Dark Secrets of the Heart

Dark Secrets of the Heart

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by Margaret Marr
     
 

Anna Michaels lives in a small town where life is slow and quiet, and she likes it that way. Her only fear is that someone will discover rock star, Chris Gentry, visits her from time to time to get away from the hassles of the music business--to find peace from an out-of-control lifestyle. A place where dark secrets remain hidden until someone digs them up. Caught…  See more details below

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Anna Michaels lives in a small town where life is slow and quiet, and she likes it that way. Her only fear is that someone will discover rock star, Chris Gentry, visits her from time to time to get away from the hassles of the music business--to find peace from an out-of-control lifestyle. A place where dark secrets remain hidden until someone digs them up. Caught between the love of two men--one a rough country boy, the other a wild city boy--Anna's life becomes endangered when someone follows Chris to his hideaway--someone with deadly vengeance in their heart--who will stop at nothing to take Anna out of the equation and hit Chris where it hurts the most.

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he author creates a spiral of suspense from the start in this dramatic page turner. With gripping moments keeping the momentum and a heroine who deserves only the best, readers of romantic suspense will enjoy this mixture of love, passion, betrayal, and retribution.
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The author creates a spiral of suspense from the start in this dramatic page turner. With gripping moments keeping the momentum and a heroine who deserves only the best, readers of romantic suspense will enjoy this mixture of love, passion, betrayal, and retribution.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780744313284
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
07/15/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
418 KB

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Meet the Author

A great love and curiosity for the spooky and unexplained led Margaret Marr to writing paranormal stories laced with romance, mystery, and horror. She especially loves cemeteries and is fascinated by one in her hometown where most of the gravestones are marked with unknown occupants and entire families were wiped out in one day.

Margaret is a staff writer for Nights and Weekends, a popular e-zine filled with reviews of books, movies, games, music, columns, and humor, so you don’t have to spend another weekend brushing your dog's teeth for lack of something better to do.
Future plans include traveling around the USA visiting haunted houses and cemeteries, building a log cabin in the woods with the love of her life, and settling down to something normal to become the next mega-seller in the competitive world of books.

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Dark Secrets of the Heart 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Orignally posted at: www.longandshortreviews.blogspot.com ***** Dark Secrets of the Heart has all the thrills anyone could ask for, and a better-than-usual romance. Dark Secrets of the Heart has an immediate dramatic impact, partly because it starts with the hair-raising awareness of something unidentifiable, out there in the night. The impact is heightened as the story is presented in the first person. What could be worse than some unexplained shadow in the darkness? Anna hopes of course that its just the rock-star of a best friend Chris, coming over at this ridiculous hour...but then again, what if it isn't? The start promises more thrills to come; although we have to wait a while. The story bogs down at this point, with too many explanations of the past. Dialogue is very believable, as is Anna and Chris' slightly peculiar relationship. Their relationship is not easily predictable, and its founded on this wonderful, long-standing friendship. Chris' concerns and Anna's support of him is wonderful - and quite a step from the usual run of 'romance' romances. If home is where the heart is, there is a lot of heart in their relationship. As diverting as that relationship is - we are all too aware that they are both failing to pay attention to something out there in the dark! We readers are more anxious, suddenly, than the characters. We know something is going to happen - and we have that classic 'thriller' urge to shout out some warning to Anna. There are some fabulously creepy moments - although they don't build in any logical way. Real thriller fans will be gnashing their teeth for 'something' to happen, during some of the intervals of pool-playing and other diversions! Sooner or later, the shadow will strike! Descriptions are well-done and heighten the mood. I especially liked how some of the descriptions revealed some inner-angst (like Chris, staring up at the moon and imagining a face looking down at him.) Spooky incidents keep Dark Secrets of the Heart interesting; a worthwhile read.