Free Book Friday Giveaway--Sun Tunnels and Secrets

It was interesting to see the responses from last weeks question. Like our winner Sheila Hatch, most of you wouldn't marry a stranger even if your dying father asked you to.

Entering is easy, but you must be done by MIDNIGHT MST THURSDAY, September 23th. Winner will be announced September 24th.

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The weekly question is
"Is there ever a time when keeping a secret is good thing?"

On a trip to the Sun Tunnels in the Utah desert, Norma and her sisters find a body on the side of the road. But this awful discovery turns out to be the least of their problems. Norma's husband just passed on, and she learns he kept a secret from her for sixty years. LaRue is keeping a secret from Norma. The sisters' young friend Tony is keeping a secret about his famous father, and Tony's mother is keeping a secret of her own. Tony is secretly in love with his friend Kelli, who recently escaped from a polygamist cult. And who is the mysterious young car thief with whom Norma feels a special connection? Everything converges in Grouse Creek at the Fourth of July celebration.

Will secrets prove everyone's undoing?


  1. Yes, if it's for selfless and not selfish reasons.

  2. For every secret, there's at least one person who should know the truth. Unless it involves Santa Clause.

  3. I think it is good to keep confidences, which isn't quite the same thing as secrets.