Review: Unconditional by Tanya Eavenson

When I first started reading this book, I wasn’t sure I was going to like it. The process to healing is painful at times, and yet, in the end, every minute of every hour is worth it to be whole again. So went Tanya Eavenson’s debut novel Unconditional. Every minute I read was worth it as the story revealed a man and woman struggling with their identities in Christ, surrendering their desires for a greater good, and repenting and asking forgiveness from those they hurt.

This is not a sweet, carefree romance, but so worth the read.

About the book:

He will fight for her at any cost… 

Elizabeth Roberts can’t remember her past, and the present is too painful. She turns to nightclubs and drinking to forget her infant daughter’s death, her husband’s affair.

When his wife’s coma wiped out the memory of their marriage, Chris Roberts found comfort elsewhere. He can’t erase his betrayal, but with God’s help he’s determined to fight for Elizabeth at any cost. 

She wants to forget. He wants to save his marriage. Can they trust God with their future and find a love that’s unconditional?

Rating: 5 stars