A Review of More Than Words Can Say by Karen Witemeyer

I had the honor of being a member of Karen Witemeyer's launch team for this outstanding novel. Thank you, Karen Witemeyer and Bethany House Publishing for the privilege.

More Than Words Can Say is a delightful read, I'm sharing my review to give you several reasons why I adore this book.

Karen Witemeyer is one of my favorite authors, she never fails to delight me page by page, and novel by novel.

Her heroines are smart, witty, industrious and flawed, imperfection makes them more realistic. In this novel, Abigail Kemp owns a bakery in Honey Grove, Texas and has the need for a certain someone to help her business and she has the ingenuity and grit to make it happen. She's smart as she chooses a begrudging, but loveable man, Zacharias Hamilton, to aide her with her plan. 

Speaking of Zach, Zacharias Hamilton has emotional baggage he needs to discard, and through a series of events, this swoon-worthy character comes to peace with them with a little help from Abigail.

If you've read Karen Witemeyer's books about the Archer Family, you know how these strong characters make for a great novel. In my opinion, Zach's heart,  and mettle toward anyone going against his family makes him a stand-out in this novel.

More Than Words Can Say is the second in A Patchwork Family series, it can be read in order or as a stand-alone. It is a wonderful book of overcoming obstacles to find love, a stronger faith, and families facing adversity together. I was sad when this book ended, but I'll try to be patient until this talented author's next book is published.  

I received this book from the publisher but was under no obligation to post a review or write a blog post.

Happy reading, friends! I'd love to hear about a novel that stands-out to you.


  1. What a good review! I always love Karen Witemeyer's stories. Thanks for sharing about this new one. I bet it was fun to be on her street team.

    1. Thank you, Barbara. It was a lot of fun, she's a really nice person. Very interactive with her group, which is wonderful. Hope all is well with you.


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