Book Reviews of Tell Me Your Secrets ... (Harlequin Blaze, No 286)

Tell Me Your Secrets ... (Harlequin Blaze, No 286)
Tell Me Your Secrets - Harlequin Blaze, No 286
Author: Cara Summers
ISBN-13: 9780373792900
ISBN-10: 0373792905
Publication Date: 11/1/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Tell Me Your Secrets ... (Harlequin Blaze, No 286) on + 302 more book reviews
The heroine's point of view in this book is all written in the 1st person, which i found a bit distracting, but otherwise this was a good read. Lots of plot twists and mystery.... and hot sex!

A soap opera writer finds out she was adopted and has a twin that has gone missing. She decides to impersonate the twin and investigate. She falls for the twin's fiance. The heronie Brooke is best friends with Pepper Rossi from "when she was bad" by the same author.

I only hope the twin, Cameron, will get her own story in the future.
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A good read about the head writer on a soap opera that discovers she has a twin sister that has been missing for 5 weeks but no report has been filed. Each is adopted by two couples at birth but neither is aware of that. Interesting with a yummy hero!
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You are really going to enjoy this one. Lots of mystery and suspense! I just love the books in this mini-series (It Was A dark and Sexy Night) Lots of twists and turns, and suprises in store.

It was a dark and sexy night... And Brooke Ashby knew she was in over her head.

As head writer for the soap opera Secrets, she was used to living vicariously through her characters. But that all changed the day she learned she was adopted, and that her identical twin sister had mysteriously disappeared. What else could she do but try to discover what had happened, even if it meant taking her sister's place? It shouldn't be hard. After all, she was good at research and had a talent for acting, if she did say so herself. Her plan seemed foolproofuntil Brooke found herself in bed with her sister's fiancé.
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GOOD BOOK
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I don't usually like "modern day" stories, but this one I liked. Narrated in 1st person, which was a bit weird, but hot, hot sex! I found it to be an entertaining, quick read.
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It was a dark and sexy night...
And Brooke Ashby knew she was in over her head. As head writer for the soap opera Secrets, she was used to living vicariously through her characters. But that all changed the day she learned she was adopted, and that her identical twin sister had mysteriously disappeared. What else could she do but try to discover what had happened, even if it meant taking her sister's place? It shouldn't be hard. AFter all, she was good at research and had a talent for acting, if she did say so herself. Her plan seemed foolproof...until Brooke found herself in bed with her sister's fiancee...
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The first page has a tear in it from when my toddler wanted to play. Still in good condition, just that one little tear.