Unspoken By: Dee Henderson

If you are a fan of Dee Henderson’s books you will also enjoy this one, although her writing style has changed since previous books she still holds true to her attention to detail. Bryce Graham is bored with his everyday, running the coin shop and going about life has become boring, and with it he finds himself considering finding something else to do, and than Charlotte Graham appears, and with her a collection of coins that Bryce could only ever dream of seeing. Charlotte has asked him to sell all the coins, and as time goes on he finds that Charlotte isn’t who she claims to be, that there is something she isn’t saying.

Unspoken has strong characters that are enjoyable to read their story, many times things are hinted about their past but you never learn more which is a little disappointing as well as connections that become obvious later on in the book. I enjoyed this book a lot, however it was not quite the page turner that I have come to expect from Henderson. Lately her books seem more focused on the characters which is great but it leaves pieces of the plot lacking. With that being said, it is still worth reading and checking out!


I received this book complimentary from Bethany House publishing through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.