No More Secrets [NOOK Book]

Overview


Friend—or husband?

It seemed to everyone in Pennington that Ben Fletcher had met his match in Kate Harker and was ready to settle down. But Kate didn't see it that way at all. Though Ben was tall and handsome, she was determined not to fall for him!

Kate couldn't believe that Ben shared her deep, loving feelings—not since she'd learned that...

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No More Secrets

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Overview


Friend—or husband?

It seemed to everyone in Pennington that Ben Fletcher had met his match in Kate Harker and was ready to settle down. But Kate didn't see it that way at all. Though Ben was tall and handsome, she was determined not to fall for him!

Kate couldn't believe that Ben shared her deep, loving feelings—not since she'd learned that secret about him….Was Kate right to be convinced that Ben could be only her friend and never her husband?

PENNINGTON

A place where dreams come true

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459253001
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Series: Pennington Series , #412
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 934,560
  • File size: 265 KB

Meet the Author


Catherine George was born in a village where the library featured largely in her life, and her mother encouraged Catherine's passion for reading, a passion which continues to this day. But it was her husband who suggested that “Instead of reading other people's novels all the time, why not have a shot at writing one yourself?" So she did – and hasn’t looked back since! Catherine lives with her family in Wales, between the Wye Valley and the River Severn.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2013

    Selena

    Ehh......You need to work on punctuation a bit more. If you have a sentence that ends with '!', or '?', you don't need a comma after it. And if you do use a comma, it goes in right after the last word and right before the quotation marks. Other then that, the spelling was good, and it was ok. I never read Percy Jackson or any of those books, but l have seen different things for them, and l must say, this looks like a pretty close storyline. If you're gonna write a book that you want to be a singular book, only use a few things based off of other books. Sorry if this post is a bit critical, but this is my true opinion. Otherwise, keep up the writing! ~Selena

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    To elizabith

    Thats a rip off of percy jackson write your own book not someone eleses

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    No More Secrets by Elizabeth- Chapter 1

    I was walking home from school, talking to my friend Dawson. It was a normal day; or so I thought. We chatted about boys, girls, and sports as we kicked stray pebbles on the sidewalk. The chilly Maine air made me button another button on my jacket and wrap my scarf tighter around my neck. I was telling Dawson about my boring Science class when we heard a rumbling noise. "What was that?", I asked Dawson.<br>
    "How should I know?", he answered. Shrugging it off, I walked up my driveway and called,"I'll see you in 2 hours!". We were going on a camping trip with a few other friends. Of course, a few parents were staying in a motel about 2 miles away from the woods. I found it very odd because I was only 15 1/2 years old, but I was thrilled to be trusted by my Mother.<p>
    Two hours flew by and soon I was in the car with Dawson, Sierra, and Blake, heading into the wilderness. We said our goodbyes and the car drove off, leaving us to ourselves. Dawson and Sierra began to set up the tents while Blake and I collected firewood. I felt as though someone was watching me as I came out of the forest, but dismissed the feeling quickly. We stored our food in a plastic container so that he bears couldn't get it and started a fire, sitting around it to get warmer. I shivered and wrapped my coat around my body, smiling at a joke Blake had just told. We sat and talked for about and hour and night fall came.<p>
    We had a great dinner of hotdogs, chips, soda, and s'mores and I was reluctant to crawl into the tent for bed. I huddled into my sleeping bag, whispering goodnight to Sierra and closing y light blue eyes. We slept for a few short hours before I was startled awake by a defening bellow. I puled on some jeans and stepped out of the tent, unfastening my gold bracelet from around my wrist. I threw it into the air and it turned into a shimmering sword. Inching towards the woods, I heard Dawson scream from deep within them. I bolted towards his voice, fear filling me. I gasped, struggling to regain my breath. My bronze sword felt heavy in my shaking hands. I saw Dawson laying under a log, his leg oozing blood from a deep gash. Anger filled me and I scanned the clearing for the monster. The air around me felt thick and dewy and I looked into the shadows to find a pair of glowing yellow eyes watching me. I tucked some of my long, honey colored hair behind my ear. "Come out here and fight me!", I called bravely. I heard a terrifying roar and bellow from the cold darkness and my challenger emerged. I narrowed my eyes as the growling half giant dog, half snarling lion looked down upon me. I took a step closer and waited for the creature to make the first move. The dog-lion charged, snarling like a rabid raccoon. I heard Dawson yell,"Melissa, no! You're no match for it!". I blocked his voice from my head and swiftly step-sided the attack, slashing the creature's hind paw. It roared in rage and whipped around, hitting my legs with it's tail and kicking me off my feet. "Oof!", I wheezed as I hit the ground. Seirra and Blake ran into the clearing, eyes wide and mouths agape. Dawson called them over and the monster didn't see them, it's horrid eyes locked on it's target: Me. It charged again and I wasn't quick enough this time. It slashed a deep cut into my left arm and I cringed as blood rushed to the surface.<p>
    ((Want to know what happens next? Leave a comment and next chapter will come out in the next result soon!)) ~Elizabeth

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