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  • A romance with plenty of action...

    Dorothea Sinclair left her small town in Maine to seek a career as a newspaper reporter in the big city of Boston. But instead of reporting the news, she’s trying to outrun the grabby hands of the chief editor’s son. When she meets O’Hare along the waterfront, she knows this is her big break. She offers him the opportunity to tell his side of the great fight he’s in for equality for all, especially Boston’s Irish population. He accepts and they work together to put into words O’Hare’s dream of equality for all. Before Dorothea realizes what’s happening, both her and O’Hare are in the crosshairs of demented men. Can they escape with their lives and forge a life together or will they die? Words and Dreams is a riveting story about Irish immigrants in Boston and a romance between two Irish immigrants. Laura Strickland takes on a volatile time in American history and adds a new spin to it. In classic Laura Strickland style, I connect with the characters right away and they become a part of me. The romance is slow-burning yet the yearning the characters feel, I also feel. The plot moves at a good pace with plenty of obstacles for the couple to overcome. By the time I finished reading, a smile lit my face. I love a hard-fought HEA. If you’re looking for a historically accurate romance with depth, pick up Words and Dreams. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars

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