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Those Secrets We Keep Paperback – June 2, 2015
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Praise for Those Secrets We Keep
“Emily Liebert’s evocative new novel reveals how the secrets we keep can entangle—and how only the deep power of friendships can set us free. Settle in for a vacation at the lake with these unforgettable women. Within a few pages, you’ll practically feel the warm sand beneath your toes.”—Sarah Pekkanen, author of Things You Won’t Say
More Praise for Emily Liebert
“A fun, insightful read. Liebert is a welcome addition to the world of women’s fiction.”—New York Times bestselling author Jane Green
“Fans of Jane Green and Jennifer Weiner will appreciate the realistic concerns of Liebert’s heroines.”—Booklist
“Emily Liebert’s latest will keep you turning pages long past bedtime.”—New York Times bestselling author Beatriz Williams
About the Author
Emily Liebert is the award-winning author of Some Women, Those Secrets We Keep, When We Fall, You Knew Me When, and the nonfiction book Facebook Fairytales. She’s been featured on Today, The Rachael Ray Show, and Anderson Cooper 360°, and in InStyle, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Chicago Tribune, among other national media outlets.
Top customer reviews
“Enter Broken. Leave Fixed”. That’s what Aunt Annabel tells Sloane when she offers up her lake house to her niece for a girlfriends’ getaway. I loved Sloane. She’s heartbreakingly fragile and still so lost after her sister’s death. Her grief has led her to question her happiness and her marriage and she’s counting on her time with her friends at the lake house to help her find her way. What she’s not prepared for is all the girlfriend drama.
Close friendships can be complicated, even more so when lies and secrets come to light. But Liebert does an excellent job showcasing the strengths and vulnerabilities of each of the women and you can’t help but cheer for them as they face their fears and insecurities and make decisions that leave them feeling hopeful about their futures.
Perhaps the secret each woman carries like a yoke around her neck should shock me, but I have read about the same secrets so many times that they are predictable. Having a baby, not wanting a baby, searching for exciting love from an old beau, discovering old beau happened to find Sloane's best friend out of all the women in Paris (that really stretches credulity) - mix and match and, voila, a new book is born.
Despite predicting the outcome, I read the entire book, hoping for a surprise. Alas, the surprise never came.