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Secrets (Glenbrooke)

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A book by Robin Jones Gunn

The Glenbrooke Series    Jessica ran from her past...but can she hide from love?    Jessica Morgan wants desperately to forget the past and begin a new life. She chooses a small, peaceful town tucked away in Oregon’s … see full wiki

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Author: Robin Jones Gunn
Publisher: Multnomah Books
1 review about Secrets (Glenbrooke)

Very enjoyable "sweet" romance

  • Apr 16, 2010
"Secrets" is a contemporary, sweet romance novel. This novel had the most romantic car accident scene I've ever read. I'm half in love with Kyle, myself.

The characters were engaging, and the world-building and pacing were very good. The theme was about the burden of keeping secrets and what that can do to your life. Enough hints were given early on and throughout the book that I had a general idea of what Jessica's secret was, so I wasn't disappointed by it. (Generally, I've found that "hidden until the end" secrets rarely live up to the expectations that have been built up.)

There were several Christian characters and their faith made a meaningful difference in their lives. A character who was a cultural Christian did decide to pursue a personal knowledge of and relationship with Jesus, but this came about more from her daily interactions with the Christian characters than their "preaching" at her.

There was no sex or bad language. Overall, I'd recommend this novel as enjoyable, clean reading.

Source: I won this novel in a Twitter contest held by the publisher.

Reviewed by Debbie from Genre Reviews
(genrereviews. blogspot. com)

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