Book Review: Secrets – we all have them

Secrets by Robin Jones Gunnsecrets-robin-jones-gunn-paperback-cover-art

…one novel in the Glenbrooke series. This is the only book I’ve read by this author and was quite an easy read, plus…I couldn’t put the book down and read it in about four hours. Jessica, the protagonist, is running from something in her past and has moved to Glenbrooke, Oregon to start over. When she first arrives, she’s involved in a car accident and meets Kyle, every girl’s dream guy. She has no money, goes without food for days and, in coming up with a new identity, she starts her life over. “Secrets” follows her journey to finding herself and finding God.

I really enjoyed the start of this series. The characters are great and easily relatable; the romance is sweet and yet still, adult. There is not sexual content, but the attraction of the two parties involved is still an important part of the story. And the portrayal of Christ in this novel isn’t pushy. It’s about the personal choice a person makes to follow Him.

Overall, this was a great read and I would recommend this to readers from middle school age to adult who enjoy Christian romance/fiction books.

**This book was obtained by WaterBrook Multnomah’s Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review.

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