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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
Two Hearts Undone by Tamara Ferguson is romance at its best. The writing is great and well balanced. Every aspect of Two Hearts Undone is very well crafted. From the beautiful setting in Crystal Rock, Wisconsin, to the details and problems of running the Crystal Visions rehabilitation center, Tamara Ferguson guides us through the lives and hearts of the two main characters, Melinda McDaniel and Steven Ryder. I instantly liked both of these characters and wanted them to get together and be happy. They are good people doing noble work for all the right reasons. Their hearts have indeed become undone by past tragedy and there is no guarantee that they can put the past in its proper place so that they can relax, love again, and make each other happy.
Tamara Ferguson has a deft hand when it comes to writing romance. She chooses her words and scenes carefully so that the reader never forgets that romance doesn't always come easy in the real world. Sometimes it may need a little help from a magical setting, a good friend, or an innocent child. What I liked most about Two Hearts Undone was the sensitivity and care with which Tamara Ferguson crafted each scene and interaction as she guided Mel and Steve towards a very satisfying conclusion. I grew up in a small town and I also liked Ms Ferguson’s portrayal of the closeness and warmth of small town America at its best. Two Hearts Undone is an excellent read, especially if you need to renew your faith in romance.