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Lined with Silver Audiobook

Lined with Silver: An LDS Novel

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Publisher's Summary

Sondra is secure in her world as a successful attorney in civil law. Her sister, Nikki, is facing the death of her husband, Brad, through cancer. She has tried to carry embryos created before Brad's chemo started. When her fertility doctor suggests a surrogate mother, she asks Sondra.

Not wanting to lose her LDS clients as a single mother, Sondra turns to someone she had met years before. Zack has his own reasons for an arranged marriage. Despite their rocky beginning, can Zack and Sondra find the kind of love that will last forever?

©2014 Roseanne Evans Wilkins (P)2015 Roseanne Evans Wilkins

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    A Voracious Reader USA 05-01-16 Member Since 2007
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    "A romance with a twist"

    This engaging LDS story is about Sondra who is secure in her single world as a successful civil attorney in civil law. Sondra's world is turned upside down when her sister, who is struggling with infertility, approaches her about being a surrogate mother. She would like to help her sister, but she works for an old-fashioned law office with an old-fashioned clientele. They would frown on a pregnant, single attorney.

    Enter Zack, a computer engineer looking to find a way to keep his grandmother in her home. Saundra knew him years ago--and crushed over for years. They find themselves sitting together on a flight to DC and reconnect, learning of each other's situations. Sondra needs a husband to explain the pregnancy; Zack needs to be married to meet the demands his father has placed in his will about executorship--and who has the power to place Granny in a "home."

    Wilkins manages to provide a believable scenario where two modern adults might really agree to a marriage of convenience. It's fun to see the two of them fall in love as they get to know each other again. There's the obvious complication of not admitting to the other how they really feel. It also raised some interesting options relating to fertility--you'll have to read the book to find out what those are.

    There's also an interesting mystery relating to a dangerous stalker which gives the story an interesting twist. I'll just say to have your tissues nearby. I rate it 4 1/2 stars.

    I received an audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Lindzee 09-07-15
    Lindzee 09-07-15
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    "interesting look at surrogacy"
    Any additional comments?

    This book was an interesting look at surrogacy with an LDS perspective. Though at times it was difficult to suspend my disbelief, I appreciated the way the author examined multiple aspects of surrogacy and some of the issues and concerns that it raises, especially from a Gospel perspective. The romance was very sweet and best of all, clean! This book also featured interesting settings and a dash of suspense.

    3.5 stars raised to four. I received a free audio copy in exchange for my honest review.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Amazon Customer 10-19-17
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    "Bad narration and a choppy story"

    The narrator was terrible. His voices for many characters sounded identical and didn't match the personalities that he was reading about. The story jumped around so much and was hard to follow at times. The ending happens so quickly and the mystery that had been plaguing the main character the entire story is wrapped up in about 1 paragraph. Disappointing for an LDS novel.

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    Diane C. 07-13-17
    Diane C. 07-13-17
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    "Was this written by a 13 year old?"

    While the plot was interesting the dialogue, overly described unimportant items and the awful narration made this book hard to finish. The dialogue was unrealistic, no one talks like that! The reader had inappropriate inflection or no inflection at all. I would not recommend listening to this book to anyone. Maybe it would have been slightly better to have read it myself.

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    Kballred 12-14-16
    Kballred 12-14-16 Member Since 2014
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    "Kind of predictable"

    Not the best book. The story line was predictable from the start and also kind of dragged out. Some of the medical information in the story was not correctly stated and just over all poorly written. Also I hate when a man narrates a book that is written in a woman's view. It never works.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Melanie J Jensen 11-28-16
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    "Good story but wooden performance"

    I enjoyed the plot a lot even though it was predictable. The reader was a man when it should have been a woman since the story was from a female point of view, (except for the prologue).

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    Cynthia Hawks 10-22-16 Member Since 2015
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    "Captivating and clean!"

    First LDS romance novel. I couldn't stop listening. I highly recommend this book. Narration was genuine.

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    Bonnie E. Bennett 05-04-15 Member Since 2015
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    "Good story but needed a female reader."
    Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

    The story is great, but something about this guy's voice just doesn't work for the characters in the book. The main character is female and I think a female voice would have been better.


    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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