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Forever Hidden

Forever Bluegrass #2
Narrated by: Eric G. Dove
Series: Forever Bluegrass, Book 2, Bluegrass Universe, Book 15
Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
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Summary

Some things weren't meant to stay hidden....

Sydney Davies is used to being in the spotlight. But the former model turned fashion designer isn't used to family secrets. Sydney is sent to dig up the past. What she finds instead is Deacon and a case of a missing girl with a link back to her life in the fashion industry.

Deacon McKnight is hardly ever surprised due to his work as an investigator. But then he finds a woman with a shovel in his backyard in the middle of the night. And that is just the start of surprises. Now Sydney's life is in danger because of his case and Deacon must decide if some things are better left hidden.

©2016 Kathleen Brooks (P)2016 Kathleen Brooks

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Hide or expose, that is the question

Which character – as performed by Eric G. Dove – was your favourite?

Like always, Eric G Dove's performance was exceptional. These characters are like family and he nails the performance every time.

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And she's back! I have never made a secret of the fact that I am a huge fan of Ms Brooks. Forever Entangled really disappointed me, but now, she's back on top, with a great story line, fabulous new characters and a great supporting cast.
The Bluegrass children are becoming a force to be reckoned with and making their mark in the world. It was good to see the older characters stand back and not overshadow the younger generation. Ms Brooks has also sown enough seeds to justify books for many of the older children and if they are like this one, I cannot wait.