Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Review: The Truest of Words (Words #3) by Georgina Guthrie



With the end of term finally behind them, Aubrey and Daniel look forward to building a life together. A painful realization that they can’t truly embrace the future until they’ve come to terms with the past leads them to discover the healing potential of forgiveness and the power of unconditional love.

Like the first two books in the series, The Truest of Words is a romantic tale that blends witty banter with passion and drama.


The Truest of Words by Georgina Guthrie will warm your heart and satisfy your desire for romance. I have loved following Aubrey and Daniel’s journey from first sight to happily ever after. Their connection is playful with a heavy undertone of passion and sexual tension. The exchanges between our hero and heroine always made me smile and further invest myself in their story. From start to finish I was immersed in their world and enjoyed every twist and triumph. If you haven’t discovered Georgina Guthrie’s Words Series, I highly recommend you become acquainted.



Georgina Guthrie is a self-professed book hugger and compulsive diarist. Though GG now resides in Canada, she was born across the pond and still considers herself a Brit through and through, which may explain her frequent visits to her favourite local British import shop.

GG is often happiest when reading and writing, but she’s just as likely to be found hanging out with friends and family, almost certainly with a glass of red wine in one hand a bag of cheese and onion crisps in the other.

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