REVIEW: The Road to Testament by Eva Marie Everson


Ashlynne Rothschild is sent to Testament, NC as a test of her comfort zone.  Her grandmother and father, which whom she is in a family magazine business, challenge her to go back to the family roots and make some friends, work on a sister publication, and find her journalistic calling.  Ashlynne quickly encounters some culture shock, which she handles well, and several new friends.  The road she’s on gives her a chance to take stock of herself and where she should be headed.  In her words, the “normal” folks of the town of Testament give her a chance to find herself.  And, her journalism background puts into a couple of stories that could rock Testament if revealed.  The story was enjoyable and has left me wanting more of it.

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