by Meg Collett


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ISBN-13: 9781540538475
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/14/2016
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Meg Collett is from the hills of Tennessee where the cell phone service is a blessing and functioning internet is a myth of epic proportions. She and her husband live in a tiny house with three dogs and not enough couches. She's the author of the bestselling Fear University series, the End of Days trilogy, and the Canaan Island novels. Find out more at her website

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Keepers 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ArianneStClare More than 1 year ago
Once again, Meg Collett blew me away! I’ve read the first book, Fakers, a few months back and I liked it, I liked Kyra Averdeen and I LOVED Hale Cooper. I thought they were already up there on my Top 10 favorite book couples. But Stevie Reynolds and Cade Cooper have nicked their spots. I thought Kyra’s life was already disastrous, but Stevie’s was way way more messed up. Nevertheless, it was her fighting spirit, firmer resolve and maturity that made me liked her even more than Kyra. My stuttering, passionate and gentle Cade… Well, his older brother Hale was definitely a hottie and a big man to boost, but I also fell for the younger one who was quite the opposite. Cade was like the kind of man that you would proudly present to your parents (and Hale would be the one the moms would want for themselves, LOL). Storywise, I thought Stevie’s story is darker and nastier, IMO. But she’s a fighter, something that dainty and bubbly Kyra really wasn’t. Her breakdown, her drunken fit, her rehab stint – these only made her stronger and admirable. I dunno why but I really liked her. Stevie’s parents, on the other hand, as well as her ex-lover were the kind of people you wouldn’t want to know nor get acquainted with, even if they were famous reality stars. Nah, the world is a better place without them. For me, this book reflects the reality of life, of the choices we have to weigh in, of the pains we have to endure, of the fears we have to conquer, and the decisions that we have to make in the end. Stevie’s struggles may have been messy, but it was the kind of mess that everyone of us we face everyday, whether we like it or not. There were a lot of haunting images and moments in this book that poked my heart. Moments that both terrify and mesmerize me. Truly, this has been a well written story which touches on many subjects, like family, reality, friendship and love. Meg Collett’s writing is like a drug, I couldn’t stop taking all her words in until I’m way up there high and crying. This has been a heart-lurching and heavy read, but I loved it from beginning to end.
Bossert More than 1 year ago
I am a HUGE fan of Meg Collett paranormal books but she did not disappoint me with this story in any way I Love Stevie! This book was sexy, fun, funny and leaves you wanting more in the very best way possible. I can't wait for Hiders!
SharonHolland More than 1 year ago
I so love when this author puts out a new book. There is always one character that you hate beyond words and one that you cheer for, she didn't let me down. If you read Fakers, you fell in love with Stevie. Growing up in the reality TV world, Stevie had the usual downfall a lot of child actors have. After a DUI crash, she has finally learned her lesson. Now sober, she is finally getting her life in order. Until her past comes crashing back into her life, with such a force it could be one thing to make her pick up another drink. The one thing that may hold her back, Cade. Is their feelings for each other strong enough to weather this storm?