Blog Tour with Review – Breaking Story by Ashley Farley
Breaking the Story by Ashley Farley
Published by Leisure Time Books on February 23rd 2016
Passion, peril, and a scandal that will rock American politics.
Scottie Darden is a train wreck. Her personal life is falling apart, and her career as a photojournalist has stalled out. To attract the attention of the main players in the news industry, she needs a standout story with a unique perspective. What she finds is a scandal that could turn the 2016 presidential election upside down. But before she can release her damaging images to the media, Scottie must uncover the truth behind the photographs. She turns to handsome mystery man Guy Jordan for help. When they join the campaign trail in search of answers, their investigation quickly becomes deadly.
Hop on board for a wild ride of adventure where desire ignites, lives are threatened, and secrets are revealed.
Ashley Farley is on her way to building her career in photojournalism. On her way back from a trip she finds her husband cheating on her. She kicks him out and decides to focus on her career and try to root out a great story. She stumbles upon a political scandal that puts her in danger and in line to find that breaking story. With the help of Guy Jordon, they seek to find the truth before it kills them.
In an Oyster Shell – A quality read that you come to expect from Ashley Farley.
The Pearls – I was really excited to read this book after reading Merry Mary this past Christmas. I loved how the main character Scottie stayed consistent with what was established in the novella. I like the premise of taking elements of the novella and turning it into a novel. I thought the author wrapped up things from the novella making for a great execution in this novel.
I really liked the character’s in this book. They were well developed. There were good inter-personal relationships. I liked that the pov was both from Scottie and Guy’s perspective. It brought depth to the story.
I enjoyed the plot line of the story. It was unexpected when at first it looked like it be a cliche’ political scandal, but it ended up being something more unique than that.
The Sand – The story had a little to0 much inner dialogue from Scottie.