(Secrets & Lies is a companion novella to A Secret Life. It is recommended to read A Secret Life first to fully understand Secrets & Lies.)"He wants me. He wants all of me. What he doesn't know is that 90% of what I tell him is the truth. The other 10% is all secrets and lies."MAGDELYN BECKER lost her entire family when she was seventeen. Ever since, she's avoided relationships at all costs: personal, physical and emotional. She doesn't trust anyone and won't allow herself to get close enough to create a connection. It's the way she is - take it or leave it. Her new job as an FBI agent has her letting her guard down, and letting the wrong person into her life, her mind and her heart.TAYLOR DONOVAN is sexy, powerful and dangerous for Maggie's heart. He doesn't show emotion and can spot an agent a mile away. The thought of her being an FBI agent is the farthest thing from his mind when he lays eyes on Maggie Becker. She's beautiful, sweet and brutally honest, and honesty is not something Taylor is used to in his business. It's her beauty which blinds him though, and it might be what costs him everything, including his heart.No one can be honest 100% of the time, not even Maggie. It's her job to lie to Taylor. It's her job to break him down and then bring him down. The only problem is she has to do it without Taylor realizing it's happening. After all, Taylor Donovan is supposed to be dead. The FBI shouldn't be looking for him.
SECRETS OF A RUNAWAY BRIDE
The Secrets of a Beauty Therapist is a collection of short stories based on the clients who've walked through the door of Claire's beauty salon. The collection includes the dark secrets of: A betrayed trophy wife A tender hearted stripper A mistress who wants more A misguided millionaire The intimate secrets told by real men and women is amusing, instructive, enthralling and arousing.
Claudia's life was one of normality until that fateful day in March when a few words from the lips of her daughter, Sophie, changed her life and threw the family into despair. She questioned her ability as a parent and had to dig deep to find the truth.
It took seventeen days before I could bury my husband. I decided I better think about what to do and to make a list of what needed to be done and the order it needed to be done. I decided to turn in and wait until morning to start again. I didn't think I would sleep after all I had been through. To my surprise, I slept late in the morning. Guess I was more exhausted than I thought. Forty years of marriage and now a widow. Scary thought. Here's the list: Mail, death certificates, and payment on bills; Change all documents with both names; Count number of death certificates needed (cars, banks, house, insurance, etc.) See about new housing, or repair the one I am in now; Job; Safety on all sides of me, house and car; And, Dating(?)."
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