Review: Lies Beneath the Surface (Buried Secrets #2), by Silla Webb Reply

5 out of 5 Stars

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Review:

Lies Beneath the Surface is the second book of Buried Secrets series. The story picks up right where Covered in Coal has ends. You will want to read Covered in Coal prior to reading Lies Beneath the Surface so you understand the storyline better. This book is an emotional rollercoaster ride for most of the characters. Some of the secrets from Covered in Coal come to the surface and are no longer buried. Once again this author has me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. Paternity test, abuse, sabotage, attempted murder, is all apart of this love story. I found myself liking Luke more in this book than I did Colton. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book. I highly recommend this book and series. Don’t forget the Kleenex you just might need them.

Reviewed by Epiphany

Description:

***WARNING***
This book contains very disturbing situations, dubious consent, strong language, sexually explicit content and graphic violence.

PLEASE read Covered in Coal prior to reading Lies Beneath the Surface. Lies Beneath the Surface is NOT a cliffhanger.

Carly Jo Simon carries the weight of the world on her shoulders.

When she unearthed her daddy’s secrets, she had no idea the repercussions she would be faced to live with. Now, his secrets are her own to carry, as she fights to protect her sister Savannah from their daddy’s daunting past and their bastard brother Drew.
Savannah wears a mask of perfection, shielding everyone from the reality of her personal imprisonment. When Savannah’s secrets are exposed, Carly stands by her, hand in hand, offering Savannah the comfort and strength she needs to move on.

Despite carrying the weight of other’s secrets on her back, Carly’s own secrets burden her deeply. Although she battled to keep her heart safely guarded from Colton Weston, he owns every inch of her. But when Carly turned her back on Colton and opened her arms to her best friend Luke, she made a mistake that could shatter all three of their lives.

They all have something to hide. But it’s the secrets that lie beneath the surface that could destroy them all.
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Lies Beneath the Surface (Buried Secrets #2) is set in the coal fields of Eastern Kentucky. The dialect used throughout this book is true Eastern Kentucky dialect. We drop our g’s, we say ya, instead of you, and a coal MINE, is a Coal MINES…please remember this when you are reading. It is NOT grammatical errors, it’s simply the dialect of the characters shining through, speaking as true Eastern Kentuckians.

About The Author:

Silla Webb is a Kentucky native, raised in the heart of the coal fields. A coal truck driver’s daughter, and a railroader’s wife, the coal fields own a special place in her heart.
She is a work at home, Super Momma to three rowdy boys, who keep her on her feet from daylight to sunset. As a pass time from her everyday life, Silla started a blog-Momma’s Secret Book Obsession, for reviewing romance novels. From there, she realized that not only did she have a natural love for reading and reviewing, but she found that lost love of writing that she once had as a young girl.
When she isn’t conquering the world as a wife, momma and Super Woman, Silla loves to lay on the front porch swing and read while sipping sweet tea, just passin’ the day away.

Website: http://www.facebook.com/sillawebbauthor

Twitter: SillaWebb

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