The Road to Testament Ashlynne Rothschild grew up with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth Smart and sassy Ashlynne expects to inherit the Park Avenues magazine empire But her family has other ideas Feeling she needs

  • Title: The Road to Testament
  • Author: Eva Marie Everson
  • ISBN: 9781426757983
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ashlynne Rothschild grew up with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth Smart and sassy, Ashlynne expects to inherit the Park Avenues magazine empire But her family has other ideas Feeling she needs to understand the world beyond, they ship her off to Testament, North Carolina, for a little learning about life William Decker grew up in a small town with dreams ofAshlynne Rothschild grew up with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth Smart and sassy, Ashlynne expects to inherit the Park Avenues magazine empire But her family has other ideas Feeling she needs to understand the world beyond, they ship her off to Testament, North Carolina, for a little learning about life William Decker grew up in a small town with dreams of big city success But when the spoiled Ashlynne falls under his authority, her big city ways aren t so appealing Ashlynne s attempt at learn normal ends with a wounded spirit, while William s reach for the stars attitude ends with a wounded heart When these two journalists go head to head, the race is on to see if either will succeed in getting what they really want.

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    1. It’s funny sometimes how books find their way to me. This book was one that I received from the author because she stole my question during an author chat that we were both attending. I told her since she stole my question, that she owed me her newest book. About a week later, “The Road to Testament” was in my mailbox and I was on my way to reading, and now reviewing, this book.Unlike most people her age, Ashlynne has her life all planned out. Working for her family magazine, she knows tha [...]

    2. Ashlynne is prodded out of her comfort zone and sent to work on a country town newspaper to develop some 'people' skills her grandma thinks she may be lacking. She accepts the challenge, although William Decker, the grandson of her grandma's old partners, is almost more than she can handle.From the blurb, I'd half expected Ashlynne to be a stereotyped entitled princess type of character who looks down her nose at everyone and needs to be taken down a peg or two during the story. Was I wrong! I w [...]

    3. About this book: “Ashlynne Rothschild grew up with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth. Smart and sassy, Ashlynne expects to inherit the "Park Avenues" magazine empire. But her family has other ideas. Feeling she needs to understand the world beyond, they ship her off to Testament, North Carolina, for a little learning about life." William Decker grew up in a small town with dreams of big-city success. But when the spoiled Ashlynne falls under his authority, her big city ways aren’t so [...]

    4. Eva Marie Everson is one of my fave authors – I’ve been reading her for many years. The Road to Testament, the latest in this prolific writer’s arsenal of great Southern fiction, is one you’ll enjoy. Get yourself a glass of ice-cold sweet tea, find a comfortable rocking chair, and sit back to enjoy Ashlynne’s journey from up-scale Winter Park, FL – where she is known for her work on Parks & Avenues, a posh local magazine – to Testament, NC, for six months – where she is slate [...]

    5. I received an ARC of The Road to Testament and was already hearing good things from other ARC readers. I was really excited when my copy arrived and couldn't wait to dive into it. Before beginning to read, I was wondering if I would like our heroine. I knew she had been born with the proverbial "silver spoon" and assumed we would have a spoiled unlikable lady. There is a reason we aren't supposed to assume. :) Not far into the book, I realized that I was going to like her. She had sass and spunk [...]

    6. I loved this book! It has a great storyline and such a lovely cover. Spoiled Ashlynne will inherit her family's empire and she's definitely ready for it however, her family decides to send her to a small town in North Carolina to learn about "real" life. She meets William who dreams of moving away to the big city. The two eventually learn valuable lessons. The author writes so well and describes the inner pain of her characters that those around them aren't aware of. She has a way of bringing pe [...]

    7. Eva Marie Everson's Road to testament isn't just any read—it's an experience of Southern charm. With unforgettable characters, you'll explore the small town of Testament, NC, dipping your toes in the waters of tradition inherent to the South. Novel Rocket and I give it our highest recommendation. It's a 5-star read and going on my Top Ten for 2014 List.

    8. The Road to Testament by Eva Marie Everson is my kind of book. It has the right amount of conflict, hero and heroine banter, and moments to make me laugh out loud. ASHLYNNE ROTHSCHILD must prove she’s ready to take over her father’s position in the family magazine business. That means becoming a people person. The question is: how can she relate to others if she’s so out of touch with the world around her? She thinks barbeque has only one meaning, for Pete’s sake. No wonder she’s sent [...]

    9. ARC received courtesy of giveawayI really enjoyed this book. It was a nice, predictable romance with a mystery or two thrown in the mix. Although I generally avoid signing up for Christian fiction, I signed up for this one without realizing it. However, the book was not preachy or offensive in it's message and I really appreciate that. Ashlynne is sent to Testament, North Carolina, by her family to learn to be part of a community and to learn to be a friend. William, the editor of the small new [...]

    10. The charming Christian town of Testament is filled with likable characters who readers will wish they could join for a glass of sweet tea and small talk. Will is particularly complex in his desire for the simplicity of small-town life, and it is his past that proves most interesting.Ashlynne Rothschild is used to being judged for her family’s wealth and the expectation that she is a spoiled princess. But that doesn’t keep her feelings from being hurt when she arrives in Testament, N.C to wor [...]

    11. This was my first book by this author and definitely not my last. I really loved her writing. It was smooth and drew me right in. I loved the characters and the fun interactions. I loved everything about this sweet fish out of water tale :) the only part I didn't care for was the "big" thing that supposedly happened in middle school that messed this character up to her early 30's! I thought since she let it color her life so much it was a very traumatic experience. Instead it turned out to be! S [...]

    12. I received "The Road to Testament" by Eva Marie Everson as a free advanced reader copy. If you're looking for a light entertaining book that is positive and clean, this is a great book. The story was very easy to get into and I always wanted to pick up the book and continue reading. The characters were interesting and varied. They describe the main character as spunky, but honestly, I thought she was overly cautious and not spunky at all. Despite that comment, I enjoyed the book which took me in [...]

    13. I really enjoyed the small town, southern storyline. The characters were well developed. The dialog between characters could have occurred in any southern town. There were several story plots which keep it interesting. All the characters were likable. What I didn't like were the unresolved, in my opinion, issues. I also did not like the presumed happily-ever-after-ending. Perhaps I'm expecting a romance novel rather than a novel about a spoiled girl who typically runs from her problems staying p [...]

    14. I won The Road to Testament by author Eva Marie Everson on First Reads for free and to review.The Road to Testament was an enjoyable read. It was equal parts romance, scandal and mystery. It had a wonderful small southern town feeling. I really enjoyed the romance and both Ashlynne's and William's characters. The romance was slow to bloom but believable and intense. There was a wide assortment of side characters so this story could continue on and feature others as leads easily. The only part I [...]

    15. I fell in love and just want more! This book by Eva Marie Everson is not just a romance, though that’s in there. In Testament you will find historical cover ups, personal struggles with worth, the importance of football in the South, ethical struggles, and a little danger that lands our leading lady in a broom closet.There are so many layers to these characters—I feel like we just scratched the surface and then the book was done. I do hope the future holds Another Trip to Testament—we sure [...]

    16. The Road to Testament was my first Eva Marie Everson novel. I was not disappointed. Her colorful characters full of strong conviction and southern charm are endearing. Their playful exchange coupled with an unassuming romance and a century old scandal makes it a fun read. Everson’s masterful weaving of a greater message throughout the story―straightforward but never preachy―is refreshing. The Road to Testament left me wanting more. Until then, for me, it’s on to Chasing Sunsets.

    17. I received this book through Goodread's first reads program. I really enjoyed this story and found it very refreshing as compared to what I've been reading lately. My only complaint about the story is that it ended too soon! LOL I wouldn't mind reading the continuation of Ashlynne's adventures and life. I look forward to reading more from this author.

    18. Another very good book by Ms Everson she makes the characters so real. So glad when Ashlynne decided to stay in Testament and start a relationship with William and continue at the paper. Keep the good books coming

    19. Good story and characters. Hard to believe that a lady from Florida knew so little about football! The ending felt a bit rushed.

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