Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Blog Tour: Truest of Words 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

4.5  Star Review by Nicole Lorenzo

“I’m desperately in love with you, and I don’t care who knows.”

Aubrey and Daniel are elated to finally be able to carefully pursue their relationship without worrying about their secret getting out. Daniel is no longer Aubrey’s TA. With the term officially over and Aubrey’s graduation around the corner Daniel and Aubrey find themselves being able to breathe a little easier. Still they look forward to the near future when they can walk through campus holding hands, announcing to the world that they are in love. They focus on learning everything they can about each other and planning the future they both desperately yearn for.

“…I realized with blinding clarity that our feelings for one another were deepening with every passing day, despite our imperfections. This was not a case of opposite attracting. This was two people wholeheartedly accepting one another, despite the unique failings that each possessed. Quite simply, this was unconditional love.”

As much as they love each other they still face some bumps in the road. Aubrey’s new boss is a royal bitch, and seems to have a personal agenda against her and Daniel. She brings forth allegations that could threaten the Grant family name once again. Aubrey also has a lot of decisions to make about what to do with her life after graduation. Daniel is eager to help Aubrey, and wants to take care of her in every way he can including financially, but talking Aubrey into it seems to be quite the feat.  Aubrey is insistent on maintaining her independence. Daniel on the other hand wants to spend every second of everyday with Aubrey and he will do anything in his power to show Aubrey just how deeply he loves her.

“No woman has made me feel like my love for her is all that matters, and that regardless of what I do or say, her love will be there at the end of it all.”

After graduation Aubrey and Daniel are finally free to shout their love from the rooftops. Together they make plans for their futures as individuals as well as a couple. But there are still some unresolved issues with the past that is sending Daniel into a tailspin. Aubrey is starting to think that Daniel will always have the distress of what happened at Oxford looming over him and holding him back. When Daniel decides to finally face the problem head on it could prove to be disastrous or be just what he needs to finally set him free.

“…your love is my truth; all my love is yours, in return.”

The Truest of Words starts exactly where the second book left off and is a wonderful conclusion to Daniel and Aubrey’s love story. These two have come a long way from the start of their forbidden romance. It proves the point that true love conquers all. As long as they were together, they could overcome any obstacle that stood in their way. I was so looking forward to this book and boy it didn’t disappoint. The sweetness, humor and passion between Daniel and Aubrey, plus add in the man who brought them together in the first place, Shakespeare, truly makes this story one of a kind. There is a lot of growth between Aubrey and Daniel here as both individuals and a couple. There are plenty of both tender and hot moments here as well so get your fans ready and be prepared to swoon big time! Their family and friends really play an integral part in this book and I was happy to read about them and their side stories as well. My favorite character besides the swoon worthy Daniel himself, was his grandmother Patty. She is absolutely hysterical and I enjoyed her feistiness. If you haven’t started this series yet you need to start right away!

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