Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Book review: Grave Secret (Secret McQueen #5) by Sierra Dean
Sometimes a secret goes to the grave. Sometimes Secret puts you there.
It’s been a hell of a year for Secret McQueen, and the last thing in the world she wants is to get caught up in werewolf drama. But when her former fiancé Lucas Rain shows up asking for her help, she knows there’s no easy way out.
After making it known she wants nothing to do with him, Secret agrees to help find Lucas’s wayward sister Kellen. After all, how much trouble could one socialite get into in the city that never sleeps?
Unless that socialite has been spirited away by fairies.
Trying to track down a missing girl in an alternate reality is just the start of Secret’s problems, though. Someone appears to be killing teenagers, and the MO looks eerily similar to something for which the half-fairy oracle, Calliope, might be responsible. Throw in a rogue wolf pack claiming allegiance to Secret’s mother, Mercy, and she’ll have miles to go before she rests.
Warning: This book contains a promise fulfilled, sex that’s out of this world, and more heartache than one hybrid assassin can handle
Book 5 in the Secret McQueen series picks up with more drama for poor Secret. Kellen Lucas sister and Secret's friend is missing. She promises to find her. Mercy Secret's mom is back and trying to kill her again. There's a possibility that Calliope is killing teenagers and Keaty wants her to find out. There's more than that but i don't want to give anything away because part of the big draw for me when reading is the fact that you can't figure out what's coming. Least i can't. lol Big stuff happens in this book. I still can't decide if i am team Holden or Team Desmond. You get plenty of both in this book to screw up your head deciding. There are also a few twists i didn't see coming and am not sure i am happy with at all. This book for me made me laugh and feel for the characters. Lucas is still a ass but hopefully he can learn something soon and redeem himself a bit. I did like him in the beginning when he seemed smart and strong but i am thinking he's pretty lost right now. Sierra Dean is a master at torturing her characters. It's a thrill ride all the way through and leaves you as always, wanting more. 5 out of 5 stars for Grave Secret by Sierra Dean.
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