Book Review: Off The Record

2 Sep

resized_off_the_recordJudge Laurel Kincade has it all—brains, beauty, and an aristocratic Old South family to back her up. A political rising star, she’s ready to announce her candidacy for chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Journalist Cole McGaughan has ambitions too. Working as a religion writer for the New York Daily Journal, he longs to become a political reporter. Then his old friend Matt Hogan, a private investigator, calls with a tip. The lovely young judge may be hiding a secret that could derail her campaign. Would Cole like to be the one to break the story? Cole sees a clear road to his goal, but there’s a problem. Laurel’s history is entangled with his own, and he must decide if the story that could make his career is worth the price he’d have to pay. Can Cole and Laurel find forgiveness and turn their hidden past into a hopeful future—and somehow keep it all off the record?

WhiteEElizabeth White is the author of Controlling Interest, Off the Record, Fair Game, Fireworks, and the Texas Gatekeepers series for Steeple Hill’s Love Inspired Suspense line. She lives in Mobile, Alabama.

My Impressions:

If you like light-hearted contemporary romance, Off The Record is a book you should check out. Elizabeth White sets this book in Mobile, Alabama, and the flavor of the place comes to life. Her characters are endearing and are well-developed. And even if they did go to The School Up North (otherwise known as Ole Miss) – Hail State!, I really liked them. A quick read, it was a fun diversion after some rather heavy reading. Definitely a good choice for romance fans!

Recommended.

(I purchased Off The Record for my Kindle. The opinions expressed are mine alone.)

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