Above the Fold

Confined behind a secretarial desk at her father’s struggling newspaper, Elissa Tillman longs for her father and the world to take her seriously—not just as a suffragette, but also as a full-fledged journalist. Cole Parker regrets the day he’d abandoned Pittsburgh to chase a high-profile journalism job in New York, but now he’s returned to the steel city to amend his mistakes and win back the woman he once spurned. The murder of a millionaire offers the perfect chance for Elissa to nab the headline and prove her skills. But there’s a catch. To get her story above the fold, she must compete for it. Her rival is none other than Cole Parker, the very man who shattered her heart.


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My Review

I enjoyed Above the Fold. Set in the 1920s, it was a wonderful story that kept my attention from the start. I liked learning all about the newspaper business. All the many steps to putting a newspaper out was fascinating. It’s a love story & a murder mystery as well. Rachel Scott McDaniel weaved the all of them together seemlessly. It was a good balance of each.
Elissa and Cole were such fun to get to know. They both had personality that worked together but also clashed. There were some characters I liked better then others. I liked how the author weaved faith and forgiveness throughout this story. I think the reader can learn along with the characters.
I’m looking forward to reading more by Rachel Scott McDaniel.

I recommend this book to my family and friends.

I received this book from the publisher to read and give my honest opinion. All thoughts are my own.

About the Author

Rachel Scott McDaniel is an award-winning author of historical romance. Winner of the ACFW Genesis Award and the RWA Touched By Love award, Rachel infuses faith and heart into each story. She currently enjoys life in Ohio with her husband and two kids. Rachel can be found online at http://www.RachelScottMcDaniel.com and on all social media platforms.


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