Unexpectedly reunited after six years, high school sweethearts Devin Shanahan and Grace Harrington cross paths and have a whirlwind wedding. A lot can change in six years, however, and they must figure out how to make their two independent lives mesh.
Unable to disclose his CIA job to his new wife, when Devin is assigned a top-secret mission to Hong Kong, he tells Grace part of the truth: that he is going to work abroad for six months in finance. But when the mission turns deadly and Devin doesn't know whom to trust, he must make the most difficult decision of his life in an effort to keep Grace safe. Will the seeds of deception prove destructive to their newly formed marriage? And will the love that brought them together be the very thing their enemies use to tear them apart?
I really enjoy how Abramson is writing outside of the LDS genre, but still keeping the story clean and entertaining.
I love the cover of this book. Super eye catching. Kudos to the designer there :)
This book is a complete whirlwind. Right from the very beginning to Graces' and Devins' relationship to the very end. It was hard to pause and catch my breath :) I will admit that there are a lot of characters, and sometimes I have a hard time keeping everyone straight.
With everything that Grace went through, she has got to be the most forgiving person in the world, which is great because we know what Devin's going through, but I'm not sure I would be that forgiving and understanding.
Not wanting to give anything away, I will say that when Grace gets sick I had a hard time with Devin's lack of understanding. I'm pretty sure my 5 yr old would understand, but not being an only child maybe that is why I had a hard time believing that part of the book.
I will definitely keep reading books by Traci Hunter Abramson. She always delivers exactly what I'm expecting in good clean literature.
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Title: Kept Secrets
Author: Traci Hunter Abramson
Published: October 2016
Source: I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.