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Rooke Tyler makes a living by carving headstones in a cemetery for wealthy families. At night she sculpts stone, pouring her dreams and desires into the figures she chisels. Then two women enter her life, one offering her passion, the other fame. Rooke's choice may expose her secrets and change her life - if she follows her heart.

©2009 Radclyffe (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • zenabuff
  • Hell sometimes called Kentucky
  • 08-17-16

Secret in the Stone was a heart warming awesome tale.

Secrets is the story of a journalist, who comes back to house sit her Grandmother's house only to find a tree has fall and knocked the Stone chimney down. Leaving her in need of someone who works in stone. Enter Rook, Stone carving artist with a secret. As with all Radclyffe book, Its never that simple for two people to just fall in love. First they have to stop being angry at each other, the evil woman with sixth powers needs to stop messing with them. And the journalist family need stop trying to run her life. And that not even the Secret.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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I loved this book.

I have read this book many times. I love it. The audio version is great . My wish? We get a new book by Radclyffe where we see Adrienne and Rook do something fun w/ Jude Castle and Saxon Sinclair. Now that's a book I look forward to.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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SECRETS IN THE STONE

As with all of Radclyffe's novels this was no exception, very entertaining and enjoyable. Get it.

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  • Meredith
  • Charlotte, NC, United States
  • 09-25-16

Too much

Most used words in the book. Over and over and over. Twitch Hard Thick
These women have to be the most sex crazed people on the planet. And the basic moral of the story is that if your c*** twitches every two seconds for a nice person, you are in love and will be forever. If the actual storyline had been allowed to be fleshed out, it might have been good. As it stands, read it to laugh or have a drinking game regarding all the twitching.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Another Life

Man that Radclyffe is a sho nuff writer! I mean what can't she wrote about!! I was sensing though that there was something mystical going on -- like another life with those two lovers and that the art agent was also there with them!! I feel like this could be another story line around the two lovers!! Any way she writes is ok with me -- a marvelous, well thought out, sensual and deductive story!! Radclyffe can even make the alphabet sexy!! Love it!!

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Heart Radclyffe and Her Philadelphia Characters, but..

I really like the characters from the University Hospital, but in this story includes some stuff that verged on mental attacks, to put it mildly. I suppose some folks might be tittilated by the idea of being able to speak or affect another's mind, but... Violations of the mind are as unacceptable as physical attacks. The helplessness factor is even worse, unless one has good psychological protections.

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Love the Story

The book is one of many favorites by Radclyffe. It took me a while to warm up to the narrator. I almost didn't get pass Chapter 2 with her. However I listened on. This is a good story. I realized that my ebook collection is extensive and sometimes it's better to stick with reading the book.

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Not Radclyffe's best but good nonetheless!

This by far wasn't one of my favorites but was still a good story to listen to. The narrator was decent as well.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful