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UNWED: A Suspenseful Historical Romance: Southern Secrets (Switched…

by Kay Chandler

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I did not read the first book in this series. I was able to follow this book without much difficulty, though I see it more as romance than psychological suspense.

The two church busybodies (women) switch last names partway through the book (and husbands as well) without further explanation. That was a bit distracting as I had to go back to confirm that I hadn't mixed them up in my mind when both were introduced together (I hadn't).

The novel draws correlations to Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" and the Biblical story of "He who is without sin cast the first stone." ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0692424172, Paperback)

Veezie Harrington, a backwoodsy young woman with a seedy past, experiences difficulty fitting in to her new way of life after she inherits a wealthy estate in Alabama during the 1930’s. When she falls in love with handsome Shep Jackson, the local pastor, she sets a goal to overcome her redneck ways and become a real lady, worthy of the love of such a fine Christian man. Is the bar too high? Reverend Shepherd Jackson, a forty-year-old widower, causes an uproar in the church when he falls in love with the ill-bred Veezie, who is half his age. Will he risk his God-given call for the love of a fallen woman?

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