Book Review: Don’t Say A Word by Barbara Freethy

Sitting on the couch and reading a good book while it’s stormy and cold outside is one of my favorite things to do during the holiday season – I never really feel stressed out about them but rather that everything calms down as the year comes to an end.
So, recently I read “Don’t Say a Word” by Barbara Freethy. The story of the book captured me right away and I just couldn’t stop reading.


The storyline begins with Julie De Marco (the main character) planning her perfect San Francisco wedding. While checking out a wedding venue she stumbles across a famous photograph - a little girl behind the iron gate of a foreign orphanage who looks exactly like her. But Julia isn’t an orphan or adopted, at least as far as she knows. And she’s never been outside of the US.
This photo triggers a huge uncertainty in Julia which comes in handy as she has big uncertainties about her marriage as well. Thus in order to find out about her true identity Julia sets off on a dangerous quest. She can’t trust anyone anymore and her whole life and what she believed in is shaken by new revelations. In the end nothing will be as it has been before…

Barbara Freethy takes you on a journey through present-day San Francisco and the former USSR. If you are into books that combine romance with adventure and excitement then this is the perfect book - easy to read, enjoyable and fascinating.

Have fun reading!

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