Lakeshore Secrets (The McAdams Sisters)

Kate McAdams was forced six years ago to leave her beloved hometown of Willow Valley, leaving behind her family and the only man she’s ever loved, Marc Caliendo. Although she has created a new life for herself away from the drama, secrets and stress of the small town, she must return upon her grandmother’s death. Her return brings back wonderful memories, especially of Marc, but also horrible fears from the past. 

When fate throws her and Marc together once again, how can they ignore the everlasting love and desire between them? Will Kate stay and face her demons or will the deceit and secrets of the past destroy any future they may have and force her to leave again?



I liked this book because it was an easy read, the author has a very nice flow in her writing style and sometimes you just want something with a happy ending. My only complaint was the fact that one of the characters was a real jerk off to one of the main characters and Ms. Leah just seemed to let that interaction slide with no real follow up on his threats or behavior.

The dialogue was easy to follow and believable. I honestly didn’t see the ending coming but felt it fit with the context of the background she set up as well as the character development. It was just a nice book to read and forget how hard the world can be. I liked how she developed the relationship between the sisters; having one myself I felt she did their interactions justice.

It’s the first in a series so I’m definitely going to read the next because I’m very curious to see where she’ll be taking this family.
 

Buy on Amazon: http://a.co/esvQo4i

Thank you to Netgalley and Carlex Ruby Press for allowing me to review this book.

*synopsis and pic from amazon.com

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