Thursday, May 21, 2015

{Book Review:} Eyes Unveiled by Crystal Walton

24880390My Review:
A wonderful, inspirational novel!

The "new adult" genre has been steadily rising in popularity in recent years, and this is one of the best I've read yet. Eyes Unveiled follows twenty-one year old Emma in her journey to discover herself and make life choices.

A specific reason I enjoyed this book is because I saw myself in Emma. It wasn't too long ago that I found myself in similar shoes. What am I supposed to do with my life? What does living life to the fullest really look like? It didn't take much effort to relate to Emma at all and I think all of us at one point or another has experienced this very wondering and uncertainty. God didn't create the future to be scary but sometimes it still is.

I thought the author did a beautiful job handing this, writing a realistic emotional journey. The best part though, is the conclusion and resolution Emma finds. I easily encourage any young woman wondering about her future to read this novel. It will encourage you that you're not alone and hopefully will motivate you. Be patient with yourself and God. He knows the plans He has for you, and they are good. :)

I received a kindle copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review of my opinions, which I have done. Thanks!

Back Cover:
Twenty-one-year-old Emma Matthews lost the song in her heart the same night she lost her dad. With an unfulfilled promise and an ultimatum shadowing her junior year of college, maybe it’s better that way. You can’t hurt if you can’t feel.

But when the reflection she sees in musician Riley Preston’s eyes borders dangerously close to the one she’s spent the last five years searching for, Emma discovers her walls can’t guard her heart from its fiercest desire. Terrified of what she’s experiencing, and even more afraid of what she might lose, Emma grapples for the courage to hold on to one dream without abandoning the promise of another.

Contemporary Inspirational Romance novel Eyes Unveiled lets you relive those heartfelt moments when you don’t know how you’d survive a day without your best friend, when you’re trying to figure out who you are and what you’re supposed to do with your life, and when falling in love changes everything.

2 comments:

  1. Aw, thanks so much, Rosie. I love love love your review because you've touched on the heart of the story. Yeah, there's romance, friendship, humor, family---but Emma's journey of self-discovery is what I wanted to shine through more than anything else. I'm so glad you connected with it. Makes me smile to no end. :) Thanks again for taking time out to read it and share it with others. Means the world. :)

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  2. Yay! I'm glad you enjoyed this one, Rosie. I bought a copy and hope to read it this summer. It does sound like a sweet, emotional read. :)

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