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Sophia Gallo is celebrated and adored by millions, but in her meteoric rise to fame, it might appear she’s forgotten the One Who gave her the gift that made possible her life of wealth and glory. She hasn’t forgotten. She’s reminded every day as she endeavors to hide a secret that could change everything and expose her as the freak and outcast she always thought herself to be.
Cade Fioretti has never backed down from finding the truth, and he’s not about to start now. It’s his job and his passion. Sophia is beautiful, talented, and the subject of his next book; but she’s hiding something. No matter what it takes, he’s going to dig it up, and in the process learn all there is to know about this woman who’s stolen his heart.
Unusual romance is the Voice of Truth by Dana Pratola. It is a very good read and I enjoyed it very much.
Sophia sang and the notes rang out. Everyone put hands to their ears it was so bad. While driving home one afternoon, she turned on the radio. She opened her mouth to sing along and she immediately sang and her voice actually sounding good. What in the world? She must be mistaken because she knew she could not sing so she tried again. What happened and was she able to continue or was it a freak thing that occurred? She would call her brother and tell him about it.
This is an unusual book of a sudden talent and stardom. Something happened in her past that created a change in her. She would never be the same.
Her publicist, Kitty, introduced her to Cade Fioretti, a writer who wanted to write a book about her.
Will she allow him to do it? What will he find out about her if she consents to this book?
There are some twists and turns throughout the novel. All the
Dana Pratola has done a great job with this story. Her handling of the miraculous happening to Sofia is so believable. A great love story between a man and woman as well as showing God's leading in their lives. Looking forward to more from Dana.
This is an enjoyable read. I liked the idea of God granting the gift of singing to one who asked for it. I could enjoy the emotions being discussed and appreciated the moral aspect in the development of the relationship between Sophia and Cade. The feelings of each were shared in such a way as to make them very believable and yet they continued to keep it moral. I would definitely recommend this book.