Grave Secret (Secret McQueen, #5)
Pages no: 301
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Aw man, I'm sorry to be right. I knew [spoiler] Brigit's [/spoiler] time was nearing the end but it was still really sad. A very emotional scene. Poor Secret, I thought she was building up a nice circle of people she could count on but it seems to be diminishing.Secret continues to grow as a charact...
I will give Sierra Dean due credit. She has crafted a world and characters that have completely sucked me in. I can’t stop reading these books. I have feelings –very strong feelings—about these stories that I cannot ignore. This says a lot about Dean’s gift as a writer. Book after book, I am on t...
Once again Dean has managed to pull the rabbit out the hat and create a superb read.Although the book can be read as a stand-alone novel I would suggest reading the series, starting with Something Secret This Way Comes: Secret McQueen, even if only to acquaint yourselves with the talent of Dean.When...
I've had the eARC of Grave Secret for months before I finally broke down and read it. Once I started reading it, I could not stop. I was anxious, my stomach was in knots and I wanted to do bodily harm to Secret and my Kindle. Grave Secret had my emotions all over the place and it did not let go.I'm ...
Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsMy favourite heroine is back at it and is once again biting off more than she can chew. To my delight she handles it all in true Secret McQueen fashion; by running her mouth and delivering some of the best one-liners of her Urban Fantasy career. There’s no shortage of action ...