If you like a book that grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let go, Sharee Stover’s debut novel is one to put on the list one ones to read!
In My Opinion
Sharee Stover’s debut novel is one not easily forgotten. With high-octane action from the first pages and lingering questions regarding motivations of the bad guys (or are they?), Secret Past was a book I flew through.
In an effort to honor her mother, Katie Tribani’s one act of rebellion opens the floodgates and a race for her life begins. She learns she has a brother and father she never knew about. As Katie’s handler, Daniel Knight’s mission is to protect the petite woman. But she’s much more than he bargained for.
Stover masterfully plants seeds of doubt regarding the motives of several members of the Marino household. The intensity is eased only for a page or two before more questions, subterfuge, and attempts on Katie’s life occur.
From car chases to foot races, Secret Past carries readers from the plains of Nebraska to the mountains of Colorado and on to the oceanic views of Florida. The scenery sets the backdrop for the race of Katie and Daniel’s lives.
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About the Book
Her life is a lie
She’s not who she thinks she is
With gunmen at her doorstep, Katie Tribani learns her true identity. She’s been in witness protection since childhood, and now her crime-lord father has found her. As bullets fly, US marshal Daniel Knight whisks her to safety—but not for long. Captured and held prisoner, only Katie can unearth her secret past…if she can survive long enough.