Secret Whispers (Heavenstone #2)
On the eve of her graduation from an exclusive private school, shy wallflower Semantha Heavenstone is caught in a whirl of scandal and betrayal. Now, she's returned to the grand Kentucky mansion where painful memories of her mother and her older sister, Cassie, are as potent as newly mown bluegrass. It seems no matter where she goes, Semantha...more
Along the way her father remarries a control freak and Semantha meets a very nice college graduate, Ethan. You never truly figure out how these tw ...more
It had just enough "creepyness" to keep me on guard but not enough to give me nighmares.
I was a little shocked at the R rated stuff and there was some so i would not recoomend this book in the teen section. I do not remember readin ...more
I bought both books in the series at once, so I read this one even though the first was the only V.C. Andrews that I haven't enjoyed. While this is better than the first in the series, the tragedies remain predictable. Given the genre, one expects bad things to happen. in most V.C. Andrews titles I have been surprised by when, what and how the tragedies occur and intertwine. In this one, however, there are few, if any, surprises. I guessed what would happen next. I cannot recommend this ...more
I don't know why I continue to read these books. Perhaps I'm hoping one time a good one will come out again. But I think I need to convince myself that since V.C. Andrews' death, that won't ever happen.
Virginia Cleo Andrews (born Cleo Virginia Andrews) was born June 6, 1923 in Portsmouth, Virginia. The youngest child and the only daughter of William Henry Andrews, a career navy man ...more