Wednesday, July 1, 2015

To Be Read Tuesday #1

This week on To Be Read Tuesday, I'm going to talk about Those Secrets We Keep by Emily Liebert.

*Image and summary taken from Goodreads

Summary: On the surface, Sloane has the perfect life—an adoring husband, a precocious daughter, and enough financial security to be a stay-at-home mom. Still, she can’t help but feel as though something—or someone—is missing....

Hillary has a successful career and a solid marriage. The only problem is her inability to conceive. And there’s a very specific reason why....

As the wild-child daughter of old family money, Georgina has never had to accept responsibility for anything. So when she realizes an unexpected life change could tie her down forever, she does exactly what she’s always done: escape.

When these three women unite for a three-week-long summer vacation in beautiful Lake George, New York, even with the idyllic location as their backdrop, the tensions begin to mount. And they quickly discover that no secret can be kept forever....

This book is actually one that I found out about through the Goodreads First Read but ended up getting an ebook through NetGalley and I can't wait to be able to sit down and read this!

Between that amazing book cover, and the summary, this book completely had me from the first time I saw it. It was a book that I felt like I would enjoy and even if I had not gotten a copy through NetGalley, I feel like I still would have sought out this book in other ways. I love books that have both touching and sad moments, and I feel like this book is going to bring that and then some. And of course, the fact that this book is all about secrets and trying to keep them and finding out that you can't keep your secrets forever is really interesting to me.

This book also has some pretty high ratings on Goodreads, and is currently sitting at an overall rating of 3.66 so I think that this book definitely wont disappoint. I have never read a book by this author before, and I'm very much looking forward to jumping in with this book.

Have you read this book already, what did you think of it? If you haven't, did the book cover and summary grab you like it grabbed me? Let me know!

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