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Monday, January 25, 2010

Author Wendy VanHatten Reviews “The Healing Touch” by Jenna Anderson

The Healing Touch by Jenna Anderson
Divorced mother of one, Tracy Campbell is trying her best to stay out of small town gossip. A mysterious lump on her throat is making it hard. Handsome Dr. Jeremy Nelson is making it harder.               

Enjoyable from start to finish, Healing Touch, engages the reader on many levels. It’s almost impossible not to find yourself telling the main character what to do as you follow her ups and downs throughout the book. One minute you are excited for her and the next you are silently telling her what a fool she has just been.

Even if you didn’t grow up in a small town, you probably know someone who did. Accurately portrayed by Anderson, small town Midwest and her local gossip character will sound familiar to many. Once again Anderson captures the essence of what it’s like to never leave the town you were born and raised in, issues you face and how outsiders are viewed.

Anyone who has kids will relate to issues the main character faces as she juggles her family time with her personal life. Throw in some romance and it all gets turned upside down.

Although a short quick read, Healing Touch provides more than just another romance. Chances are readers will relate on some level to this tale that mimics real life.

Reviewed By:
Wendy VanHatten
Freelance Editor and Author

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Wendy for the great review!

    I'm glad you enjoyed it.



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