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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Review - The Fair Trader by Amy Gallow
Author: Amy Gallow
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
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Rating: You Gotta to Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
Dinner at the Captain's table, dancing cheek to cheek, and that uniform!
The final night of Ruth Lambert's romantic cruise is pure magic…until Matthew Parker's duty intervenes. A night of promised passion becomes five years of "What happened?" as letters go astray and pride stifles common sense.
Their next meeting plunges Ruth into a maelstrom where a love greater than anything she'd ever imagined thrusts her higher than the heavens, drives her deeper than the abyss, and threatens every achievement of her career.
At the point when everything she's valued depends on proving she is a fair trader, her fear for Matthew dwarfs all else, and she discovers the true price of loving…
This story surprised me. I admit to starting it and wondering if I would like it. Ms. Gallow does an excellent job writing a story. I really enjoyed it from start to finish. I enjoyed it enough to highlight and make notes in my ereader. I think Ms. Gallow captured the words to falling in true love. The feelings between elation and despair and being out of control. True love is like that sometimes. The book had good flow and really good characters. Characters that evolve as the story plays out.