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Keeping Secrets Audiobook

Keeping Secrets: The Essien Trilogy, Volume 1

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Have you ever loved someone and didn't even know it? That's the dilemma facing Felix Essien when he wakes from a coma to find he is married to the most beautiful and sensual woman he's ever known. He cannot remember her or their wedding. He had sworn never to get married or to give his heart to another, yet he feels an intense bond with her that he intends to explore fully. Ebony can't believe her good fortune when her paper husband wakes not remembering the temporary marriage arrangement with no intimacies he'd proposed, but is now the adoring husband she's always dreamt of. She plans to make the most of the passion blossoming between them. However, would he still feel that way when he regains his memory and realizes she's been keeping secrets - and their marriage is not what he thinks it is?

©2014 Kiru Taye (P)2015 Kiru Taye

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  • Sharon D. Wright
    27/01/16
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    "Boring and a Bad Reader"
    What disappointed you about Keeping Secrets?

    The narrator was horrible and was inappropriate for the book. I expected to hear an urban author whose voice fit the storyline. Instead, there is a British narrator with a monotone voice.


    What could Kiru Taye have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

    Get a better reader.


    What didn’t you like about Ian Gordon’s performance?

    He was boring and almost put me to sleep. I skipped a few chapters because his accent and voice were annoying.


    If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Keeping Secrets?

    I didn't listen to the entire book because the narration was so bad.


    Any additional comments?

    I want my money back.

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