lastly, a review on Novel Reviews.
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