Secrets aren't meant to be told. They're meant to disguise, ruin or enhance something that's the honest-to-God truth.
The only real thing going for Kelinda Milliken is her grant work at the University of Texas in Austin, where she examines specimens day after day with a vaccine for HIV in sight.
That is until Kelinda finds herself home in Edgewood, Maine to bury her mother and settle her very wealthy estate. Although Maine is the last place she wants to be, she finds herself trapped in her past while going through her mother's things to find all the secrets she'd kept from Kelinda for years.
Rory McCary, a professional snowboarder, has never forgotten his first true love. Even though he's set to walk down the aisle to a beautiful, amazing woman, he can't get the past out of his head.
Rory's hang-ups over the past reaches a boiling point when he realizes his ex-girlfriend, Keely, is back in town and dealing with a life-altering hardship.
With every attempt to avoid her, he finally gives in to face the only woman who ever walked away from him only to find out that everything that happened was a lie.
Secrets aren't meant to be told but if they are discovered, it can not only ruin but obliterate everything you ever knew about life.
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Loved this story
Worth The Credit!!
The synopsis tells you everything you need to know except that you should really read this book. It's worth the credit.
Really well written, engaging and enjoyable story. Could not stop listening.
A wonderful roller-coaster ride of emotions from innocence, love and happiness to betrayal, deceit, heartbreak, hate back to hope, love and happiness.
Talk about a life altering Betrayal. What a manipulative bitch of a mother. While it's not a completely original concept for a book, there are several elements that do make it an original plot line. There are so twists in the story, you are never quite sure what's going to happen next.
This is the first time I have listened to this narrator. Aria Abienta did a really good job with the narration. Pleasant voice easy on the ears. Nice smooth even narration. Good character voices. She brought the characters to life. I would absolutely listen to her narrate other books.
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