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The Secret She Can't Hide by India Grey
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Feb 21, 2012

it was amazing
Read in February, 2012

4.5 stars.

The heroine Kate hears that racing driver Cristiano, the hero, is about to return after a long recuperation following a very bad crash a few years back, and she knows that now is the time to tell him that their glorious night together resulted in their son. However when she finally gets the courage to approach him Cristiano doesn't know who she is, so she decides not to bother. Cristiano has no memory of Kate but senses something between them so, desperate to regain parts of his lost memory, he goes to her and asks her to spend some time away with him. When they are together, Kate is reminded of just how close they became in that one night they had together and tries to help Cristiano remember, but she can't quite work up the nerve to tell him about their son. However, when she has to leave after an emergency back home Cristiano finds out the truth quite by accident. Following her back to England, Cristiano wants to get to know his son, as well as work out if the passion between Kate and he can give them a future together.

Wow, this is a gorgeous book, I loved it. There really is something special about India Grey that makes her books so wonderful. They dazzle. And dazzle, this book does.
My heart broke at times for the hero and heroine - they so desperately wanted to be together but so many things conspired against them. The passion and emotion in their relationship is intense and written with such heart. I literally couldn't put this book down, it has everything; sorrow, joy, passion, anger etc. And, it is brilliant.

I can't recommend it (and India Grey's other books) enough.

Originally posted at http://everyday-is-the-same.blogspot....
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message 1: by AgentScully (new)

AgentScully I really enjoyed this one too. Have not read another India Grey yet tho'.


message 2: by RLA (new) - rated it 5 stars

RLA I love India Grey - her books are so emotionally gripping! I would recommend The Society Wife (I reviewed it, the UK title is Spanish Aristocrat, Forced Bride) and Mistress: Hired for the Billionaire's Pleasure. Don't let the awful titles put you off! Both of these books made me sob!


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