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Book Review: Secret Keeper by Christopher Harlan

From the publisher:

She was the fruit of a forbidden tree, but nothing in this world was going to stop me from tasting her.

My name is Dylan Murphy, and I work for the rich and powerful of an exclusive Manhattan building. Graham Morgan was my first boss, but soon after I was working with some of the most famous entrepreneurs, business moguls, and movie stars in the city. They trusted me because I always followed the cardinal rules:

Never betray secrets. And never, under any circumstance, get personally involved.

I’d never dreamed of violating my professional mantra.

Not until she walked past me.

The look we exchanged that night set my body on fire, and I knew right then and there that no matter the consequences, she was going to be mine. But she was one of them—off-limits and out of my league, but she was the kind of woman who I was willing to risk everything for.

I keep other people’s secrets for a living, but the biggest secret of all might be my own.

Disclaimer: I was provided an advance reader copy by the publisher in exchange for my unbiased review and opinions.

🌟🌟🌟🌟 🌟 out of 🌟🌟🌟🌟 🌟

A chance encounter puts them in each others' path, but life throws them together by the most unusual and messed up circumstances. Dylan and Penelope fire chemistry starts from day one, but there's plenty that's going against them. How can they surpass all that?

I wasn't sure what to expect but I absolutely loved the story! When you read as much I do, you get tired of the same formula and this book was a much-needed breath of fiery air! I loved the twists and turns and Dylan's devotion and protectiveness. But what I enjoyed the most was watching these two discover things about themselves and about what they thought they wanted out of life. I love books that make me think and this is one of those books that stays with you for a while. Fire chemistry + sexy tattoed hero + awesome story= five stars for Secret Keeper!

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