Words Spoken TrueAnn H. Gabhart
Adriane Darcy was practically raised in her father's newspaper offices. She can't imagine life without the clatter of the press and the push to be first to write the news that matters. Their "Tribune" is the leading paper in Louisville in 1855. Then Blake Garrett, a brash yo... Read More
When Adriane and Blake meet at a benefit tea, their surprising mutual attraction is hard to ignore. Still, Blake is the enemy, and Adriane is engaged to the son of a powerful businessman who holds the keys to the "Tribune"'s future. Blake will stop at almost nothing to get the story--and the girl. Can he do both before it's too late?
Set against the volatile backdrop of political and civil unrest in 1850s Louisville, this exciting story of love and loyalty will hold readers in its grip until the very last page. Bestselling author Ann H. Gabhart once again delivers an enthralling and enduring tale for her loyal and ever-expanding fan base.
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Jan 5, 2012
- UPC: 9780800720452
- Height: 1.00
- Width: 5.50
- Length: 8.50
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 356
- Publish Date: Feb 1, 2012
- Language: English
- BISAC: "FIC027050"
- ISBN: 0800720458
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- Word Spoken True by Ann H Gabhart by squiresj on 2/21/2012
Adriane's Dad wanted her to marry Stanley because he was wealthy but Adriance did not love him. Yet she kept trying to please her Dad.
Blake Garret, a young editor working for an opposing newspaper at meets Adriance at a benefit meeting. But Blake is her Dad's enemy and opponent of his newspaper.
There is evil unrest due to this this time period and Irish immigrants entering the town. The Irish are not liked by most of the people and young Irish girls are turning up murdered. It will take to the end of the story until you figure out who was doing it.
Stanley's Dad runs for Senate. A riot breaks out, events unfold that lead to the person doing the murders. At the last part of the book you will be unable to put down so this is a warning to read it when you plan to be awake.
It takes a while to set stage before the book grips you. Then you cannot quit reading. Faith is woven throughout the whole story. A very good read.