Secret Sonby Laila LalamiRaised by his mother in a one-room house in the slums of Casablanca, Youssef El Mekki has always had big dreams of living another life in another world. The Secret Gardenby Frances Hodgson BurnettWhen orphaned Mary Lennox comes to live at her uncle's great house on the Yorkshire Moors, she finds it full of secrets.
The Secret Pearlby Mary BaloghMary Balogh has no equal when it comes to capturing the complex, irresistible passions between men and women. Two Past Midnight: Secret Window, Secret Gardenby Stephen KingThe second of a four-part audio series from Stephen King's bestselling book, Four Past Midnight. The Siren's Secretby Heather OstlerJulia’s life has gone from complicated to nearly impossible! Suddenly his dreams are within reach when he discovers that his father—whom he’d been led to believe was dead—is very much alive. When Julia loses her shapeshifting powers and her appearance changes in alarming ways, she flees to Sirenity, where she learns an incredible secret about her mother. And at night, she hears the sound of crying down one of the long corridors.The gardens surrounding the large property are Mary's only escape. But when she takes a business trip to wine and dine a potential customer, her boss decides to tag along at the last minute. So when a man picks her up for sex, the experience leaves her changed, stripped of her virginity and sicken with herself.
She is the author of the short story collection Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits, which was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award, and the novel Secret Son, which was on the Orange Prize longlist.
She was educated at The Select Seminary for Young Ladies and Gentleman until the age of fifteen, at which point the family ironmongery, then being run by her mother, failed, and the family emigrated to Knoxville, Tennessee.
Having sold over 150,000 books within 6 months of her first release, she continues to lure new readers with her sweet and sexy stories. Thinking the life of a whore would never be for her, she tries one more time to see if she can find work.
After graduating from university, moved to Saskatchewan, Canada, to teach high-school English, on a two-year teaching contract in 1967. After his father left them when Stephen was two, he and his older brother, David, were raised by his mother. I did I need to think about my overall rating for this one, but despite where it falls, I think this is the end of the line for me for Heather Ostler's respective series, as "The Siren's Secret" really didn't impress me on behalf of the shallow heroine, disjointed dialogue, among other measures despite an interesting premise.This is going to be a short review because it's hard for me to talk about a book that really never grabbed me in the whole time that I read it.
She married her Canadian husband, Robert Balogh, and had three children, Jacqueline, Christopher and Sian. Parts of his childhood were spent in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where his father's family was at the time, and in Stratford, Connecticut.
I did initially read Heather Ostler's "The Shapeshifter's Secret", and while I didn't care for it, I was hoping that its follow-up "The Siren's Secret" would improve upon the first book in a meaningful way. She was definitely not the girl I thought she was.I really wish I could hate her, but I don't.


She finally thinks her life is on the mend, litt On the run, accused of murder, Fleur is alone and scared on the streets of London, slowly starving, she only one thing left of value: her body. Since I am trying to read the back catalog of King I decided this would be a great quick read. It certainly has an interesting lore about it with the incorporation of sirens and the backdrop of an overarching war, but it's hard to identify with Julia considering she has uber "special snowflake" syndrome. For a girl who can wield special powers such as hypnotism and shifting into a werecat, it seems her own interests are in the boys she's toggling between, and considering her destiny to lead a people forward - guess what she's more occupied asking an Oracle whom she can consult about the future?She wants to know whether or not she will be alone. This book had a good mix of the personal and political, heavy on the personal, which I liked. Hopefully this brain rattle, knocked some sense into y????Secret Identity by Jill Sanders (Secret Series #5)I was given this Beta in exchange for my honest opinion.While, I hadn't ever really given much thought to Eve's character before, she definitely changed my opinion in this one.
I'll never get married!"The writing continues to be the biggest detractor from this particular story, between stilted dialogue and a significant disconnect with the established characters. She finally thinks her life is on the mend, little does she know the Mr.Kent is the Adam Kent, Duke of Ridgeway and the man who took her virginity and bought her that night.
I'll admit when I put the book down, I just didn't remember much about it, nor did I feel compelled to read more into the world or about the respective characters because they felt so threadbare.Suffice to say, I think this series just isn't for me.
Adam is a scarred after the Battle of Waterloo leaves half his body and his face with scares, in a loveless marriage, he finally gives into desire and has sex with a whore. It is stunningly gorgeous, really fits the story, and I utterly adore it.Aside from the cover, my thoughts on this book are really mixed. Trying to get her out of his mind, he forms a plans for her the have a respectable job as his daughter’s governess, thinking that would be that as he’ll never have to truly see her as he’s away from home.
Bear with me as I try and sort out my mess of feelings on this story.Let's start at the beginning.
The attraction between the two slowly grows from fear, to understand to friendship into love.
You don't need to read the other books in this series to get the full experience of this book.Eve works with her two best friends, Carter and Mitch. Adam a true man of honor knows he can’t betray his wife or family again and Fleur still runs for a past that could have her hanged.
The author gives you a long, dry, drawn out narrative of the character reminding you (or informing you) about everything thatI can say with 100% certainty, the cover made me choose this book. While on a business trip in Chicago, they finally start to be romantic with each other when tragedy strikes EvI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.I have read a few of the other books in this series and this did not disappoint. The author gives you a long, dry, drawn out narrative of the character reminding you (or informing you) about everything that happened in the last book. While on a business trip in Chicago, they finally start to be romantic with each other when tragedy strikes Eve and she can't remember who she is anymore. I really enjoyed the way Carter was with Eve after the accident and really felt the love blooming between them.


I stuck with it, and eventually we got to the actual story of the current book, and it improved.
It seemed a little rushed and I never really understood her motives or if she really understood why she was the way she was. Being that they have always been in each other's lives it was only a matter of time.After a tragic accident that stole Eve's memories it is Carter that nurses her back to health.
It was like "Oh Caleb, I'm so mad at you so could you go stand over there where I don't have to look at you while I sit here and pout? She slowly starts to regain her memories and more importantly just how deep her feelings are for Carter.Throughout this book there is a sense of deep devotion and love between not only Eve and Carter but also their best friend Mitch and his fiance Sandi.
Thanks, I really appreciate that you are willing to give me space even while you sulk." - No, that isn't an actual line from the story, it is me exaggerating a bit.
Because underneath the storytelling style that bugged the heck out of me, was a good story.
I actually really did like the plot, and I continued to read when while resisting the urge to give up, because I honestly wanted to know what happened.
But if this writing style doesn't bother you and you are a plot driven reader, you could very well really like this book.I'm a character driven reader, and I really didn't bond with any of the characters. The best advice I can give is wait until this is available as an ebook, download the sample, and try it for yourself. If you aren't bothered by the style, consider buying it because underneath an unrefined storytelling style, is a gem of a story with important themes like "nothing is set in stone, make your own future, and karma is a bitch." One other thing - If you are reading this for the romance bit - I wouldn't.
It really isn't a romance, even though there is a 'love triangle.' Dianne Jun 02, 2013With a great re-cap in the first few pages, I was easily caught up in the action as Julia makes an astounding discovery that could change her life forever!
Her troubles mount as a vision that tells of her future is revealed to her, and it definitely runs polar opposite to "the curse." Which is correct? Julia sees no way to keep those she loves safe from the Guild, headed by her evil mother, except to hide away iWith a great re-cap in the first few pages, I was easily caught up in the action as Julia makes an astounding discovery that could change her life forever!
Julia sees no way to keep those she loves safe from the Guild, headed by her evil mother, except to hide away in Sirenity.
Too often her lack of forethought for her actions put those she supposedly loved in danger.
On the plus side, her best friend, her father and several others picked up the slack and kept me reading and rooting for them!



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