Secrets Hidden In The Glass
A Carter Island Novel
*2018 Reader’s Favorite Silver Medal Winner
*Reader’s Favorite Five Star Book
Three Siblings. One Year. Everything Changes.
Stained glass artist Callie Davis is in desperate need of a vacation. Burnt out and on the edge of a nervous breakdown, she’s taking refuge on Massachusetts’ tiny Carter Island. Callie yearns for long, lazy days and pretty walks on the beach—blessed solitude and an escape from the pressures of her career and complications of her life. Then she bumps into gorgeous Nate Carter, and everything changes.
Sheriff Nathan Carter couldn’t be happier now that the height of the summer season has finally come and gone. After four endless months, tourists have packed their bags and headed for the mainland. The quiet days of autumn are about to befall the town—the way Nate and his fellow Sandersonians like it best.
But nothing ends up quite the way Nate expects when he meets the beautiful blond with the big blue eyes. Callie’s pretty smiles hide secrets—deep, dark mysteries that have the potential to rip apart their lives.
I loved getting to know the characters and their relationships. A lot of the time it dragged on for no reason. Overall a good book though!
Looking for more of the story
Overall a very good book. Skimmed through some of the redundant love passages. Callie’s character was a little unbelievable, and at times, annoying. The plot really kept my interest and I had a hard time putting it down.
Secrets Hidden in the Glass
I liked the length of the book. I can usually figure out the culprit in a story but this one had several twists and turns. The very end may have been a little abrupt but it was still good. I guess I just didn’t want it to end.