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Author:
Ann H. Gabhart
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978-0800720452
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Revell; Original edition (February 1, 2012)
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The doctor had dug the bullet out of his shoulder. He’d poked and prodded around on her father’s head and pulled up his eyelids to peer at his eyes. He’d listened to his heart and checked for broken. Through it all her father had shown no sign of life other than the rising and falling of his chest. But surely as long as he was breathing, there was hope. She had to believe there was hope, even though Dr. Hammon wouldn’t quite meet her eyes as he packed up his instruments and told her to send for him if there was any change.

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Can he do both before it's too late? Words Spoken True: A Novel - eBook (9781441235985) by Ann H. Gabhart is the bestselling author of several novels, including Angel Sister, The Outsider, The Believer, The Seeker, and The Blessed

Can he do both before it's too late? Words Spoken True: A Novel - eBook (9781441235985) by Ann H. Gabhart is the bestselling author of several novels, including Angel Sister, The Outsider, The Believer, The Seeker, and The Blessed. She lives with her husband a mile from where she was born in Kentucky.

I've come to expect wonderful books from Ann Gabhart, and her latest historical romance, Words Spoken True, doesn't disappoint. In this novel, Gabhart gives readers a peek into the lives of two news reporters-one a man and one a woman-both intent upon creating the best newspaper in Louisville, Kentucky. Amid unsolved murders, riots, and adversity, the ability to trust each other and trust God is put to the test. Gabhart weaves a story that is a page turner from beginning to end. This is one you'll highly recommend to friends

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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 young editor from the North with a controversial new style of reporting, takes over failing competitor the Herald, and the battle for readers gets fierce.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.
  • I haven't read any of Ann H. Gabhart's other novels, but after reading Words Spoken True, I look forward to reading more of her books in the future.

    I found Words Spoken True to be very unique and enjoyable to read. While it's a historical novel, there was a lot of suspense (and I do mean a LOT), in part because of the serial killer named "The River Slasher" and trying to catch him/her. I don't think I've ever read a historical book before that had a serial killer in it... or even heard of one.

    And while Words Spoken True was heavy on the suspense (which I loved) it also had much romance - so for those who love romantic books, this is for you!

    There are a few really intimate scenes (i.e. a marriage being consummated) and while I didn't love these scenes being in the book, it fit the story and wasn't explicit - so I didn't have a problem with it.

    Ann Gabhart had great characters in Words Spoken True - I loved them! My favorites were Adriane, Blake, Beck, and Duff (oh, and Mr. O'Mallory, the old dog!). The way Blake and Adriane acted toward one another from the beginning was just hilarious and sweet! Yes, their papers were enemies, but in spite of that, they both felt attractions toward each other.

    "The River Slasher" was really, really creepy... how he/she was so cold and evil was just horrible! I was very uncertain about what might happen at the end of the book and found Words Spoken True hard to put down!

    Words Spoken True was a great book that I absolutely loved reading! I am very much hoping for a sequel and I recommend it if you enjoy romance novels with suspense! :)

    *I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my review. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*

    "Available February 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group."

  • Today is about Words Spoken True by Ann H. Gabhart. Adriane Darcy has grown up in the Newspaper business because of her Father. She has been drawn to writing and stories for as long as she can remember. The only problem with that is that in the day and age she is in, a lady isn't in this kind of work! She should be at home cooking or married and raising a family, not wanting to involved in a newspaper. That would just be close to scandalous! Crime and politics are things a lady shouldn't think of much less dream of writing about or getting a "scoop" for a breaking story.

    So to avoid lifelong complications and serious scandals, Adriane's Father starts pushing her to wed her suitor. After all, Stan's Father owns their newspapers's competition. That would look good, and keep her closer to a newspaper with out being in one. But Adriane isn't sure she wants to marry Stan for several reasons and she is a woman who has grit. She likes to defend and stand up for what she believes in and what she feels God wants to her to do. Besides that, there is Blake. Blake her is a rival, and yet a man she is very drawn towards.

    While Adriene works to uncover the truth, and pursue her story, she is also working through her own life story of who she will marry, trust and what God has in store for her. The historic part of this book was good, and it had just enough mystery and suspense to make it fun.

  • I really enjoyed this book. It had suspense ( although I figured out who The River Slasher was before he was revealed).
    It had romance but the intimate scenes were more implied than explicitly described. I hate books that take a chapter to explicitly describe the sexual act between the main characters - what's the purpose of that? Those of us who have been married don't need it described and those that haven't don't really need it described either. When I find that in a book, I either skip chapters or quit reading the book. It was interesting to read the historical part of the book. The author obviously has an abiding faith in the Lord and includes that in her characters beliefs as well, but it is not preachy or too much. Like I said - the best of everything. History, romance , mystery, and belief in the Lord.

  • A woman with strong opinions was not appreciated during this time period. My main problem with this story was the father allowing the stepmother to abuse his “beloved” daughter instead of protecting her. His tolerance was never explained. He would release her after the damage was done, too late dad. He did not come across as a weakling that was bullied by his wife. And “Love at first sight?” A strong attraction yes, but love is a far deeper emotion then can be obtained at first sight. I knew who the slasher was early in the book but enjoyed the way the author brought it out. I did feel the book was a little too heavy on the religious end.

  • I had been wanting to read this author's Shaker novels, but this one came up on the day of Bloody Monday anniversary for a bargain price. I love historical fiction. I had just published my own book on KKK in the early 1900's. A story on the Know Nothings of 1856 seemed it would be a precursor for mine. Hatred is as old as time to borrow a cliche.
    At first, I thought the book would follow the formulaic of romance. The beautiful heroine with the doting father agreeing to be engaged to the wrong man and then meeting the handsome stranger, with sparks flying. Keep reading, the plot becomes intricate and deeper than at first glance.
    I enjoyed this book and at the end with the climax of the Bloody Monday in August 1856, I couldn't stop reading it. I waited for the end to be predictable, but the surprises pleased me. I am looking forward to reading more of Ann H. Gabharabout the Shakers in Kentucky

  • A very good Christian fiction. I enjoyed the read and though a bit predictable, still a good story and about blooming romance, family loyalty, and newspapers. I give it four stars. No swearing, or sexual content. There is some mob violence and talk of murder. I can recommend for teens and up.