Fear Is Louder Than Words by Linda S. Glaz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This story had more twists, back trails, and turns than a politician’s promises. At times, it was like reading two separate stories, but they came together in a rush at the end. Suspense, romance, and a solid underlying thread of faith and forgiveness gets it five full stars.
Rochelle Cassidy has a radio talk show and she’s been known to tick off a fan or two. But when one fan becomes obsessed, she finds herself in very real danger. Ed McGrath is a hockey player. He’s used to being the sports hero, but when he foils an attempted rape, he finds himself in a more personal hero role. And he likes it. At least, he likes the lady who makes him feel that way. But Rochelle’s life is a little more complicated than Ed is used to. And half the time he’s not sure she even wants him around. Will his lack of faith and her need to reconcile the past keep them apart? Or bring them together?
2 thoughts on “Fear is Louder Than Words”
This is on my must read list. I got to read the first little bit and fell in love with it.
…must go get this one!! 🙂
I have the ebook, but I think I need a signed copy some day. I’m sure I’ll see Linda at some state event or another this summer. 🙂