Saturday, April 17, 2010

I'll Know you by Heart

A book review by Keith Fisher

When I heard Kimberly read the first chapter in our critique group, I knew she was a much better writer than I’d given her credit for. Kimberly had been using me as a sounding board, so I had an idea what she was going to write, but wow.

Kimberly has the talent to draw a reader into a story, and hold their attention. I’m lucky to be able to learn from her.

I’ll know you by Heart is Kimberly’s first, in a long list of published works. The characters feel like people I know. The story speaks for itself. Stephanie pulls her and her children, away from a cycle of abuse and finds an inner strength, a belief in self, and help from God. She also finds Jared. He is man who passed through his own refiner’s fire. He didn’t know, but he’d been waiting his whole life to find her. The love they share grows, and becomes the blessing of a lifetime.

Yes, I received a free book, but my ethics would not allow me to recommend something I didn’t believe you will love, but hang on to your hat. Even if you never experienced any of the many forms of abuse, this book will grab your attention. Kimberly wrote it in a tasteful realistic way. Your heart will go out to the characters. You will love it.


Publisher: Valor Publishing Group, LLC (March 16, 2010)
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 275
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1-935546-13-9
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches


Look for Kimberly and her book at these places. Find her at one of her many book signings and get her to sign your book.
http://scribbledscraps.blogspot.com/
http://www.kimberlyjob.com/

3 comments:

L.T. Elliot said...

I heard Candace talk about Kim the other day and say that Kim in a first draft is everyone else's 3rd or 4th. I'm certain she's phenomenal and can't wait to get my hands on this one. =]

Kimberly Job said...

Thanks for the review, Keith! You are an inspiration to me, and I will always be grateful for your friendship and example.

elizabeth mueller said...

Thanks, Keith! I bought her book at her book launch party--can't wait to read it! :)