Will Not See Review and Giveaway!!

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I’m not sure what I am more excited about. The fact that Chautona’s on the blog today, the fact that I got to read another one of her stories, or the fact that she has the most awesome giveaway! If you don’t know Chautona, then you need to meet her. And while I’ve never met her in person, I have “met” her online, and she is just so sweet. She’s also a straight shooter, has a wonderfully funny personality, and some might even call quirky (I happen to love that in a person). I have to say, if the opportunity ever presents itself to meet her (and I hope it does soon), I am going to jump at the chance. I can see myself laughing pretty much the entire time, and when we’re not laughing, I know she’s someone I can also have some serious discussions with.

Now…..for her book. Which I love. By the way. Again, have you met Chautona? Read her books. Soon. Scratch that. Read them today!

About the Book

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Book title: Will Not See

Author: Chautona Havig

Release date: August 29, 2017

Genre: Christian Fiction / contemporary / suspense (light)

When Vikki Jeffries wakes up in a Rockland hotel with no idea of who she is and why she can’t remember… well, anything, the Rockland medical community begins to take a closer look at what may have happened to cause a second case of inexplicable amnesia.

But for Vikki, this is more than a medical anomaly–it’s her life. What is she doing in Rockland, thousands of miles away from her home in Apache Junction, Arizona? Who is she? Why is no one looking for her? Or are they?

Will Not See: Not everything is as it seems.

My Perspective

The saga continues here in book two, and I have to say that this story line is really grabbing my attention. It is unlike anything I have read before, and I am just into it. Two women now that don’t have memory of their past. Two women that aren’t really sure what is going on. And oh yeah, let’s add the suspense of someone lurking about Vikki! So instead of just trying to figure out what happened to these women, I feel like I am trying to solve a bigger puzzle. For the record – I am loving it.

In reading this book you get to see almost everyone’s POV. To be honest, I am not sure how I felt about that. I think it might have been more suspenseful maybe to not have the bad guy’s POV, but then again it added this depth to the storyline and I found it interesting to read. It gave little clues here and there to Vikki’s past that wouldn’t have otherwise surfaced. And that made the mystery all the more inviting.

I’m not going to lie. I was disappointed in the ending. It was kind of a cliff hanger, and while I understand the importance of that when you have another installment coming out, I released one of those frustrated sighs when I was finish. Once of those, “How long do I have to wait for the next one to come out?” I’m hoping that the next book answers all my questions, and confirms all of my thoughts. In all honesty, I am just excited about it. I want to see how Chautona puts it all together, and how the new character handles everything.

Highly recommend this book to those that are looking for something different, something fun, and something intriguing. But make sure you start with book one if you hadn’t. You could probably get by without it, but this book was so much better having the background knowledge.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

About the Author


Author of the Amazon bestselling Aggie and Past Forward Series, Chautona Havig lives and writes in California’s Mojave Desert. With dozens of books to her name, Chautona spends most of her time writing, but when she takes the rare break, she can be found reading, sewing, paper crafting, or sleeping and dreaming of finishing the dozens of books swirling in her overly-active imagination at any given moment


Guest Post from Chautona Havig

The circle of death swirls on the screen and it shifts. The bank balance appears, and with it, my heart sinks. It’s been a tough few months, financially. The bottom line proves it.

My reaction? Inhale. Exhale. “Okay, now we know the worst. We can do something about it.”

My husband, on the other hand, suffers a definite blow. Kevin might not sleep that night. Instead, he’ll mull over what we could have done differently, how we can make changes, if he’s a failure at this thing called life. He’ll pray—for hours.

They say ignorance is bliss. And sometimes, that’s true. It’s also a personality thing, I think. I tend to be a “let me have your worst” kind of gal. But when the negative arrives, I also tend to want to shield Kevin from it all. I don’t know how he can worry so much. He can’t fathom how I can turn it off.

But sometimes those personality things go deeper—into what can be serious faults. It has been said,

“There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.”

Or, in the words of Jeremiah,

“Now hear this, O foolish and senseless people, who have eyes but do not see, who have ears but do not hear.”

What does this have to do with not seeing?

As I work on the Sight Unseen series, one recurring theme happens, of course. Memory loss—the removal of all insight into one’s past. You can hear who you were, be informed of what you did and why others think you did it, but you can’t know your own self the way you once did. It’s a fresh slate, and it can be a good thing in some respects.

Those around you can now see the difference between habits and personality traits—true dislikes and those conditioned by life. What might have been a fear once could be gone if the cause of that fear is blotted out.

But even for these fictional characters, truth doesn’t change. In None So Blind, Ella takes her memory loss and uses it as an opportunity to reinvent herself, if you will. And you know what? If you asked her family about it, they’d tell you that it fits her personality. That take-charge, gotta get ’er done attitude Dani may have used in different ways, but both “manifestations” of the woman had those qualities. Sure, Ella’s was tempered by recent experience, but not much.

Vikki Jeffries, is almost the antithesis of Ella in that respect.

The past is in the past. It scares her. Is it because she doesn’t know it? Because she’s frightened by the unknown? We don’t know. But what we do know is anything associated with that past, even the few very personal items she finds, she rejects. It’s as if ignorance of them will protect her from them. Where Ella runs to face her problems, Vikki runs from them.

But despite those differences, I find it interesting that both women did the same thing, basically—just at different times.

Before her “episode,” Ella chose to blind herself to her faults. She knew them. Lived with them daily, but couldn’t face or address them. So, she “refused to see.”

Vikki—we don’t know. But I think the story shows that she couldn’t blind herself to truth before her episode. As much as she might have ached to, she just couldn’t. Now that the opportunity is here, however, she grasps it and if she insists on squeezing her eyes shut indefinitely, it may cost her everything—her life. Her soul.

Philippians 4:8, “…whatever is true.”

They say ignorance is bliss. Well, “they” also say, “Truth hurts.” And sometimes it does. But so do the consequences of that ignorance. I guess the next time the bank balance dips low, I won’t be handling the fallout alone. Then again, one can always pray that it doesn’t dip low! I think we’ll start there.

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To celebrate her tour, Chautona is giving away a grand prize of the None So Blind Paperback,
the Will Not See Paperback, a Journaling Bible (Choice of KJV or NLT), Prismacolor Pencils,
and a Christian Hymns Album!! Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries! https://promosimple.com/ps/bd17

8 thoughts on “Will Not See Review and Giveaway!!

  1. Love Chautona Havig’s books and I know Will Not See will be another great one. Thanks for the review and the guest post as well as the chance to win an amazing New Release Giveaway!

  2. Good news… the next book should answer all questions (at least the ones I intended to spark!) as well as tell Simon’s story! Squee! first half of 2018 here we come!

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