You Heard It Here First Book Review




If the title doesn’t grab you then the story will. You Heard It Here First is a political romance novel written by Erin McBride. Here is brief summary of the story:

From the moment girl-next-door Haley McAdams met America’s Favorite News Reporter Camden Morrison, her life hasn’t been the same. Suddenly she has everything she ever wanted – love, money, and career success. But can she handle the pressures that come with it?One day she’s a financial blogger, the next, a TV expert on a political scandal. Her on-air epiphanies, and liberated writing style has landed some powerful men in hot water, and there are consequences to pay.Just as her career takes off, so does her love life. But the memories of her past make it hard to accept the good things around her. Is her rich and famous boyfriend the real reason for her new success? Does he really love her? Or does he have an ulterior motive too?Haley is a good girl from a loving family with traditional values, but she knows her way around the world of finance and politics. She may be virtuous, but she is not naïve. And if there is one thing she has learned, it is that money is the root of all evil.

First I am going to have to say that this is the first book that I have read in a long time that the main character did not give up her beliefs for some guy she is in a relationship with. I love that about Haley. I also love that she finds it hard to accept how successful her life has become. She chooses to give the credit to everyone thinking that they are the ones who did it for her instead of looking at all the hard work she has put it her career herself.

There are a mixture of characters in this book from different backgrounds. For instance Haley’s best friend is  an African-American woman named Jess, who is struggling to take care of her sick Gran ( who by the way Haley considers her grandmother as well) to Camden, the wealthy news anchor who came into his money by inheriting it. It is only after Haley has a conversation with Cam does she realize that he too worries about money but just on a bigger scale than she does. And basically don’t we all at some point in our life worry about money in some way shape or form.

We are so quick to judge people from their outward appearances that we never seem to think that they too might be having some issues in their life. Sometimes people put on a show because they don’t want people to know how they are really are. I know several people like that in my life as I suspect you do as well.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone that wants to read a love story where the relationship has to struggle with time issues, long distance and communication.

If you are interested in buying this book check it out on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for the sole purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

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