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- Print Length: 166 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 2, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078S4L43J
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,802,361 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When Kaya starts receiving gifts from a secret admirer she's flattered. Kaya always believed that there would be no romance after marriage, but her admirer shows her he knows her well and this gives her hope for the future. She's thinking about marrying an unknown man, but if she's being completely honest with herself she's already spoken for. Will she make the right decision together with a little help from the Paragon, emotional beings that can help others to move on, who are watching and aiding her?
Her Secret Friend is a great romantic story. Kaya's world is cold, there isn't much sunshine and the brightness in people's days mainly comes from the love in their hearts. Kaya is cynical though. She's seen how love can wreck someone completely and doesn't want to experience this horror. She tries to build walls around herself to remain safe, but there is someone who can break through them. I was curious to find out if she'd give this man a chance or not and read their story in one sitting.
Juliana Stevens writes about a fascinating bleak world. Culmin are trying to make the best of tough circumstances. They don't know they are being watched and helped by Paragon, which is an interesting concept. It was fun to see the same story from two different sides. Juliana Stevens writes about true love in a beautiful way. I love how she gives emotions a face and a voice. I kept hoping this would help Kaya to get over her fears and give love a chance. Her Secret Friend is a wonderful sweet story that I really enjoyed.
Kaya receives small thoughtful surprises from someone who knows her well. The notes that accompany them are signed by her secret friend. Kaya suspects it's one of the young men who work behind the store where she has a job, but she doesn't know for sure. Every morning when she gets to work a fire is already blazing and this helps Kaya against the cold outside. Kaya is stubborn and doesn't have great examples when it comes to love and marriage. She decides that she'll marry her secret friend because he's so kind and caring, but there's someone she can't help but admire. Can Kaya tell her heart who to love or does fate have other plans for her? Paragons are gifted immortals, who live in their own separate world. Every Paragon has an emotion that is theirs to spread. A Paragon notices Kaya and wants to help her find true love, will this be what she needs to finally give her heart to someone?
Her Secret Friend is a sweet and heartwarming story about real love combined with the magical touch of Paragons. I loved this angle. Kaya sometimes needs a bit or even a lot of persuasion, so she can be open to the truth inside her heart. She tries to unravel the mystery of her secret friend, but isn't terribly successful and it seems like patience is the only way to discover who's behind the wonderful thoughtful gifts. Kaya is a fierce young woman who deserves to be treasured and I was hoping for her to find the all consuming love she is wishing for.
I love to read about people who are making the best of the cards they were dealt in life and this is exactly what the culmin are doing. They make sure they have the right clothes, so they can keep out the cold as much as possible and they all have their own skills to create things that are useful during the difficult months. Juliana Stevens surprised me with her world building skills and unique and refreshing look on how emotions work. I love stories about true love and while I was reading Her Secret Friend I had a constant smile on my face. I can't wait to read the next book in the Paragon series.