Jilted by Varina Denman

Jilted
by Varina Denman

Suffering depression since her husband walked out on Linda Turner and her daughter fifteen years earlier kept Linda Turner to herself, except for her work. The mystery surrounding the disappearance sent rumors soaring throughout the little Texas community that still hadn’t been settled. Clyde Felton returned from jail after spending years for a crime he didn’t commit. In this third book in the Mended Hearts Series, the community of Trapp will be in shock when they find out what really happened to Linda’s husband, and was really behind all of the rumors and crime so long ago that tore this community apart.

I love, love this series! I fell in love with Ms. Denman’s writing and the characters in this series when reading the first book, Jaded. The community was small, the people were friends willing to help out friends, but something happened so many years ago that left a void that they couldn’t seem to get passed. My heart ached for Linda and Clyde because they wanted to do the right thing, and Clyde being a Christian now Clyde clearly wanted the community to accept him again, and accept that he and Linda wanted a relationship. The church people that really shunned these two irritated me to no end! Judging them before they knew the real story. But we all do that at times, don’t we. That’s why I love that Ms. Denman writes this story about second chances. She weaves together the loss of so many years of life, of lost love and betrayal and so many emotions and the tension involved because of the depression Linda suffered, and gives us a story of love, forgiveness, grace and redemption through faith in Jesus.

I very highly recommend Jilted for you to read. But before you read Jilted, You must read Jaded and Justified so you can enjoy the entire hope that is in the series. Reading this series will give you hours of enjoyment and entertainment. I absolutely can’t wait until another series comes out by author Varina Denman!

I received this book as a part of  Radiant Lit blog tours to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.

 

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