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Secrets in the Air (Secrets Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Rhett's more than happy to help with the FBI missions. And he's even more inspired when he learns his grandfather started doing the missions after the death of Rhett's twin, Annabelle. It's a testament to her memory he's glad to carry. But things go amiss on the first mission. Not only is he forced to cross paths with his estranged mother, but he comes face-to-face with one of the traffickers. And he returns home to his husband, Kaden, more than a little worse for wear.
But Rhett remains determined to bring down the traffickers at whatever the cost. And as he's soon to find out, the cost may be greater than he'd ever imagined...
Can I just say that I hope no one ever has parents like Rhett's? Seriously. I was pretty much appalled with them from the beginning. And it all just seems to go downhill from there.
Kaden and Rhett make for an interesting couple. There's something about their playful banter that helped keep the book light despite some of the heavy plot points. It was so evident how much they care for each other throughout the story.
This book underscores the meaning of family. So many times people talk about the family you choose versus the family you're born with. And as much as we often thing we're stuck with the latter, I don't think we should necessarily feel that way. Family is about love, trust, and caring. If you don't have that with the people who are supposed to be your family, then go out and find it elsewhere. The people who give you those things because they want to (blood or otherwise)--not with some begrudging attitude--are the ones who you should truly value in your life.
Kaden and Rhett were the perfect couple. They loved and respected each other and after thirteen years, the romance was still strong. This story was more than just a romance though. It was full of suspense, mystery and a few curves thrown in to keep things interesting.
The relationship between Kaden and Rhett wasn’t the only important dynamic in Secrets in the Air. There were characters that I both loved and hated. You know that an author has your attention when characters have you fuming from the minute that they’re introduced. Let’s just say that there are some people who should never be allowed to have children…. really.
Even though the relationship between Kaden and Rhett was established, Secrets in the Air wasn’t lacking in the romance department. It wasn’t lacking in anything else either. The characters were strong (I loved Rhett’s grandfather and Kaden’s mom) as well as the suspense that kept the pages turning. There were twists, turns and revelations and through it all, Kaden and Rhett were there for each other and everyone else they loved and cared about.
This is my first Liz Borino read and it definitely won’t be my last. I’ve already picked up the second book in the Secrets series, No Time for Secrets and I’d love to give you a hint about what it’s about, but that would be spoilery and you know how I feel about spoilers. ;) You’ll just have to read Secrets in the Air to figure out what I’m talking about.