Two Hearts Unspoken

Two Hearts Unspoken

(Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 2)

Romance - Contemporary
142 Pages
Reviewed on 05/01/2016
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Author Biography

A member of the Romance Writers of America, Tamara Ferguson is the multi-award winning, #1 international bestselling author of the Tales of the Dragonfly Romance Suspense Series, the Kissed By Fate Series, and the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series.

Her latest wounded warrior romance novella, Two Hearts Unspoken, is included in the top-ten bestselling Holiday Anthology, Mother’s Day Magic…With Love, which was also #1 in Wounded Warrior Fiction.

Since being released independently, Two Hearts Unspoken has become a #1 International Best Seller at Amazon as well as a #1 International Hot New Release, and is the 2016 SILVER MEDAL WINNER at Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards for Military Fiction.

The wounded warrior romance, Two Hearts Surrendered, was originally published in the bestselling Magical Weddings anthology, which included stories by fifteen USA Today, best-selling, and award-winning authors.

Two Hearts Surrendered independently earned 3-5★reviews from Readers’ Favorite, and has just become a #1 International Best Seller at Amazon, on 8 bestseller lists. Two Hearts Surrendered was also a New Adult Finalist in the Romance Reviews 2016 Reader’s Choice Awards.

Two Hearts Undone (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance #3) was released in May of 2016 by AA Publishing and was #1 in 8 Wounded Warrior categories at Amazon. This short story is also included in the Annie Acorn 2016 Romance Anthology.

That Unforgettable Kiss (Kissed by Fate Book 1) is a #1 International Best Seller, earned 3-5★editorial reviews from Readers' Favorite, and was the WINNER of The Romance Reviews Readers' Choice Award in New Adult Romance
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That Unforgettable Kiss is currently featured in the #1 bestselling A Touch of Passion, 8 full-length novels by USA Today, New York Times bestselling and multi-award winning authors. This anthology is a #1 Holiday Romance, and the WINNER of the 2016 Romance Reviews Reader’s Choice Award in Anthology Romance.

Tales of the Dragonfly In Tandem is a #1 Best Seller, and was a romance finalist at the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards, while Tales of the Dragonfly In Flight was a 2014 WINNER at the Readers' Favorite International Book Awards. In Flight will soon be rereleased by Blue Harvest Creative.

Her wounded warrior romances, Two Hearts Unspoken. Two Hearts Surrendered, and Two Hearts Undone have all become WINNERS at the 2016 READERS’ FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS.

Along with The Romance Reviews Readers’ Choice Award Winner, That Unforgettable Kiss, Two Hearts Surrendered and Two Hearts Unspoken were also finalists for the IAN Book of The Year.

Presently, Tamara’s working on Two Hearts’ Christmas Wish, the fourth story in her multi-award winning Two Hearts Wounded Warrior series, Emergence, the third book in the multi-award winning Tales of the Dragonfly Novels, and a novella for the next installment of the bestselling Wedding Pets and Kisses anthologies, featuring stories by multi-award winning, bestselling and USA Today authors.

Since she remains a full-time caregiver for an autistic son, you can usually find Tammy working at home, where she spends a lot of time not completing her numerous home improvement projects, because she's writing or helping author friends promote their books on twitter.

Book Review

Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

Two Hearts Unspoken is a contemporary military romance written by Tamara Ferguson. Beth didn’t know quite what to say when Jim finally proposed to her. Ever since Diamont Motors, her employer, announced that they’d be shutting down the Bloomington, Illinois plant, she had begun planning on a move to Crystal Rock, Wisconsin. She had family there and had even purchased a 4-storey Victorian on the lake. Leaving had seemed the easiest way to end things with Jim. He had never really warmed to Kyle, her twenty-year-old autistic son, and his plans for their married life didn’t include Kyle at all. Beth was excited about the vocational program Kyle would be participating in at Crystal Visions, and she couldn’t wait to finally see the house her cousin Cal had purchased on her behalf. When she and Kyle finally made the drive to their new hometown, they were a bit early for their appointment with Cal, so she took Kyle for a walk on Dragonfly Pointe Beach. She loved the beach and remembered the endless summers she had spent there. She was relieved to find that Kyle was relaxed and having a grand time as well, that is, until she realized he had tackled a man who had been walking his dog along the lake. When she ran up to see if he was okay, Beth was stunned by the effect the man, who introduced himself as Zach, was having on her. For his part, he was feeling just about the same.

Tamara Ferguson’s contemporary military romance novella, Two Hearts Unspoken, is a moving and beautifully written story about a romance between a wounded veteran and the mother of an autistic son, who have both moved to Crystal Rock for healing and a fresh start. I enjoyed seeing how the two of them felt that instant attraction despite the misgivings and insecurities each of them had, and loved seeing how their relationship grew. While this novella is categorized as a romance, it deals with two important and serious issues, namely the rehabilitation of veterans who bear both physical and mental scars from their tours of duty, and the lack of sufficient vocational opportunities for young people with autism, who all too often are shunted away into institutions instead of being surrounded by family. Two Hearts Unspoken is well-plotted and fits marvelously within the author's Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series. I had a grand time reading Two Hearts Unspoken and most highly recommend it.

Jessyca Garcia

Two Hearts Unspoken by Tamara Ferguson is about two things that are very dear to my heart. Autism and wounded warriors. In the story, Elizabeth Bowen is a single mom with a severely autistic son named Kyle. When Kyle is accepted at a school out of state that meets his needs, Elizabeth decides to move closer to it. It is there that she meets Zachary Logan, who is dealing with his own issues after being injured in the war.

I really enjoyed reading Two Hearts Unspoken. It is an easy going romance that leaves you with a smile. Ferguson did a great job talking about autism and wounded warriors. She touched on the struggles of what it is like having and dealing with a severely autistic child. Elizabeth was an awesome mom. I wish that everyone could be as understanding and accepting as Zach was.

Ferguson also talked about wounded warriors. Just because you cannot see a person’s injury does not mean that they are not suffering. I absolutely loved the character of Zach. In my eyes he was a true hero. I liked that he had low self-esteem due to his injuries because it made him seem more real to me. I wish that there were more books out there touching on these topics.

Overall, I thought this was a great story. Ferguson’s characters are loveable. All of them have personalities that cannot be contained to just this one story so I am glad that Ferguson continues their stories in other books. If you enjoy the romance genre, then I suggest you read this one.

Allyson R Abbott

Tamara has a way of using people's fears and weaknesses and creates a tale of love and commitment. She brings together couples who are shying away from relationships, because of scars, mental and physical, and allows them to find their strength of character to build a future without fears. Two Hearts Unspoken, carries a message to all mothers. People see you, not your child, if you will only look into their faces. Love comes from inside, so scarred bodies are not a barrier to a loving relationship. Well done Tamara, another best seller I think!--#1 Bestselling Author--Fiction and Nonfiction--Allyson R Abbott