Item description for Off The Record by Elizabeth White...
Overview When Judge Laurel Kincade announces her candidacy for the Alabama Supreme Court, the last person she expects to see in the crowd is reporter and ex-boyfriend Cole McGaughan. He's there to advance his own career, but there's one problem: digging up dirt on the lovely lawyer may destroy him, too.
Publishers Description Judge Laurel Kincade has it all---brains, beauty, and an aristocratic Old South family to back her up. A political rising star, she's ready to announce her candidacy for chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.Journalist Cole McGaughan has ambitions too. Working as a religion writer for the New York Daily Journal, he longs to become a political reporter. Then his old friend Matt Hogan, a private investigator, calls with a tip. The lovely young judge may be hiding a secret that could derail her campaign. Would Cole like to be the one to break the story?Cole sees a clear road to his goal, but there's a problem. Laurel's history is entangled with his own, and he must decide if the story that could make his career is worth the price he'd have to pay. Can Cole and Laurel find forgiveness and turn their hidden past into a hopeful future---and somehow keep it all off the record?
Community Description When Judge Laurel Kincade announces her candidacy for the Alabama Supreme Court, the last person she expects to see in the crowd is reporter and ex-boyfriend Cole McGaughan. He's there to advance his own career, but there's one problem: digging up dirt on the lovely lawyer may destroy him, too. Can the truth set them both free? 352 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.74" Height: 0.85" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310273048 ISBN13 9780310273042 UPC 025986273040
Availability 0 units.
More About Elizabeth White
Elizabeth White has raised three sons, taught Sunday School, and worked as a Montessori teacher. She converted to Oethodoxy in 1964 and is a member of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Spokane, Washington. Currently she is the director of Spokane Montessori School and an instructor for a Montessori teacher training course. She has authored several curriculum materials for the Religious Education Department of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese.
Reviews - What do customers think about Off The Record?
Didn't know it was "Christian Fiction" May 19, 2010
A sweet story, but too much Christian innuendo for me, as I am not one. I wish it had been labeled as such in the Kindle Store.
off The Record May 11, 2010
Story holds your interest a little drawn out with the judge coming to the conclusion how she felt
highly entertaining Mar 6, 2010
I got this book as a free download to my kindle, wasn't sure what to expect. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised. Well written, easy to follow and entertaining. good story line. I enjoyed it, and can't beat price.
Needs a better description Feb 24, 2010
i wish the description mentioned it was a Christian oriented book. it wasn't what I was looking for.
A Rainy Day Read Feb 17, 2010
I didn't start reading this book with high expectations and so I was pleasantly surprised. The storyline was interesting and the characters were intriguing. The author was very skillful at keeping the reader guessing without aggravating the reader too much. This book was not profound or soul-searching but it was a nice easy read. It's a good rainy day book.
My first complaint about the book is that the male characters would sometimes cry/get tears in their eyes at very unlikely times. It made me chuckle at times. Most men don't get emotional for the reasons that the author was making them get emotional over. I also thought that Matt's character change was very unbelievable and happened too way too fast. My main complaint is that the second half of the book dragged on. I felt like the author could have shaved off a lot pages. It was pretty obvious what was going to happen and so the waiting was just annoying and boring.
Even with the above complaints, the book was a surprisingly enjoyable read.