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Secret Past

Anna Sugg Contemporary Romance Heat Rating: 3

Sarah Shapiro rummages through the ruins of her grandmother’s deteriorating farmhouse and discovers a metal box and a Tommy gun buried beneath the floorboards. While trying to unravel the mystery of her grandmother’s secret past with the contents inside the box, the Tommy gun disappears, her soon to be ex-husband is killed, and how could she possibly fall in love with a deceiving contractor, who happens to have a wife. Review: It was a little confusing at the beginning, but once you understood the players and figured out the gist of where it was going, it was really intriguing and likeable. It had complex and interesting characters and a story from her grandmother’s past that connects with hers and a Tommy gun was also thrown in the mix. You liked Sarah and the journey she went on when she went on her trip minus her better half. The characters you liked, you really liked and there were a few that needed to be despised and they were. Give it a chance, you might be very surprised. | Reviewer: Cassandra Graham |

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