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by Brooke Moss
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Frenchy rated it 6 years ago
misfitgeek rated it 6 years ago
There were some good parts. It was a little too "My Best Friend's Wedding" for me.
The Book Reading Gals Romance Reviews
Title: Keeping Secrets In SeattleSeries: N/AAuthor: Brooke MossGenre: RomanceBlurb: Seattle hairstylist Violet Murphy always knew the day would come when her best friend Gabe Parker would want to settle down. She’d secretly wished it would be with her, but now that he’s chosen someone else—the ...
Susanlovesbooks rated it 7 years ago
Loved it!
Cecilia Robert
Cecilia Robert rated it 7 years ago
So glad I got to read Brooke Moss' Keeping Secrets in Seattle. And what a treat this story was! I am a huge fan of Friends to Lovers stories. This one did not disappoint. Violet and Gabe have known each other since childhood. Somewhere in-between they fell in love (adorable) but something happened t...
Page Trotters
Page Trotters rated it 7 years ago
First of all big thanks to Entangled and Netgalley for the ARC!!! We love free stuff! Overall I loved this book. Spoiler alert we like best friend love here at Page Trotters. Even that horrible unrequited stuff. Mostly because in the end she realizes when she meets the new guy that "Hey, maybe I did...
GingerRead Reviews
GingerRead Reviews rated it 7 years ago
Violet Murphy is the type of girl I would liked to have been in my early twenties. You know, just a couple of years ago. ;) Who am I kidding? Violet Murphy is the type of girl I would still like to be. She is comfortable in her own skin, size twelve (gasp) skin no less. She is spunky with a few ta...
Aimee rated it 7 years ago
This was a bit darker than I thought it was going to be. But it turned out to be a pretty compelling read. When I first started reading, I had My Best Friends Wedding expectations from this book. But it was nothing like that. It turned out even better. This book had me in tears in quite a few places...
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