Secrets. Loads of secrets. If I had to pick a theme for this book, that's what it would be. Secrets. Shhh. Everyone is keeping them. (now that "secrets" song is playing in my head)
Niagara is a beautiful setting for this book. I love Niagara Falls. It's a beautiful place and I'm glad I was able to more fully visualize it because I've been there.
With every turn of the page, the plot and tension grows. The secrets mount and like I said before, it seems like everyone is keeping some. I loved the growing feeling of tension and suspense. It was a tangible feeling with this book. I liked the characters well enough although they weren't what was driving this particular book. It was the plot. There was a lot going on. I was driven toward that ending. Like a runaway truck. Ha. I couldn't put down if I wanted to. Which I didn't. I wanted to keep reading and at the end, I actually wanted more.
This book is LDS fiction. There are some religious mentions although nothing too preachy. As per usual with LDS fiction books, there is no swearing or sexual situations. This book is clean. There is some violence.
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