Monday, June 17, 2013

Every Tear Review

Aside from the nagging and sometimes troubling memories and questions of his past, life for Will over the last year has been truly blessed. His relationship with Skye grows daily as he plans and prepares a future life for them. However, all he has envisioned is endangered by an unexpected stranger with a shocking identity. Suddenly, Will learns more about his past than he thought he'd ever know, but it comes at a steep price when he and everyone closest to him are thrown into the middle of a dangerous plot that threatens all their lives.  
Every Tear, the moving sequel to The Pirate Daughter's Promise, is an example of how God never leaves our side, even in our most troubling and sorrowful moments, taking every tear into account.
--From Molly Evangeline's Website


Every Tear is, in my opinion, even better than The Pirate Daughter's Promise. The plot is more complex, the adventure is more intense, and the ending even more satisfying.

I loved getting to spend more time with old friends...Will and Skye, Daniel, Matthew, John, Kate...and the new characters are great. I love the James family, particularly Emma. Another thing I loved about Every Tear is how it reveals Will's history. I love backstories, so I really liked learning Will's.

The plot is so complex and exciting there is hardly any downtime. There is practically always something happening. The emotions are intense, and I have to say, the bad guys make me really mad (that's a good thing). Throughout the whole book, even and especially at the worst times, the characters always turn to God.

Molly Evangeline weaves faith, romance, and adventure together into an amazing story for all ages. If you liked The Pirate Daughter's Promise, you will love Every Tear.

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