Book Review of Above The Fold by Rachel Scott McDaniel

Above the Fold

About: After losing the love of her life to a big city journalism job, Elissa Tillman pours herself into the suffragette movement and her secretarial work helping keep her father’s Pittsburgh newspaper afloat.

Cole Parker returns to the steel city with the phantom failures of his past nipping his heels. All he asks of the future is a second chance with the woman he once spurned.

The murder of a millionaire offers the perfect chance for Elissa to prove to her father and the world that she’s a serious journalist. But there’s a catch—she has to compete for the story. Against none other than Cole Parker, the very man who shattered her heart.

 

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My Review of Above The Fold by Rachel Scott McDaniel:
The cover, the Twenties, the blue, the blurb, the look of the characters on the cover, old flames, redemption, coming back to what you knew, journalists, all of this makes Above The Line a shockingly wonderful book. Signing up to read this on a hunch that it would be good was a smart idea, because this was good. A new author to be on the lookout for, the suspense, the romance, the newspaper, all tells a story of the past and makes me miss something I never knew — the newspaper. I highly recommend this for readers who enjoy romance, historical fiction, or stories about newspapers and reporters.
I received a complementary copy of this book from the author, all the thoughts are my own, I did not have to provide a review.

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