Review: Secrets by Leanne Davis

When Sarah Langston catches teenager, Angie Peters, shoplifting a maternity shirt from her store the last thing she intends is to become involved with Angie or her family. But something tugs at her heart and she finds herself struggling to help Angie deal with the pregnancy she has hidden for months. Scott Delano, Angie’s uncle, has taken care of Angie and her mother since his father died six years ago. Despite his efforts he doesn’t seem able to reach his niece and is thankful when Sarah steps in. Sarah becomes the victim of anonymous pranks that start out small but quickly grow more disturbing. Her relationship with Scott grows when she turns to him for protection and support. But when Angie’s baby is born and the father is revealed, the police cast their eyes upon Scott as the stalker. And Sarah soon realizes there are secrets that could change everything

When Sarah Langston catches teenager, Angie Peters, shoplifting a maternity shirt from her store the last thing she intends is to become involved with Angie or her family. But something tugs at her heart and she finds herself struggling to help Angie deal with the pregnancy she has hidden for months.
Scott Delano, Angie’s uncle, has taken care of Angie and her mother since his father died six years ago. Despite his efforts he doesn’t seem able to reach his niece and is thankful when Sarah steps in.
Sarah becomes the victim of anonymous pranks that start out small but quickly grow more disturbing. Her relationship with Scott grows when she turns to him for protection and support. But when Angie’s baby is born and the father is revealed, the police cast their eyes upon Scott as the stalker. And Sarah soon realizes there are secrets that could change everything

Secrets by Leanne Davis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Complex cast of characters that are each hiding their own secrets. It was interesting getting to know the real Sarah and her history after her being just a secondary character in the previous books. Its hard to write a detailed description on this book because of the amount of secrets that all the main characters were keeping. I really liked the secondary character Angie, who was the pregnant niece of the hero of the book. The author wrote a realistic view of what a teen goes through when they get pregnant who was already suffering from self esteem issues from having a mother that was never supportive and stingy on showing any affection. Even though the decision that Angie had to make at the end of the book on what to do with the baby was heartbreaking in terms of Angie it was the right decision for the baby. I look forward to getting to read her story in the next book.

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