Unspoken Promises are worse than lies.
Morgan Kennedy and Lincoln Gates have been in love since high school. Their friends have envied their devotion to not only each other, but also the life they’ve made together. From the outside looking in, their relationship is perfect. One mirrored of fairytales. But behind the door, Morgan isn’t feeling as fulfilled as she once did. She wants more. She wants the glass slipper and the happily ever after.
What Lincoln and Morgan don’t anticipate is that a horrific event is about to make them second-guess their wants.
Book Rating: 7.5/10
Sweet, heartbreaking, and highly emotional!
This is a story about relationships, guilt, blame, communication, support, forgiveness, loneliness, intimacy, and love.
The characters are impassioned, flawed and introspective. The writing is clear and fluid. And the plot is a rollercoaster ride of angst-ridden drama, self-loathing, tragedy, romance and soul-searching triggered by the violation of a loved one.
I have to admit, unlike the first novel, I did find this storyline to drag slightly at times and the characters to be excessively frustrating, but overall it was still an intriguing, captivating, and enjoyable read.
This is the second novel in The Unspoken Love Series and even though it can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend you read the first novel in the series, Unspoken Words, first. You can check out my review for Unspoken Words Here!
Thank you to H. P. Davenport for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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