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  • Secrets and Scandals and Mysteries, Oh My!

    Secret societies, a mysterious disappearance, an impending curricle race...and secrets everywhere you turn. Charity Halliwell and Piers Cavanagh have been swept up in - and divided by - secrets of their own. Brought together once more by a family scandal, they soon find themselves partnering up to solve a mystery with so many twists and turns that they need to rely on one another to unravel them all. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Laura Kirman does an amazing job with the audiobook, perfectly capturing the emotion and mystery Abigail Wilson so cleverly constructed. There are hints sprinkled throughout the novel and I was able to identify the villain early on, but it had me reading on to see if I was correct, rather than keeping me from being absorbed in the mystery. The only criticism I have is that the secondary characters tended to be all-to-willing to reveal their secrets when questioned by Charity and/or Piers. I found it a bit unrealistic for a secret society, especially since Charity is a woman of the period and Piers an outcast, even if they had been friends at one time. The novel's ending was really well done, in my opinion. While Charity's actions were not exactly advisable with all that was going on, the writing had me captivated. There was a depth there that really held my attention and I absolutely had to hear what was going to happen next. The last few pages were especially thought-provoking, leaving the reader with some things to contemplate in their own relationships. That being said, this was my first Abigail Wilson novel and absolute won't be my last.

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