The Fall of Our Secrets Review

Laura and Nicole, childhood friends separated by mysterious circumstances, meet again quite by accident and renew their friendship. 
Laura is a devoted single mom. She’s stuck in a going nowhere relationship, but doesn’t realize it until she meets Adam, her newly dubbed Airport Hottie, on the flight home after spending a whirlwind weekend with Nicole. Nicole is now married to the man of her dreams, but she carries deep wounds from a childhood filled with secrets, constantly afraid to trust any true happiness she encounters. 
Together these two best friends work toward uncovering the long buried secrets of Nicole’s horrific past, ultimately freeing her to believe in and embrace the new life she’s worked so hard to create. The friendship nurtures both women and Laura finds her own self confidence and the revelation that what she needs is within reach, hers for the taking.
I received a paperback copy of this book at no cost in exchange for my honest review.
There are few words to describe the emotions that this books evokes in the reader. There are so many emotions packed into these pages. There is a murder mystery, a friendship spanning decades and a love story all wrapped up in this book. This is one of those books that makes you want to curl up with the book and some hot tea or a nice cup of coffee in front of a fireplace. The interactions between the characters is touching and both the characters and the setting are very well developed. As the reader you feel attached to these characters and what they are going through. This would also make a great book club read because there are so many things that happen in the story that can be discussed and shared. I have recommended this book to quite a few friends. I give this book a 5/5!
About the Author
Tracy Gardner Beno is a Metro Detroit native who has lived in and around small, rural communities like those described in The Fall of Our Secrets. Her stories draw readers in with recognizable characters and real emotion, seasoned with intrigue and a dash of humor. She loves spending time with her husband and two children, reading, writing, and catching her favorite bands in concert as often as possible. She works as a Registered Nurse in her day job and when she’s not writing novels she contributes short stories and articles to Verite Magazine where she’s a staff writer. Authors Website Facebook and Twitter.

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