A timeless tale of survival romance and incredible hardship. If you like survival stories firmly rooted in reality and epic in love, this standalone might be for you.
“There is a message for everything. From handwritten to verbal, seen and unseen. Messages exist all around us.”
But what if you don’t see?
What if you don’t understand?
What if, by ignoring the message, your life is never the same again?”
Estelle Evermore morphed from nobody to somebody overnight.
Galloway Oak put his past behind him and endeavoured to make his fortune using his trade.
Multiple unseen messages.
From sky to island, they find neither fame nor skills can save them. Stripped from society and left alone to survive the elements, the very task of staying alive outweighs all other needs.
Until survival turns to desire.
And desire turns to danger.
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Pepper Winters is the queen of dark, gritty and sinister… and omg, she does it so well! And for that I absolutely frickin’ LOVE her. But Unseen Messages, well, it’s not dark, gritty, or sinister. And yet I knew, being Pepper, she would NAIL it. And you know what? She did more than that. She freaking OWNED it.
Let me tell you what Unseen Messages is… It’s unexpected, it’s beautiful, it’s life, it’s survival, it’s fighting, it’s family, it’s loneliness. It’s regrets, heartache and loss. It’s uncertainty. It’s clarity. It’s finding peace and losing hope, all in one little package.
It is everything.
The blurb is cryptic, and rightly so. I’m not going to go into the story line because discovery is the best part of reading a story, especially this story. I will say that Estelle and Galloway are faced with something unthinkable, unforeseeable!! But was it really unforeseeable? Had they have read the signs, listened to the Unseen Messages, then maybe it wouldn’t have been so unthinkable, maybe it would have been avoided. But the point is is that we, as humans, ignore warning signs everyday, we choose not to see them. Chalk them up to just being paranoid, the universe doesn’t give us messages, that’s laughable. But is it?
I adored this story. I laughed, I cried, I felt, I sobbed, I was scared, I was hopeful, I was needy, I desired. Pepper took my heart on a journey and I loved every single second of it!