House of Secrets

House of Secrets

Book - 2011
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Peterson Presents a Compelling Contemporary Tale

When her father orchestrates a surprise trip to the summer house of her childhood, Bailee Cooper is unprepared for what follows. What is intended to be a happy reunion for Bailee and her sisters, Geena and Piper, quickly becomes shrouded by memories from the past.

Together again, the three sisters sift through their recollections of fifteen years ago...of an ill mother, and of their father making a desperate choice. They vowed, as children, to be silent--but one sister believes the truth must now be revealed. Yet can they trust their memories?

Mark Delahunt arrives in the wake of this emotional turmoil. Determined to win Bailee's affection, Mark becomes the strong fortress for her in this time of confusion, and what was once a tentative promise begins to take root and grow. Caught between the past and an uncertain future, can Bailee let God guide her to heal the past and ultimately to embrace love?
Publisher: Bloomington, MN : Bethany House, c2011.
ISBN: 9780764209222
Characteristics: 309 p. ;,22 cm.


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Jenerallyhappy Jun 07, 2014

Kind of hokey. It was a cute read and seemed interesting at first, but quickly turned into a sitcom type, "I can solve the worlds problems in 1000 words or less" story. The characters were not very deep and the main characters were unbelievable and preachy. I gave it 2 stars because I was able to finish it, but think it might have been a waste of time. It had promise, but did not live up to my expectation.

Aug 10, 2012

A great debut of modern romantic fiction by Tracie Peterson.Her skills travel over to this new style well, creating an emotional roller coaster that warms the heart.

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