The Secret Keeper
Peyton Stratford is her family's unofficial keeper of all things secret, from the petty and mundane to the potentially life-changing. But Peyton is keeping a secret of her own. And it's a doozy.
Pastor Brice Northam is used to hearing secrets. After all, it's part of his job description. But he's about to hear one that's going to challenge him almost as much as his feelings for the person confessing.
Peyton needs some serious help from Brice, but how much does she dare tell him? And what, exactly, is Brice hiding from Peyton—and himself? Clearly they both have some serious soul-searching to do. But maybe, just maybe, the answer to secrets isn't silence. Or more secrets.
Maybe it's love.
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Note: While the Secret Keeper series does feature some characters who are Christian (the hero is a pastor, so that's a dead giveaway), it is not a Christian romance in the traditional sense, and some characters find themselves in adult situations and using strong language. Not that the pastor approves! But he's fallen in love with a complex, modern woman whose life is anything but predictable. If you think you could too, then dive in. Bring your sense of humor and your compassion, and then hold on for the emotional ride of your life!
Good read though not sure realistic
I do prefer the Christian romance more than any other. I was pleasantly surprised this book had no grammar errors and only had three typos. Any author who can write well is worth reading.