- File Size: 3221 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Death by Choc Lit (April 9, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y5LN8BP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,381,821 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tell Me No Secrets: a gripping thriller you won't want to put down Kindle Edition
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A Kate begins a new life with a new job as a private investigator, she meets Ben for the first time. There are sparks there, ones she knows she shouldn’t be feeling, but it’s hard not to notice a man as handsome as Ben… or one in as much turmoil as she, even if he does his best to hide it.
The case they’re currently working on will bring them closer – and bring out truths that neither one was expecting. Lives are about to be changed. Can something as honest and true as real love survive?
Tell Me No Secrets is a heartbreaking, captivating story. Two people who have faced the greatest tragedies of their lives now must face even more. The outcome is not guaranteed unless love can break through their barriers. Only time, patience and solving a mystery may bring them to their own happy ending.
There are times in a story that I will absolutely loathe characters. Kate’s mother is now at the undeniably top of that list, followed closely by Rob. What despicable people. And the truly sad part is, these types of monsters do truly exist in our world, unfortunately. It was with satisfaction that I watched Ben and Kate leave their pasts behind for a better future together. Nothing can erase the past, but with the right support and people in our lives we can live again… and deserve to be happy. Tell Me No Secrets gives us a good mystery to solve, a look at how devastation affects people differently, quietly rejoice when people do truly get what they deserve in life (the good and the bad) and find a love that is strong enough to not be broken by life. And that is a treasure to hold onto.
There are twists and turns in Tell Me No Secrets, the type that keeps you glued to the page. Not everything is as it seems, and there is a darker level to this story as it moves forward. In all, it’s a thrilling ride that you won’t want to miss.
This story has many layers, and I’m quite certain you’ll enjoy discovering them all for yourself. I’d definitely recommend this story to any reader no matter the genre, but Romantic Suspense readers would particularly enjoy this one.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
Kate's story is one that will resonate with many; how long can you allow yourself to be in the dark when someone you love has secrets that are damaging your life? I adored Kate, she was hard-working, had sound morals, and above all cared about those in her life. Her history was tragic, and in taking care of her twin sister Eve, paralysed from a car accident that killed their brother James and left only Kate walking away without serious injury, you can feel her survivor's guilt seep off the page, and makes you root for her.
In walks Ben; (oh Ben, what a guy!) the Son of the 'Parker & Son' where Kate begins her new job in the world of Private Investigating, she begins to really accept how out-of-control her relationship with her fiance Rob has turned. Suspicious of his secrecy, and lack of warmth, their current investigation turns personal, and Ben is there to hold her up, and make her understand how badly she is being treated. Ben was a superb hero for our story, and I loved seeing how their individual healing processes developed after they met each other.
With twists and turns, mystery turning into a dangerous game of life and death, 'Tell Me No Secrets' had me racing to the finish line, desperate to see how my new friends would fare in the war against drugs. Lynda Stacey made the situation feel so real by including a number of brilliantly created secondary characters, who you could relate to, or at least recognise from day-to-day life. Eric and Eve's story was one that had me grinning from ear to ear, and I really enjoyed seeing the inner turmoil of Isobel, who even if you don't like, you'll see as a real human being with true emotions and fears.
A brilliant 5 Star read from Lynda Stacey!
Kate has been living with her boyfriend, Rob, for a year. Things aren't going well in that direction ... he's become secretive, having whispered telephone conversations, and disappearing sometimes for days at a time.
Once upon a time, Kate had been a lawn enforcement officer. She would like to stay in that field of work, and decides to become a private investigator. Joining a well established firm, Kate is thrown in the path of Ben Parker, son of the owner. She has a lot to learn and Ben is more than happy to train her. But Ben has secrets ...something has happened to him in the past ... something he's not quite willing to share with Kate.
As a Romantic Suspense, this book has a very good story line with characters that are deftly defined. Kate's mother is the mother from hell, intrusive, sarcastic, and a very sharp tongue. She's the character you love to hate. There are twists, but not noticeable until parts of the story start to meld together. This is a light, easy read.
Many thanks to the author / Choc Lit / Netgalley for the digital copy. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.