Title: Dark Secrets 1: Legacy of Lies; Don't Tell
Author: Elizabeth Chandler
Amount of Pages: 431
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Relase Date: August 4, 2009
Geared Towards: Teens
Extra Info: Elizabeth Chandler also wrote the Kissed by an Angel trilogy [Click HERE for review].
From: Simon & Schuster (Review Copy)
Summary (From B.O.B):
Two girls haunted by the past...and destined to relieve it
In Legacy of Lies, Megan has to stay with the uptight grandmother she wants nothing ot do with. She's determined to get through the viist without any drama, but when she falls into a twisted love triangle with potentially fatal consequences, Megan may be caught up in her family's legacy in more ways than she realizes.
In Don't Tell, Lauren knows that by returning to the town where her mother drowned seven years ago, she'll be reliving one of her most haunting memories. When she arrives, she is propelled into a series of mysterious events that mimic the days leading up to her mother's death. Maybe her mother's drowning wasn't an accident after all...and maybe Lauren is next.
Wdebo's Review: I quite enjoyed Kissed By An Angel, so I was really happy to be able to read Dark Secrets. I enjoyed it a lot more then Kissed By An Angel, there is that paranormal romance part of it (always a plus in books), but I guess its because I like stories together that link together but are totally different from each other.
My favorite one of the two was Legacy of Lies. It's probobly because I believe in reincarnation and how we will keep living lifetimes until we have lived perfectly and can go to a "Heaven." I think it's romantic how they will forever be together for every single lifetime and how each life plays out the same but with different tweeks.
I liked the guys in the stories, they were pretty awesome :) But the girls were pretty weak and it annoyed me.
Cafe Cover Chat: I think it's an ok cover, kinda on the bland side though, and I am not quite sure what the key is for. (B-)
Hungry For More? Yes! I do, I actually really want to read Dark Secrets 2, Don't Tell ended in a kinda of a cliffhanger so I want to see what happens.
All in all, a very well written book, for paranormal romance lovers of all ages, and sure to make you want to read the next installment!