A Bloody Good Secret
You can’t keep a good Secret for long. Secret McQueen, Book 2After cheating death twice in one night, confessing her true nature to her werewolf soul mates and being asked to kill one of her closest friends, Secret took a much-needed vacation. By running away. Now she’s back in town—dragged... show more
You can’t keep a good Secret for long. Secret McQueen, Book 2After cheating death twice in one night, confessing her true nature to her werewolf soul mates and being asked to kill one of her closest friends, Secret took a much-needed vacation. By running away. Now she’s back in town—dragged kicking and screaming—determined to clear Holden Chancery’s name. Right after she finds out what he’s accused of. It shouldn’t be hard—Holden has a habit of using their new and scintillating psychic bond to break into her thoughts and dreams at some very, shall we say, awkward moments. Just a few things stand in her way: a secretive Tribunal leader, a group of would-be vampire slayers and two werewolf boyfriends who refuse to let her operate in her customary lone-wolf style. Even less amusing are the terrifying creatures that someone is using in an attempt to gain control of the council. Even for this out-of-the-ordinary bounty hunter, it’s a challenge with potentially deadly teeth. Warning: Contains an ever-plucky heroine with no shortage of weapons, super-hot mind games, an ever-complicated love triangle and one hell of a creepy amusement park.
Publish date: September 20th 2011
Publisher: Samhain Publishing Ltd
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
Series: Secret McQueen (#2)
I feared I wouldn't like this one as much as the first time I read it, given the fact that the first two were just ok to me after re-reading them. Thankfully, I really liked this one. Secret was less annoying and judgmental and made some smarter decisions. I liked the focus of finding evidence th...
A Bloody Good Secret begins with Secret taking a three month long hiatus from all of the tasks she's been given from the previous book. Now she's suppose to kill her old warden because they claim he is a traitor. But Secret knows he would never betray them especially her. Now she's having crazy drea...
This book is a typical book which the literary snobs and self-appointed guardians of moral would consider trash literature. Maybe even a candidate for a little book burning among friends in their inner circles. It is made up of a decent enough but somewhat thin and certainly not very challenging plo...
Good, but not as good as the prequel. There was one scene which I didn't really get. It was as if the author gave me too much credit and assumed I'd understand what the heck it'd be all about.. *scratches head* That was kinda sad. XD In hinsight I suppose there wasn't more to it than I assume it wa...