This is a standalone in the Transformed series. You can read it apart from the rest of the series.
About Hidden Intentions
Fun-loving Clara is keeping a dark and deadly secret from William, the love of her life. Not because she wants to hide things from him, but because her story is so unbelievable. If she tells him, she could lose him. If she doesn’t tell him, she will.
On an overseas airplane ride, Clara finds a ring-sized jewelry box in William's coat. Figuring that he wants to take their relationship to the next level, Clara must decide whether or not she will open up to him. Maybe she could find a way to live happily with him without exposing her secret.
Before she has a chance to decide, Clara comes face to face with an old rival who holds the key to revealing Clara's past. Will Clara be able to win over William despite the truth, or will she lose him forever?
Hidden Intentions is a paranormal / urban fantasy romantic thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. In this book and the rest of the series, you'll find a supernatural world far beyond the normal scope of vampires and werewolves that you're used to. Buckle up and get ready for a ride full of twists and turns.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I found I was very interested in this plot and the characters. From page one, to be honest with you the author gave us just enough regarding Clara’s secret and her past to keep us engaged and turning those pages and that was a real bonus for me. I really admired how she slowly yet with a very balanced style, started unfolding the mystery and we learned what it was that Clara was keeping so quiet. I am not a fan of telling me early on there is a huge secret and then dragging it out till the end only to find out it was not even that important. The author didn’t do that with this book, each detail exposed was done at the proper time and in the perfect amount to not spoil the story but keep me wanting more. When she met William she knew there was a connection but there was no way she was going to expose herself to him till she was sure he was the one she was going to be with. William came from a long line of lawyers and parents who would never agree for him to marry anyone. When they returned from school William went to stay with his parents while Clara went to stay at a home that her missing cousin used to live at. Once William decides that he is going to purpose Clara is going to have to come clean with her secret. Needless to say how William is going to react is a fear for her, especially after William found some pictures that was causing him massive confusion. I can’t give more of the story away because it would spoil the experience for you but trust me you will want to finish this one to get the whole truth about Clara and her life. I enjoyed how she ended this book with more suspense and a chance for Clara to prove herself to William. The whole book read very smoothly and kept my interest from page one. The characters were created in a way that allowed the reader to connect and invest their emotions and hopes for the outcome of the story. The only thing that I was a bit unhappy about was I didn’t realize that this was a paranormal book by the synopsis. I am not a fan of paranormal genre but this book had already captured my attention by the time I found out it was paranormal. So what was beginning to be a negative turned into a positive because I still finished it and really enjoyed the time I spent with William and Clara. Reviewed by Tbird for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy provided for review*
As a long term fan of Stacy Claflin's Transformed Series, I was looking forward to reading Clara's story as it was never said what she did during the time after the fight in which so many people died. This book fills out those details perfectly, as well as giving a build up to the walls being built around Delphic Cove and the collapse of civilisation as we know it, technology included. It is a difficult decision that Clara has to make. Tell William about her being a vampire and maybe losing him or not telling him and live their life with a huge lie there constantly. I think Clara made the right choice and so did William but I won't say more than that. Brilliantly written, a nice standalone book although I personally preferred reading it as part of the series. Definitely recommended!