In the summer before their senior year, Coby Rendell and her friends take a beach trip together. Around a campfire on a foggy June night, Coby, Rhiannon, Yvette and the others share their darkest secrets, before a tragic accident shatters the bond between them…
Twelve years later Coby attends a birthday party reunion that ends in horror when Yvette...more
One night during a beach trip the summer before her senior year, Coby Rendell and her friends begin to reveal horrible secrets to each other. Not only are they surprised at what they've learned, but are completely shocked when another classmate accidentally falls to his death from a cliff that same ni ...more
Romantic Suspense- June 28th, 2011
In Hush, Nancy Bush brings together an interesting cast of characters in a mystery that flashes back to the past.
A group of high school girls were on the beach telling their darkest secrets. But they weren’t as quiet at they thought…
Lucas Moore was a young, gorgeous, surfer. Twelve years ago, he stumbled upon their conversation. Soon after he finds himself falling to his death off a cliff. His murderer was never found.
It is the present a ...more
But all in all it was ok.
Flash forward 12 years. The people who were together have been having fatal "accidents". I liked ...more
murder,buried past,some romance,and shocking twist. It is fast paced that will have shivers running up your spine and a shocking ending you want see coming. A thriller from beginning to the last page.Hush is a g ...more
Years later both groups are together again and yes there's another death, only this one is a murder, who's the killer and does that mean the death in the past was a murder too?.
You have to concentrate reading this ...more
Motive? Craziness. Not good.
Unnecessarily long. A little bit got up to good at the nearly end, but then went back to a bad explaination.
When I started to read it, I thought it might be like a "Final destination" book, due to the fact that there are many characters involved and the "shrinking their number one by one" descryption. But it was a let down case, since there're not many people die after all, and e ...more
The famous line: I know who you are, I saw what you did somes up this book about teenage friends who start showing up dead. Ok read, but too many blah characters to keep track of. Plus five of the friends names ended with ette. Juliet, Yvette, Nicholette, Annette and Suzette, just try and keep them straight!
The romance was ok - nothing too exciting. You kept waiting for them to get together, but for some reason they kept stepping away from each other.
It is a good read, and it keeps you entertained. I will be starting another one of her books shortly.
Nancy began her care ...more