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Best Kept Secrets Mass Market Paperback – March 25, 2014
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Sandra Brown is the author of sixty-eight New York Times bestsellers. There are over eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. She lives in Texas. For more information you can visit www.SandraBrown.net.
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I am sad to say that this book was not only a waste of money and also my time. The book subject matter has caused me to loose all respect for her as an author. I won't be purchasing any more of her books.
In the courtroom, Greg was the bane of guilty defendants, lying witnesses, and orderly judges. He talked too loud, smoked too much, drank in abundance, and wore five- hundred- dollar pinstriped suits with lizard boots that cost twice that much. To say that he was flashy and egomaniacal would be gross understatements. He was shrewd, ambitious, ruthless, relentless, and profane, and would therefore probably carve out quite a niche for himself in state politics, which was his driving ambition. He believed in the reward system and appreciated raw talent.
I doubt I will re-read the story as I found it sad. I do look forward to other works by this author.
Have no idea what Brown was thinking when she set the plot. I thought it was going to be a good mystery. It wasn't. Thought I was in for a good mystery not a romance with such explicit sex,did not needed to be so explicit. Maybe the copyright date holds the clue to that because it could have been in that time period that books were pushing the explicit sex envelope. Not only that, it was a little creepy to have the males interested in the daughter sexually of the woman they were close to and wanted to marry but now dead. To be present at the child's birth and then meet her as an adult and desire her just seems really immoral but these were not real men of integrity in the book anyway and no fear of God in them anywhere. Of course, like many others in this day and age who do not understand The True and Living God, Brown makes the major Christians in the book to be the fringe kind that do on understand the Grace of God. The only other supposedly Christians in the book are a little suspect in their faith too. Maybe this all says a lot of where Brown is not in her own Faith or understanding of The Lord.
I guess what we can take form this book is how self-righteousness without the guiding of the Holy Spirit can really mess up life for oneself and for others. One can be self-righteous without being a Christian.
I do not know why I kept reading it. Read it on my Kindle so could not easily jump to the end to see if I was correct at who did the murder. If I could have I would have and stopped reading it. I felt like I walked through the mud when I finished it. It did not leave me with a good feeling. I am writing this review to help get rid of that feeling. I am sorry I read it. This was the first book of Brown's I have read. Not interested in reading another one unless I preview it first in a library. She is a prolific writer and me not buying her books will not make a dent in her revenue. She even has received some rewards but from a writing standpoint, this is mediocre.
Think twice and don't buy this unless you are a person who prefers smutty books with little substance. If you really want to read it get it from a library.