Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Words Spoken TrueWords Spoken True by Ann H. Gabhart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ann Gabhart outdid herself on this novel, "Words Spoken True"

I loved the story of Adriane Darcy as she grew up in her fathers shadow around the pressroom, you see he was a newspaper man, they say that this little girl could set type at a young age.
This woman stands ready to defend her daddy's newspaper no matter what, even if it means losing out on Love.
Yes, romance comes into the picture with Blake Garrett, a brash young editor from the North with a controversial style of reporting, he works at a competing newspaper and he and she seem to be always at odds with one another...sparks fly.
Neither one is ready to admit there could be a relationship somewhere in the middle of those sparks.
There are stories of a serial killer in their midst, and a ruthless man has political aspirations and doesn't care who he steps on or over to get there.  Civil unrest everywhere as a secret group band together to challange beliefs of the common man.
you will want to read this amazing story with all the emotional paragraphs and words spoken true, I hope we will hear more about Blake Garrett and Adriane in Ann Gabhart's words.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice review, Paula. Liked the way you hinted at some of the things going on without giving away any spoilers. Also love your header of the statue of the little girl reading. That was me when I was a kid. Nothing better than a book to take me on adventures.