Defender: A Scottish American Fairy Tale

Defender: A Scottish American Fairy Tale

by Travis L. Salisbury

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ISBN-13: 9781468973983
Publisher: Booktango
Publication date: 09/29/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 1
File size: 840 KB

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"Defender: A Scottish American Fairy Tale by Travis L. Salisbury is an epic novel full of action, romance, thrills and intrigue. It was finished by the original author’s son after his mother, Janet C. Smyth, passed away. Travis completed the novel and published it to honour his mother’s years of writing the story and that is part of what makes it special. We start with Kate who is driving to her new job and maybe a new life. She is an artist and a woman of strong faith who has a core belief that God directs everything in life. On her journey she runs into trouble with a capital “T” and the novel takes offs. She meets ‘GD McFady’ also known as 'Dru' and he just happens to be an FBI agent…the kind of agent that turns heads. The attraction is immediate and intense. Drew draws Kate into a web of violence, passion and intense trust. They both have a strong faith in God and immediately share that bond which brings them closer and closer together. Drew turns Kate’s world upside down. She travels a path of espionage, classified secrets and violence. Kate turns Drew’s world upside down with her kindness, support and moral strength. All of their friends help them along the way and, through them, Kate learns just how powerful Drew is and their life is forever changed. You will have to read the novel to see how the story ends but it is worth the read. I give Travis credit, he finished an amazing novel. It was long but engaging; the character development was solid and the classic fairy tale storyline was consistent throughout. The conversational writing style drew me in and the pages turned quickly. This truly is a modern day fairy tale with Scottish and American roots. It is a tribute to a special lady and a wonderful read for everyone who loves a good fairy tale." TBR-TopBookReviewers