About Inner Secrets
This book beats a tantric rhythm as it explores romance, sexuality, women in love, and infidelity.
The dialogue was snappy and funny and true to the ear. The story was more than a love story – it was all about freeing ourselves from our our guilt – that inner monologue that tells you how awful you are and how you don’t deserve good things to happen to you. The characters were well written and solid. The supporting cast was just as well done. The books ends the story at the right place. – L. Figueroa
This is a very well written story, IMO. Suzie shows how two people can be opposites and still have common ground…how they can draw off of each others strengths…how one can overcome temptation and keep morals intact. I recommend this book. – Mary Ann Brown
This is a well written story of two women finding themselves and each other. This coming out and coming to terms is dead on. This book is a keeper that I will reread several times I am sure. – d.b.
This is story about two women, discovery, betrayal and love. Not the superficial kind of love that only lasts awhile, until the fun is gone. But a love that reaches deep down into the core of a person. Once I started reading this book I was unable to put it down. The characters are very well written, so much so that by the end of the book you will feel as though they were yours friends. The narrative of first person which switched between the two main characters brought a whole new depth to this romance. I loved it. It felt almost playful to me. This story pulled me in so far I spent a sleepless night with all of the characters running around in my head. And I still haven’t slept yet. You will find that Suzie Carr is magical author whose novels never seem to disappoint. – Amazon reviewer
Hope Steele has been keeping a secret from her husband. She’s a lesbian. In a moment of weakness, she gets caught in a love affair. Now, she must start all over as a divorced woman with little clue how to navigate the complex world of being single. Along this new path, she gets tangled up in a web of euphoric highs and lows that test her character, friendships, and future. As Hope struggles to preserve what’s left of her integrity, what ensues is a dance between right and wrong and truth and forgiveness.