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Posted January 18, 2012
A Silver Lining and Moving Story
The silver lining shines brightest when outlining the darkest cloud. Love is a beautiful thing. The innocence of high school love is the stuff of romance. When high school sweethearts bond and marry everyone is thrilled and excited. But, sadly to say, many of these marriages of high school sweethearts go awry…many switch from bliss to nightmare. Even in situations like this there is hope; a hope that transcends our understanding at times but still there. In ‘Unheard Cries – A Marriage Horror’ we see, first hand, the violence of a bad marriage and the rise of hope from that bleak shadow. ‘Unheard Cries – A Marriage Horror,’ is the account of Emma and Aaron. Emma, the sweet girl with a mild wild side and Aaron, the black sheep of his family with a hot temper were destined for marriage as they were never apart in high school. But not everyone is thrilled about their relationship as Emma’s parents are well aware of Aaron’s temper and rebel attitude. Emma is fully aware of who Aaron is and feels that she can change him. As the years pass Aaron becomes more violent toward her and their children. Will Aaron change? What will happen to Emma and her children? What will it take to stop the horror of this dysfunctional marriage? From the first word, Joyce Mitchell delivers a story packed full of emotion and passion. ‘Unheard Cries – A Marriage Horror’ will pull your heart strings as you relate and connect to the mistakes and triumphs of Emma and her family. Even Aaron, as he ages, is a character that will hold your attention as you hope for real change in him. With each passing page, it is virtually impossible not to feel remorse, anger, sadness, doubt, hope, and relief. The more you read the more your heart goes out to those suffering and living in situations similar to what unfolds here. The strength of ‘Unheard Cries – A Marriage Horror’ lies in the reality of the story itself. But buried in all the horror and sadness is the fires of hope, love, and life, this is truly inspiring. I recommend ‘Unheard Cries – A Marriage Horror.’Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.