The main heroine, Cassie, was such a throwback. Everyone has secrets -- and until Cassie unravels those secrets, she and Jeff will never have a chance to be happy together. Easy Listening What did you love best about Secrets? Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. She was a lonely child, with a cold mother, and holding onto her love for Jeff helped her cope with her isolated life. Sed at augue sit amet ipsum viverra ullamcorper. Then in a tangled web of events Cassie meets her elusive next door neighbor, an aged movie star the greatest movie star of all time who is also a spy for the government.
But when she tried on an antique satin wedding dress, she was overcome with dizziness. Cassie becomes the child's nanny, but, even though she sees the object of her desire every day, Jeff has yet to even notice her. I always go out and buy Jude's books as soon as they hit the bookstore but I might hesitate the next time I see a new one of her titles. I found myself not wanting to put this book down once a chapter finished because I wanted to know what was going to happen next. Even when Cassie grew up, went off to college, and met a man she thought she'd marry, her heart yearned for Jeff. This book had a mediocre story line.
There was a lot of romance in this book, but no real passion. As Cassie begins to archive Althea's Hollywood memorabilia, she uncovers Althea's hidden history and is drawn, with Jeff, into a dangerous web of secrets, lies and murder. Anyway, this book is about Cassie who goes to work for Jeff as his daughter's nanny. At 29, she is happily married to her work helping single mothers on the streets of New York. I loved the murder mystery and how it was solved, as well as the resolution in the end. United by a sense of justice and the desire to right old wrongs, Sara, Kate, and Jack will have to dig into Lachlan's murky past to unravel the small town's dark secrets and work to bring the awful truth to light. Sed aliquam, urna ut sollicitudin molestie, lacus justo aliquam mauris, interdum aliquam sapien nisi cursus mauris.
It had some very good points too, that's why I gave it 3 generous stars. You can listen to the full audiobook Secrets: A Novel for free at audibay. Everyone had secrets, and until Cassie unraveled those secrets, there was no chance for happiness between her and Jeff. But when James Manville dies in a plane crash, Lillian's grief is compounded by a shocking mystery: All that Jimmie has left to her is an old farmhouse in tiny Calburn, Virginia. Romance titan Deveraux Someone to Love , etc. She begins to learn that all the people around her aren't who they claim to be. We carry new and used books in our storefront.
When she hears gunshots next door and finds aging film star Althea Fairmont lying prone but unharmed, she and the famous Althea become friends. Even when Cassie grew up, went off to college, and met a man she thought she'd marry, her heart yearned for Jeff. She began to learn that all the people around her weren't who they claimed to be. In a decisive moment, she breaks off the pending engagement and travels to Williamsburg, Virginia, where the now-widowed Jeff lives with his young daughter. Better yet, skip this book and instead go back and re-read your favorite of her earlier books.
Jude Deveraux is the author of more than forty New York Times bestsellers, including Moonlight in the Morning, The Scent of Jasmine, Scarlet Nights, Days of Gold, Lavender Morning, Return to Summerhouse, and Secrets. Everyone has secrets -- and until Cassie unravels those secrets, she and Jeff will never have a chance to be happy together. Over the years, during periods of loneliness and struggle, Cassie held on to this unrequited love in order to cope with her isolated heart and the pain of a cold mother. I've read many of them multiple times but this will not be one of them. I came to really like the characters and the story was a lot less predictable then it could have been. That should have been the focus, rather than some mystery that become confusing. I know the old Jude is out there, I miss her terribly, and I hope she's coming back.
Cassie falls in love with Jefferson Ames as a girl of 12, and she carries that love into adulthood. For years, Cassandra held on to this unrequited love in order to cope with her loneliness and the pain of her mother's coldness; even after meeting a man she thought she might marry, her heart still yearned for Jeff. Totally acceptable for young adult with advance reading. There, she meets Cole Jordan, a tall, rangy, and very appealing man. Jude has an incomparable flare for story telling, and this book is no exception. I guess even great writers can have a total miss. The murder of Florence and Jeff and Cassie being forced into working together to solve it.
While sex was mentioned as having happened, it was not described in detail. However, the actual mystery seemed to be everywhere. She was a lonely child, with a cold mother, and holding onto her love for Jeff helped her cope with her isolated life. Despite their lack of investigative experience, Sara Medlar; her niece, Kate; and Jack Wyatt found themselves at the center of the mystery, working together to reveal the truth behind a decades-old secret in the sleepy town. Cassie becomes the child's nanny, but, even though she sees the object of her desire every day, Jeff has yet to even notice her. I was always anxious to get back into the car to start listening again.