Linda Goodnight’s ‘The Memory House’ Empowers Readers to Change [REVIEW]
February 17, 2016 Leave a comment
Linda Goodnight’s The Memory House is a sweet, tender tale about finding love in places one may never suspect.
Time and unforeseen occurrences have left Eli Donovan and his son Alex battle torn. However, they both want to make a new start, beginning with their relationship.
Eli meets Julia Presley at the Peach Orchard Inn when he arrives looking for work. Her own son went missing several years ago and her marriage became a shell of what it once was. Suddenly, her life became monotonous, until she finds a series of old letters in a trunk.
The letters date back to the Civl War, and together Eli and Julia get lost in their pages. Soon, the tale within unfolds, and the couple finds itself immersed in the love story therein.
Goodnight challenges her protagonists to look at themselves and reach out to the gift of love that is blossoming between them. The author points out that although choices may forever alter our perspective, a life well lived is one where chances are taken.
Readers are destined to love the motivational, inspiring story of The Memory House. Goodnight proves through Eli and Julia that the jagged feelings of loss don’t have to define our future. Rather, we all have the potentiality to make positive changes regardless of our circumstances.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Linda Goodnight is the RITA Award winning author of the Redemption River and Whisper Falls series of books, as well as the new Honey Ridge books which include The Memory House and the forthcoming The Rain Sparrow.
Her romance novels have been translated into more than a dozen languages, appeared on the Christian bestseller list, and won numerous awards including the Booksellers’ Best, ACFW Book of the Year, and a Reviewers’ Choice Award from Romantic Times Magazine.
A former nurse and teacher, she enjoys writing fiction that carries a message of hope and light in a sometimes dark world. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Oklahoma. Visit her home on the Web at lindagoodnight.com, like her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.