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Charlotte Harris can't speak due to a quirk in her autistic brain, but that doesn't stop her from communicating with others. Unfortunately, it prevents her from achieving two of her dreams--to praise God through singing and to carry on a simple conversation with her own voice. Zakaria Rush is the new Director of Children's Ministries at Charlotte's church, and he can't keep his thoughts off the partially mute blonde with a love for guitar music. Her innocence and love of the simple things in life intrigue him and make him long to give her what she wants more than anything: her voice. Can Zakaria help Charlotte find the key to unlocking her ability to speak, or will his attempt to help her only lock away their chance for love?
2013 - 1st Place - Oklahoma RWA International Digital Award
firstname.lastname@example.org (Sunday, 01 January 2012)
What a unique storyline! E.A. West takes on an autistic heroine and develops the character with amazing insight and grace. Due to "a quirk in her
autistic brain," Charlotte can't speak, or use her voice to sing, as she so longs to do. Then along comes Zakaria… He's the new minister of
children's music at her church, and he and his guitar could be the key to unlocking Charlotte's silent world. This is an incredibly sweet romance,
profound and absolutely unforgettable—a bite-sized read that packs a super-sized emotional wallop. Don't miss it!
email@example.com (Wednesday, 30 November 2011)
This book, hands down, is one of the best I have read all year. It swept through my heart with so much power I found myself hating to see the story
end.rnrn rnIn the pages of The Key to Charlotte, author EA West has deftly explored the top of autism, and how people who suffer from autism--in this
case the lovely and musically inclined Charlotte Harris--are created in the image of God. They are more than worthy and capable of love, independence
and the fulfillment of God's plan for their lives. rnrnCharlotte works at a small church in Indiana. She's cleaning the facility when music comes to
her unexpectedly from the sanctuary. Zakaria Rush, the new Director of Children's Ministries, is playing his guitar. Instantly, and instinctively,
Zakaria treats Charlotte with respect and an easy sense of caring--caring that blooms quickly to an even deeper affection.rnrnThat affection is what
leads Zakaria to take her gentl
Donna B Snow (Friday, 28 October 2011)
What a wonderful story! With just a glimpse into the heart and mind of someone who has to deal with the world a little differently, I felt like Ms.
West shared a piece of God's love through her story. The pure emotion shared by Charlotte and Zak was like a cleansing rain on a hot summer day. She
helped me see the world through the eyes of a truly innocent heart. What a glorious vision that is!rnrnWell done, Ms. West! I loved it!