Today I am so excited to share with you all the kick-off stop to the Fear is Louder Than Words Blog Tour! You all know I often love my reads on the suspenseful side and so this book is right up my alley. Be sure to follow along on Twitter so you don’t miss any of the other awesome stops on the tour!
Rochelle Cassidy has the perfect life as a radio talk show host in the Detroit market, but her celebrity status doesn’t stop an angry listener from wanting her … dead. Ed McGrath’s ideal life as a pro-hockey player doesn’t include a damsel in distress until the night he discovers Rochelle being attacked in a deserted parking structure.
Circumstances throw them together in more ways than one when Rochelle’s producer plays matchmaker. A sick boy, a corrupt politician, and questionable medical practices put more than merely Rochelle in danger, and still, her attacker shadows her every step.
Will Ed be able to break through her trust issues in order to protect her, or will she continue to see him as Detroit’s bad boy athlete? Her life AND his depend on it.
*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for sharing my honest opinion*
Fear is Louder Than Words had been on my TBR for quite some time, but I only recently had the pleasure of diving in and a pleasure it was. The cover alone is enough to put a shiver in your spine, so I could only imagine what awaited me within the pages.
Fear is Louder Than Words was equal parts dramatic and suspenseful in all the best ways. Rochelle and Ed were so fun to read about and I truly found myself invested in their story. There is nothing quite like a read that makes you want to sleep with the bedside light on and that’s honestly the highest praise I can give to a book in this genre and this one has earned it. I cannot say much without giving away spoilers from the plot, but I feel this would be a perfect summer read or rainy day read for superfans of the genre, or for those just getting their feet wet with it. I look forward to reading more from Linda S. Glaz in the future!
Linda, married with three grown children and three grandchildren, is a complete triple-A personality. How else would she find time to write as well as be an agent for Hartline Literary Agency? She loves any and every thing about the written word and loves when families pass stories along through the generations as her mother did with her. She was blessed to have served in the Air Force at a time when it wasn’t the politically correct thing for a woman to do. After teaching soccer nationally and women’s self-defense wherever the need arose, now, her greatest thrill is matching clients with publishing houses and hearing their voices when they get “THE CALL”. She’s an AWSA speaker and presents classes nationwide. She connects with authors through seminars, blogs, and anywhere a group congregates and talks books. She’s always looking for fresh voices in fiction, especially in historic romance and suspense.