Thursday, November 20, 2014

Motherless By Erin Healy

A whispering voice at the back of my mind reminds me that I’ve been this way for some time. Dead, that is.
The dead have a very broad view of the living, of actions performed out of sight, of thoughts believed to be private. I would know. Losing both parents is a trial no child should endure, and Marina and Dylan have endured enough. They deserve the one thing I could never give them: a mother’s love.
A mother’s love, and the truth.
My children have believed a lie about me for years and years. After all this time I can still feel their hurt in my heart. But the tether holding me to them is frayed from years of neglect . . . and I have to find a way to make my confession before it snaps.
But when the truth comes out, what other beasts will I unleash?
“Why do we lie to the children?” someone asked me once.
“To protect them,” I answered.
How terrible it is that they need protection from me.

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Erin Healy is the bestselling coauthor of Burn and Kiss (with Ted Dekker) and an award-winning editor for many bestselling authors. She is a member of ACFW and Academy of Christian Editors. Her novels include such thrilling stories as Never Let You Go, The Baker’s Wife, Stranger Things, and Motherless. She and her family live in Colorado. Facebook: erinhealybooks Twitter: @erinhealybooks

I hate to say this but I was so disappointed with this book.
Way to detailed, it left nothing to the imagination. The storyline was fantastic and I loved the characters. It just was way to wordy for me this is just my opinion. Just a little weird for me, but if you like Ted Dekker you may enjoy this read. If you are a fan of dark books then you may want to check this one out.
I like happy, more positive books myself.
I gave this book 3.5 stars.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.


  1. Not a fan of dark books at all! Thanks for your great honest review Mary!

    Judy B

  2. I am not a fan of those kind of books either Mary. I don't think that this is one that I would enjoy. Think I will pass. Thanks for the review.