Top Customer Reviews For Unfathomable Love

5.0 out of 5 stars Love Can Be Unfathomable
on August 29, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Those of us who read Linda’s book ‘Charge Of An Angel’ have been waiting to read ‘Unfathomable Love’. Main character Leona Tillard is now a young adult and on a journey to wholeness in her life. How does love factor into this journey and where does God fit into her life?

Meet the people in Leona’s young adult life including some from her childhood. You will be privy to letters and a narrative that might bring up memories of your own.

I quote not to spoil the story, but to enlighten you so you will want to read further.

“The next morning when I woke up everyone was gone. According to the note I found in the kitchen, they had gone to the grocery store. As I looked around at our home, my heart was heavy. The pain-free home I once visited had become a place of progressive doom. Dennis and I had brought misery to this house. They called it evil, I called it pure darkness. While I was looking in the refrigerator for something to drink, the home line phone rang. At first, I didn’t want to answer it. I felt like hiding myself for a while, but the phone kept ringing. Reluctantly, I answered it.”

Even the description of Leona’s “Grandma Tillard” might carry you back to your own childhood when a grandmother’s presence and warm embrace brought a sense of belonging, even when you didn’t know how lost you were.

Follow Leona as she graduates high school and joins the Army primarily as an escape. The green uniforms and rigid routines brought some level of isolation, but ultimately a new world emerged. This new world is filled with attractive, buff, single men with desires. The problem, how is she to find the right man and will he embrace love the same way she does?

When you read, allow Leona’s story to waken within your sub-conscious to things that might need a healing touch. Healing is a journey that takes a lifetime to achieve.

I, (Theodocia McLean) endorse ‘Unfathomable Love’ (Love and Redemption Series Book 2). I encourage you to read ‘Charge Of An Angel’ (Love and Redemption Series-Part 1) by Linda Diane Wattley. I purchased this book from a Kindle and completed this review on August 29, 2017. ‘Soldier With A Backpack: Living and Dying Simultaneously’ by Linda Diane Wattley is also a great read regarding Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.

Unfathomable Love (After The Storm Publishing Presents) (Love and Redemption Series Book 2)

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Deep Read on September 3, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition

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She Reveals Her Backback

FIFTY YEARS LATER I REVEALED MY BACKPACK AND TODAY, I HAPPILY OWN IT!

I am a living witness, it pays to know your total self. There is so much to us. We are truly multidimensional in the unseen realities of ourselves. It is best we each learn to spend time with ourselves and explore our vibrations, feelings, thought processes and follow our inner pain see what’s really going on twenty four seven. I own everything about me. I realize there is so much about me that makes me a unique presence in this world. I love me with all my heart and soul.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is actually our soul surviving the pains of life. The more we are determined to nurture ourselves inside and out the more we find the best way to deal with occurrences of discomfort. If you know yourself well enough, and are conscious of the terrors of memories embedded in our invisible realities, you can develop the best way to silence the nightmares. First of all, learn how to watch yourself having the experience. It is just like watching television, change the station. Find the needed tools to trigger a blatant shift of attention. Not only be conscious of your focus then but always.

For instance, when it is cold outside and you have to walk in it, are you going to focus on the coldness or are you going to focus on the blessedness of being alive, or sing a song, laugh whatever it takes to get your attention on something better. It is a must practice to manage PTSD. Life is about right now and right now can be alright the moment you allow it.

When I wrote “Soldier With a Backpack Living and Dying Simultaneously”, I knew it would a secret weapon to combat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in a very special and unique way. God asked a lot of me. He wanted the world to see what was in my backpack and how I owned it and kept it moving knowing in the end, everything in it made and is making me who I am today. Happy! Blessed! Loved! Free! Anointed! Graced! Pleased!

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Soldier front coverI LOVE THIS REVIEW!

In the end this reviewer knew what is in my backpack!

Review Title: Soldier with a King James Bible

By Cat Shannon on November 6, 2015

“Author Linda Wattley has been through hell and listens to heaven to guide her way

back. It’s amazing that for the amount of pain and loss she has endured, her voice is full

of hope that she and all people can overcome the “what” and become the “who” they

are: survivors. Aspiring to find peace within the heart. Many look to religion to heal, but

most would settle for the coping mechanism Wattley has developed. Her optimism over

victimization should be bottled because too many of us would just give up. She is a

damaged but gentle soul and she wants to share her suffering and insight in hope of

throwing out a lifeline to those struggling to hang on.”

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I JUST WANT TO BE FREE TO SPREAD THE WORD:
THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO EXIST NO MATTER WHERE WE ARE TODAY.

We lost another soldier to PTSD

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