Lynda Turner has struggled with depression since her husband abandoned her and their young daughter fifteen years ago.
Yet unexpected hope awakens when a local ex-convict shows interest. As long-hidden secrets resurface, Lynda must fight for her emotional stability and for a life where the shadow of shame is replaced by the light of love.
Jilted tells of a woman who has lost the joy of living, a man determined to draw her back toward happiness, and a town that must—once and for all—leave the past where it belongs. It is a gentle reminder that all things can work together for good.
What I thought about the book
Jilted is the third book of the Mended Heart series, and I was blessed to receive all three books of this trilogy. While I only had time to read just Jilted, my mom did get to read all three. She did strongly recommend I read all three in order, as they would probably "make more sense." However, I found that I was able to follow the story line fairly well anyway.
The chapters switch back and forth between points of view: first person (Lynda's) and third person, which has the potential to make it challenging to follow. I found I could relate well with Lynda, especially, and Clyde as well, since I have gone through (and continue to go through) some pretty "messy stuff" in my own life.
Check out the series for yourself.
Varina Denman is author of the Mended Hearts series and a native Texan. She spent her high school years in a rural town and now writes stories about the struggles women face in similar small town settings. She and her husband live near Fort Worth, where they enjoy spending time with their five mostly grown children.
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Disclosure: I received a free review copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity in order to give you my honest opinion.
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