LITTLE SECRETS
by Connie Crow

February 2004
ISBN: 1-58749-414-0
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Little Secrets is more than just little secrets in my opinion. Little Secrets is about a past that has come back to haunt David and Michelle. After 25 years, they are reunited and it begins the start of secrets that have been held by not only David and Michelle, but by others as well.


Michelle now goes by the name Karen, which is her middle name. Karen is a best selling author. Michelle and Joe, her husband, are attending their sons’ graduation from the Air Force Academy. Only they are in for a surprise as well, they are meeting his fiancé and her family. The surprise is a big one for David and Karen as this is the first time they have talked or even seen each other in about 25 years.


David and Karen both have a past together but no one knows except the two of them. Unfortunately their past can not stay in the past and they are forced to tell their spouses and children about the weekend they stayed together. This causes a lot of problems for the kids, Mark and Jenny.


Suzanne is David’s wife and is not at all happy about the way her life has turned out and not happy that Jenny is going to be a military wife. She wants more for Jenny than that. Suzanne is also a keeper of secrets, secrets that will hurt and possible destroy several lives as well.


Ms. Crow has given us a great story of how love can withstand the test of time and how that love only grows, even when it is buried for years and the two people in love are not together. Little Secrets is a book that will have you thinking that the worse has happened but then something else happens and you wonder when it will all stop. When will all the pain and deception be over with and everyone move on with their lives?


Little Secrets is one book that you will be hard pressed to set down. I know I wanted to finish it in one setting but life interrupted and I couldn’t. The characters of David and Michelle have grown and Ms. Crow lets you see this and the joys of their life. The secondary characters play a major role in the story as well as without David and Michelle, the story would not be nearly as good as it is. This is one story that reminds you that little secrets can cause major problems in the future.


Reviewed in January 2004 by Pam.

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