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Deadly Secrets

Deadly Secrets

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by Jaycee Clark, Johanna Parker
     
 

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Secrets can hurt . . .

Bitter and resigned to a life alone, Quinlan Kinncaid swore he'd never marry-until the eccentric Ella Ferguson barged headlong into his life. But before he can trust his own feelings and build a new life with Ella, she's gone, and he's left with a secret so big he can't even bear to tell his own family.

Some secrets can destroy . . .

Ella

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Secrets can hurt . . .

Bitter and resigned to a life alone, Quinlan Kinncaid swore he'd never marry-until the eccentric Ella Ferguson barged headlong into his life. But before he can trust his own feelings and build a new life with Ella, she's gone, and he's left with a secret so big he can't even bear to tell his own family.

Some secrets can destroy . . .

Ella Ferguson is as independent as she is beautiful, and though she knows rich boys never last in the long run, she doesn't see the harm in a fling with Quinlan. After their amorous weekend threatens to become a lifelong commitment, she runs, figuring it's better to put Quin and her past behind her. Then Ella discovers a secret of her own, and telling Quin may rip both their worlds apart.

And some secrets can kill . . .

What neither of them realizes is that a malevolent man knows Ella's secret, and he'll stop at nothing to get what he wants. Afraid for her life and more alone than ever, Ella must learn to forgive herself before she can beg the forgiveness of the one man who can save her. Now it's up to Quinlan to overcome his stubborn pride in time to save Ella and the only thing that matters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452645353
Publisher:
Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date:
01/06/2014
Series:
Kinncaid Brothers Series, #5
Edition description:
Library - Unabridged CD
Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Jaycee Clark is the author of several romantic suspense novels, including Hunted, Firebird, Black Aura, and Angel Eyes. She holds a degree in elementary education from Eastern New Mexico University. Jaycee lives in Texas with her family.

Johanna Parker, an AudioFile Earphones Award winner, has earned an esteemed Audie Award and three Audie nominations. She has received high praise for her work in all genres, including her portrayal of Sookie Stackhouse in Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire Mysteries series.

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Deadly Secrets 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book in the Kincaid series was AMAZING!! I read te entire book in four hours, you just cant put it down. Jaycee Clark did a fantastic job of bringing the Kincaids to life! I laughed and cried, and tried to put together what was going to happen next. This is a MUST READ!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series - Love this book! There has not been one book from this author that I did not enjoy.  
DBurke More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. Talk about another great addition to an already great series. Ella and Quin are two very different people  who have both been hurt before and are very vulnerable. The love story between the two of them is sad, funny, hot and of course totally sexy. 
Phe_BookMusings More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars:  The youngest of five boys, Quinlan Kinncaid learned years ago that it took too much energy to fight off his four older siblings than it did to just go with the flow. His brothers all have their own home, their own families to fill them, and what does he have? A permanent limp. A job he doesn't enjoy anymore. An empty bed that he has no desire to fill. And shrink appointments, which are supposed to help him deal with things. So when his brothers plan an intervention, kidnapping him for an impromptu trip to New Orleans, Quinlan decides to just go along and bide his time. Tired of them all, bitter about his handicaps—the result of injuries he sustained last year that nearly killed him—and resigned to a life alone, he swore he’d never marry … until the eccentric Ella Ferguson barges headlong into his life. But before he can trust his own feelings and build a new life with her, she’s gone, and he’s left with a secret so big he can’t even bear to tell his own family. An independent free spirit, Ella Ferguson knows from personal experience that rich boys never last in the long run, but she doesn’t see the harm in a having a fling with Quinlan. After their amorous weekend threatens to become a lifelong commitment, she runs, figuring it’s better to put Quinlan and her past behind her. Taking a new job, in a new town, Ella packs up her life in New Orleans and moves to New Mexico. Shortly after, she discovers a secret of her own, and telling Quinlan may rip both their worlds apart. What neither of them realizes is that a malevolent man knows Ella’s secret, and he’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants. Afraid for her life and more alone than ever, Ella must learn to forgive herself before she can beg the forgiveness of the one man who can save her. Now it’s up to Quinlan to overcome his stubborn pride in time to save Ella and the only thing that matters … Deadly Secrets, the fifth installment in Jaycee Clark's Kinncaid Brothers series, is a well-written, romantic suspense thriller, but I have to say, this one was a miss for me. I’ve really enjoyed the whole series thus far, but truthfully, was disappointed in this story. My biggest problem was with Ella. I just didn’t care for her. She was flighty, whinny, and more of a damsel-in-distress than the strong female characters that I’ve come to expect from these stories. Quinlan’s bitterness was explained well, and frankly to be expected considering the events that led to his handicaps—read Deadly Games first to find out exactly what happened to him. (From what I gather, the author didn’t initially intend for Quinlan to survive in book four, and as a result, book five seems … rushed. Almost as if she just didn’t know what to do with him.) Overall, Deadly Secrets is a chilling story and emotional read of self-discovery, the power of love, healing, and the strength of family ties with a satisfying HEA.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a decent story. It was annoying to me all the jumping around from one point in time to another. That drives me insane! Just start at the beining and tell the damn story already! But once it stayed in the present it was pretty good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very predictable and boring it was all i could to finish it
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of the books in this series.  I feel like I know the Kinncaids personally and I love this family.  I laughed & cried through them all.  I hope the Kinncaid story continues. Please?  Thank you for creating a family that seems mostly real in all the right ways .... a family that sticks together and loves together as a family should.  Mistakes and all. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read every book in this series. I waited a long time for Quinlan' s story and wasn' t disappointed. I hope Ms. Clark continues writing about the Kincaids.
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i just really don't care for books that start out at the end. it starts out in the present, then jumps back two years ago and then jumps back to the present, then to a few months earlier and then a few months later and then finally back to the present again. by the time the author begins telling you how the story started, you already know the biggest secret. granted you don't know exactly how the story ends but you do know the main plot. i think it was a good plot and would have enjoyed it much more, had the author just started from the beginning and not jumped around so much.
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I have read all the deadly series and loved each of them, this one was wonderful as well, I loved Quin and Emma's story, I give it 5 stars because it kept me hooked until the very end. Waiting for Ms. Clarks next book in the series at least I hope theres another one, Brody's story maybe?
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This is one of my favorite series. The kincade's. Can't wait to read more
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Quin and Ella are opposites that attract instantly. They are also alike due to painful past expriences. In true Kinncaid fashion Quinn protects, shelter and loves Ella through a sad and difficult time. Ella does the same. Quin and Ella make you laugh, cry and cheer as they come to accept their love for one another. A wonderful addition and ending to the series. Sorry to see it end. A must read as are the four that come before.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worst book ever. Poorly written jumps back on forth constantly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
too long and overly repeats the same love themes.