Friday, December 27, 2013

*REVIEW* "Unspoken Bonds" by Michelle Grey

Reviewer: Donna

Rating: 5 Stars


Rachel is a speech interpreter for deaf patients at the hospital and she gets called in to work as a little girl has been admitted and she had a note pinned to her clothes saying her name and to care of her. They fine her uncle, Garrett who thought that Lily had died with her sister. Garrett asks Rachel to come and live with them and help him to get to know his niece and find out what happened and where had Lily been. There is attraction between Rachel and Garrett but the both have issue in their child hoods that they connect over.
This book was really good. I ended up staying up just to read it as I wanted to know what happened to Lily before she ended up at the hospital. There were so many secrets all through the book and the direction of the story always changed which made me want to continue reading. In some places, I felt that the story was taking a while to progress but apart from that I really enjoyed it and I can't wait to read some more books by this author.
Being summoned to the emergency room to interpret for deaf patients is nothing new for Rachel Mansfield. But finding herself interpreting for a scared, abandoned little girl with nothing but a note pinned to her shirt? Well, that’s a first.
An instant bond forms between them, and Rachel’s protective instincts kick into high gear as Lily’s mysterious past meets an uncertain future. As hours turn into days, Rachel’s biggest worry is that they won’t find Lily’s family. Until she meets Lily’s uncle, Garrett. Then he becomes her biggest worry.
Betrayed by his family, Garrett Staker knows his path. He’s plotted every step. And as he closes in on his most important business goal, one thing is certain -- his plan doesn’t include assuming responsibility for a niece who was presumed dead after his sister’s murder.
Despite the undercurrent of attraction, Rachel and Garrett are at odds over Lily’s future. But as Garrett’s business comes under attack from within, and the questions about Lily’s past loom larger, they must find a way to work together. Their lives, and Lily’s, depend on it.
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