A Glitter of Gold (Georgia Coast Romance #2) by Liz Johnson

A Glitter of Gold (Georgia Coast Romance #2)

When pirate wreck tour guide Anne Norris finds evidence of an undiscovered shipwreck, she seeks the help of museum director Carter Hale to uncover the truth and treasure that could save her business. But can she trust him with her secrets and her heart?


Details A Glitter of Gold (Georgia Coast Romance #2)

TitleA Glitter of Gold (Georgia Coast Romance #2)
ISBN9780800736262
Author
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherFleming H. Revell Company
GenreContemporary, Romance, Fiction, Christian Fiction
Rating

Reviews A Glitter of Gold (Georgia Coast Romance #2)

  • Hannah
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoyed this southern romantic tale with a heavy dash of mystery from the past. I had read Liz Johnson’s previous series about PEI, but I was delighted with how different and unique this pirate-centered story is. Anne and Carter are both pressed to the wall financially and are facing possible ruin of everything they have dreamed of accomplishing. Anne’s finding an old sword hilt on the beach after a hurricane is her last chance to ma...
  • Deanne Patterson
    1970-01-01
    "It sounds to me like you're carrying some heavy shame. And here's what I know. Grace is better than shame. Every time."An evocative,powerful tale. Charming romance with likable Christian characters. An added intriguing mystery and treasure hunt. A split-time period story will keep you engaged throughout the book.I can't wait to read the next book in the series!Published August 6th 2019 by Fleming H. Revell Company .I was given a complimentary co...
  • Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader
    1970-01-01
    Forgiveness, trust and shame run ramped in this story. You get it all. I love the treasure hunt in this story it was so much fun. I love Johnson's contemporary stories and this series just might be my favorite series so far.I gave this book 4 stars and I recommend it to contemporary fans.The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.
  • Paula Shreckhise
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold is the second book in the Georgia Coast Romance series by Liz Johnson but it can be read as a standalone. What if the treasure you found wasn’t the treasure you were searching for? What if God gave you both?Anne Norris Is trying to make a new start miles away from the past she can’t forget. She renames herself Anne Bonny and leads pirate tours in old Savannah. Anne finds an artifact after a huge storm and takes it to be auth...
  • Jypsy
    1970-01-01
    Thank you to Revell and the author for a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are my own. *REVIEW* 🌟🌟🌟🌟I could say I loved A Glitter Of Gold just because of the setting. Savannah is my favorite city, and I've spent a lot of time there as well as Tybee Island. Just about everything in Savannah is haunted in some way, and there is a lot of pirate lore. I'm glad the story matched the vibe of the city. Anne and Carter are both runni...
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    Johnson's second Georgia Coast Romance is absolutely delightful. Anne is a woman who unwittingly got involved with a terrible situation and is now suffering the consequences of her choices. She carries a load of shame and does not feel worthy of love or forgiveness. When she finds a gold artifact on the beach, she comes into contact with Carter, the man who runs the local museum. He too has brokenness from his past and guards his heart. As the tw...
  • Melanie
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold is the second book in Liz Johnson's Georgia Coast Romance series and another very good read. I loved the journal entries...that was one of my favorite things about the story. I found the hunt for the shipwreck aspect fascinating and was never bored.I liked the characters. It was interesting to see how the romance progressed and the ending was sweet. I thought the story was written very well and can't wait for the next book.All i...
  • Fiction Aficionado
    1970-01-01
    Arrrr, me hearties! Is there anyone who doesn’t enjoy a good treasure hunt? How about a treasure hunt with a mystery thrown in? A Glitter of Gold is all that and more. It’s a treasure hunt with a mystery, some romance, and a lesson about shame, forgiveness, and finding more than just earthly treasure.Anne and Carter’s relationship had a rocky beginning, but it developed quite gently into a partnership, then a friendship, and then more as th...
  • Dana Michael
    1970-01-01
    I love this story. This book is a contemporary romance and it involves a diary from the 18th century and a sword hilt treasure find. So, I got a glimpse of life on a pirate ship off the coast of Savannah and Tybee Island. I loved the diary story and would love this author to do a whole book like that. Well done Ms. Johnson! So all in all there are two romances going on. There is love, action, and mystery that kept me up late reading. It was worth...
  • Kav
    1970-01-01
    Squeealll!!!!!! Pirates and shipwrecks and mystery, oh my! Along with the best ever occupation for a heroine -- pirate tour guide! (Insert crazy wide Cheshire grin here.) And there's a dual timeline! Double Squeeeaalll!!!! I'm still in a tizzy from the just-finished-all-this-literary-awesomeness after-glow. Happy sigh.Contemporary heroine Anne is so intriguing! Wounded and wary and so on guard -- she about broke my heart! And I love the way Johns...
  • Rebecca
    1970-01-01
    3.5 stars"He wanted fame and fortune in the spotlight . . . . She just wanted to survive. Unrecognized. Unseen. Anonymous."He . . . . is museum director, Carter Hale. She . . . . is pirate-tour entrepreneur, Anne Norris. They both, are so much more. When Anne Norris stumbles upon a piece of potential island treasure, she has no way of knowing that it might connect to an historic journal, which in turn might connect Carter Hale to a shipwreck just...
  • Courtney Clark
    1970-01-01
    With A Glitter of Gold, Liz Johnson has written another layered contemporary romance with adventure on the surface and deeper themes of grace and trust at the core. This one happens to feature a little historical story of PIRATES and treasure that is just as riveting and wonderfully echoes the themes of the book.This story really makes me want to visit Savannah and learn more about its nautical history! Besides the enchanting setting, Liz Johnson...
  • Hallie Szott
    1970-01-01
    4.5Review to come.
  • Trixi
    1970-01-01
    A 250 year old diary, an ancient sword hilt & a pirate legend all mash up to bring adventure, love and the promise of a treasure worth far more than gold! I’m not sure how to put how I feel about this story other than I loved everything about it! And even that seems lame compared to what is contained within the pages of the book. Because I don’t want to underscore how it grabbed a hold of me from the very first page & then Liz Johnson sealed ...
  • Lorilei Gonzales
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold is the first Liz Johnson book I have read so far and let me tell you, I want to read everything she has ever written. The story flows effortlessly. Sometimes you can sense when an author is trying to do too much with their characterization or the plot, and it often works to their disadvantage. Johnson is telling a story both in the present time and the past (some 250 years ago or so), and she weaves them together with such grace...
  • Liz F.
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold is a fun, well written story filled with romance, mystery, and pirates! :D A Glitter of Gold is a great title and ties in very well with the plot of treasure hunting. The author’s writing style is relaxed as well as descriptive and made me feel like I was actually there. I enjoyed reading the journal entries written by a passenger of a pirate ship and I thought centering this book around pirates was interesting -- I learned q...
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold is the latest of Liz Johnson’s Georgia Coast Romances. This stand-alone novel is a treasure trove of romance and suspense. Anne Norris has recently moved to Savannah from California to get a new start in life, but her pirate tour business isn’t doing so well. Carter Hale is a local museum director interested in all kinds of local history, but the museum isn’t doing so well either. When Anne stumbles upon what appears to be...
  • CarolynB
    1970-01-01
    This second book in Liz Johnson’s Georgia Coast Romance series is just as engaging—and maybe even more so—as the first book! Anne Norris is hiding from her past when she finds a gold sword hilt washed ashore by a hurricane. In her quest to learn more about this artifact she meets Carter Hale, a museum director, who owns another part of the same story—an old diary from the 1700’s. The result is an exciting tale of a shipwreck and a moder...
  • Jenn Z at That's What She's Reading
    1970-01-01
    I received a copy of this book for free. This is my honest and thoughtful review.After my rave review of last year's A SPARKLE OF SILVER, I could not wait to start reading this next installment! Once again, Liz Johnson has completely blown me away and cemented herself as an author on my insta-buy list! Even though this is the second book in the series, it can very well be read as a stand-alone. The story follows two new characters, Anne and Carte...
  • Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)
    1970-01-01
    Liz Johnson is such an amazing author. She takes a setting that I absolutely love, and brings it to life so I can visit it whenever I want, from the comfort of my own home. I have family that live on the Georgia Coast, and I have only visited a handful of times. But between my own memories, and Johnson's descriptive writings, I can still see the shoreline, I can smell the ocean, I can see the historic buildings, and I can feel as if I am right th...
  • Jessica Higgins
    1970-01-01
    Fun, witty, charming, and pirates make for the best kind of summer story.Anne Norris is trying to escape her past life back in California. A series of wrong choices landed her in places that she would rather never have visited. As soon as she could, she packed up and moved across country to Savannah, Georgia where no one has a clue who she is. She even started up a business as a pirate tour guide, but she isn’t making much and barely scrapes by...
  • Becky
    1970-01-01
    Liz Johnson has done it again—written a romance that gave me all the feels and was impossible to put down!Anne and Carter's story—ostensibly a search for a sunken ship, but really a search for belonging—is so engaging. And the chemistry between the two of them is 🔥. I also loved Carter's Aunt Tessie, who gently nudged both Anne and Carter out of the shadows of their pasts and toward each other. (I would love a book about Tessie's younger...
  • MJSH
    1970-01-01
    “And God’s grace isn’t just forgiveness. It’s also strength to face the hard times. It’s the thing that prompts you to get back up when you’ve been pushed down. Shame never did anything for anyone but make them feel lower than low. Grace refuses to leave you there. I refuse to leave you there.”I have been a fan of Liz Johnson’s books since the Prince Edward Island Dreams series but she has clearly outdone herself with this book. T...
  • A.M. Heath
    1970-01-01
    What I Loved: Liz Johnson is one of those authors who always surprises me when I pick up a new book. I forget how perfectly smooth and comfortable her writing style is. It's not overdone or underdone, it's JUST right.A Glitter of Gold has been a highlight of my reading month. It's hard to pinpoint exactly why that is, and I think it's because there's so much working together so flawlessly.Anne and Carter are delightfully, broken characters. Anne,...
  • Meagan Myhren-bennett
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of GoldGeorgia Coast Romance #2By Liz JohnsonAnne Norris just wants to leave the guilt and shame of the past behind her. Having relocated to Savannah, Georgia, she hopes she can get a fresh start - one that includes no one ever having to know the biggest mistake she ever made. And to be sure she never again repeats her mistake she will avoid men forever if not longer. But everything changes when she makes a find that could alter her lif...
  • Susan
    1970-01-01
    This is my favorite Liz Johnson book. It seems I rarely give a 5 star rating to a contemporary story, but Liz Johnson has hit a home run with A Glitter of Gold. It is a wonderful, easy read for a summer holiday filled with an old diary, a hunt for a sunken ship and a sweet romance. Liz Johnson's skillful pen pulled this Midwest reader on a book vacation to the historical setting of Savannah, experiencing references to the walking historical tour...
  • Deena
    1970-01-01
    I was entertained by Liz Johnson's first novels, feeling like I had discovered an author to watch. I was enchanted by Red Prince Edward Island Dreams series and found I had a kindred sister in the author.The first novel in this new series, A Sparkle of Silver, was intriguing. I've thoroughly enjoyed every one of Liz Johnson's novels.However...I was not entertained, enchanted, or intrigued by A Glitter Of Gold. No, I was CAPTIVATED from the very f...
  • Becky
    1970-01-01
    A Glitter of Gold by Liz Johnson is the second in the Georgia Coast Romance series. A Glitter of Gold takes place in Savannah, Georgia and starts during hurricane Lorenzo. Our Heroine, Anne Norris, sometimes known as Anne Bonny gives tours in Savannah and our hero Carter Hale is a museum curator. They both love reading from an old diary that gives them clues about a 200 year old shipwreck. Carter and Anne come together to find a shipwrecked vesse...
  • E
    1970-01-01
    Pirates. Diaries. Sunken Ships. Treasure Hunts. If your are looking for a book about any of these topics, you'll definitely want to read Liz Johnson's A Glitter of Gold. While the main story takes place in current times, you'll also be drawn into the story that takes place in the 1700s through the diary. I loved the two stories taking place at the same time and that I, as the reader, only found out what happened next in the diary story when Anne ...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    1970-01-01
    'You're a child of God and that's all you have to be. That's enough.'Anne Norris is hiding from her past, her life shaded with shame; shame God doesn't see. Barely existing, Anne discovers a treasure on the beach after a devastating hurricane on the Georgia coast. Taking it to a museum, she meets Carter Hale, who is also running from his past. If Anne works with Carter to discover what this artifact is, she'll have to trust a man, something she h...