I don’t know why, but this book wasn’t what I was expecting. Instead it morphed into something more delicious, more sinister, darker and more twisted. If you ever want to feel good about your family, take a peek at this book. Three words for you, Holy Dysfunctional Families, but that makes Hidden Truths that much better.
Talia struck me originally as this flighty, average college girl, but I soon learned that I was wrong. So very wrong. She isn’t your typical bad@ss heroine, but she is strong, intelligent and uses this to help her endure the little situation of an arranged marriage.
Kostas. He was very intriguing. He struck me as this alpha mafia baddie, but was he displaying his true self? I was completely in a battle with Kostas. I hated him, no, I loved him, and this went on throughout the book. Eventually, he was oh, delicious and yummy!
K Webster and Nikki Ash wrote one heck of a book. I am completely sitting on pins and needles to read book 2, Stolen Lies. I had many questions answered, but for every question answered, it felt that I had two more pop up. I can’t wait to find out what ride these two have in store for us.