Sheriff Archer Tobias has watched the Callahan family struggle to find peace and acceptance in the community - despite the murders that continue to haunt them. But his darkest suspicions grow worse when Anna Corbin, a member of one of the country's most influential families, becomes the next target….
Anna knows she's in danger. She knows she's on a trail of secrets and lies that could lead to a dead end. But no matter what, she's determined to learn the identity of the killer—even if it's someone she loves….
Torn between duty and desire, Sheriff Tobias cannot allow Anna to put herself in the path of a deranged murderer. But as the investigation pulls them closer together - and deeper into the nightmare - he realizes that he cannot save her from this legacy of blood and vengeance - without putting his own life on the line.
©2012 Lora Leigh (P)2013 Macmillan Audio
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Well I thnk I would of enjoyed it much better if Anna wasn't so "down" on herself. Constantly feeling unwanted does wear on the nerves. I mean get some spunk and if she feels that way then quit being a rugmat. She should of left Archer and moved in with her friends/cousins until he gave her what she needed other than sex. Maybe it would of been more exciting to of kept her apart from Archer, spice up the danger to her life with him trying to win her and playing up hot passionate sex. Just a thought.
It's just a average listen for me. Even the sexual stuff is just ok. I'd rather listened to something else. I was glad when this was over.
I'd spend my credit on something else. This one just didn't make it. I couldn't connect.
Devotee of multi-tasking, keen gardener and cross-stitcher. Now able to do both AND listen to stories at the same time. Bliss.
This is the third instalment of what looks to be four books and was proceeded by Midnight Sins and Deadly Sins. You really need to be listening to them in order, otherwise I suspect the story line here would be very confusing. Secret Sins follows Sherriff Archer Tobias and his relationship with Anna Corbin and the ongoing murders that are plaguing the county in which they live.
I had enjoyed the first two books, and was looking forward to this one but it was somewhat disappointing as there was very little plot and a whole lot of sex. Lora Leigh is the Queen of bedroom scenes (imo), but this book got repetitive really fast - in fact I'm sure she did repeat some of the scenes word for word! Clare Claremont was very good in her narration, but overall I was disappointed at the lack of plot. I'll still be looking out for the fourth book in the series when it is available and hopefully there will be more of the actual story in that one!
I don't know whether you are like me, some books just don't hold my attention or interest, and I find myself flipping to another book then back two or three times trying to get into the story - well this book unfortunately was like that.
I can't put my finger on exactly what was wrong, was it the characters, the plot or the sex? that let this book down or perhaps all three things but it failed to capture my interest. But whatever it was I'm afraid I didn't enjoy this listen as much as I did with the two previous books in the series.
Worth a credit? Sorry it's going to have to be a No and my apologies for not giving other members precise reasons as to why but I just don't have any.
The leading lady for me was extremely annoying. She was not believable . I was so irritated and was tempted to fast forward when the character on what I call tangents.
I typically really like Lora's stories, this one was just ok for me. The story line was kinda weak not a lot of depth.
She differentiated the characters.
I felt compelled to write a review for this book due to how annoying the leading female character was.
Say something about yourself!
I love most of Lora Leigh books but this one was way to out there in the sex. Don't get me wrong I like the wild parts but this one was just too much. And the plot was to hard to understand. I did listen to the whole book. I had to fast forward through some of the sex senses as it as a bit over the top. I think this needs to have a little more romance and use better words. It works in some of her books but this one just was a bit much. I will listen to the next one if there is one.
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