About the Book
Picking her life back up after a tragedy seems to be easy for Carly. At least on the outside.
She tries to keep her true brokenness hidden from the rest of the world.
An unexpected friendship leads into more than what she is ready for.
Together they work through their pain, but can she let go of the past long enough to see what is ahead?
The third book in the Cambrooke Series, it turned out to be my favorite of the three. In this story, Camp steps out a bit from the uncensored world of teenagers and their wild living when unsupervised, as opposed to books #1 and #2. She shows her skill as a writer who understands matters of the heart and portrays them beautifully and in a manner that works for the theme of the book.
Overcome is a story full of love, hope, faith, pain/sorrow, and redemption—each carefully knitted into the plot in just the right dose so that the reader is enthralled from start to finish. Though YA, there’s a maturity to this storytelling that makes it endearing to even adult readers that might be inclined to pay attention.
*Though I offer this review to the public, it is my opinion and simply that. My appreciation to Emily Camp, the Author, for a free copy in exchange for my honest opinion.*
About the Author
Emily lives in Ohio with her husband, two children and dog. When she isn’t writing she can be found on social networks, reading, or home schooling her two children.