A Matter of Robin Lee Hatcher
Isn't this Cover Great. I have seen the covers for the other books in the series and thought that they looked fun so I jumped at the chance to reveiw this book.
From Goodreads: In A Matter of Character, by award-winning author Robin Lee Hatcher, the year is 1918 and writing gritty dime novels simply isn't done by a woman. So Daphne McKinley---smart, pretty, talented---publishes her rough-and-tumble books under a male pseudonym. But when a newspaperman enlists her aid in restoring his grandfather's good name, Daphne finds herself re-examining the power of her words and reconsidering the direction of her life.
My Take: I really enjoyed this book. I liked all the Characters especially Daphne. I think that the basis of the book is a good one. Even if it is fiction, words either written or spoken are powerful things that can hurt people and their reputations.
This book was kind of like having two in one because there were two distinct parts. The first part about the suspense of the writer of the dime novels and the second about what would happen between Daphne and Joshua.
This book is part of a series but it definately can stand on it's own .
I read this as a blog tour. Here is a list of the other blogs participating:
All Grown Up?
Be Your Best Mom
Blog Tour Spot
Book Nook Club
Cafe Lily Book Reviews
Cindy’s Book Reviews
Clicking Her Heels
Deus E Fiel
Karen R. Evans
Life in Review
Musings by Lynn
My Book Addiction and More
Ponderings by Andrea
Sisterhood of Beautiful Warriors
Southern Sassy Things
The 160-acre Woods
The Hahn Hunting Lodge
With Pen in Hand
I received a copy from Blog Tour Spot for the purpose of reviewing the book. I received no money and was not required to write a good review.
If you are interested in buying the book this will take you to Amazon.com
Go here to visit Robin Lee Hatcher's website to learn more about her and the wonderful books she writes.
She and Zondervan are running a contest where you can win a free Kindle with the whole series on the kindle. To Enter go here