Sunday, February 2, 2014
Hidden Falls: Ordinary Secrets - Episode 1 by Olivia Newport
Thirty years of small-town secrets—now the key to the mystery is gone. The small town of Hidden Falls is abuzz. Former students, friends, and loved ones are prepping for tonight's big event to honor Ted Quinn's many years of compassionate service. Quinn is reluctant about a night in the spotlight--but is tenderly prodded by Sylvia, mayor of Hidden Falls and Quinn's dearest friend and confidante.
Ethan and Nicole won't let the shadows of their pasts stop them from returning to Hidden Falls--but only for Quinn--no matter how much it hurts. Liam, a former student, and Jack, a town newcomer, are both hoping the night works toward their own gain--or, if they'll admit it, their chance for redemption. Like Quinn, Dani and Lauren are mainstays in Hidden Falls. They keep close to home--and have secrets to keep close, too.
Now it's time. The guests are seated, introductions are made, the spotlight shines on center stage...and the unthinkable leaves the entire town scrambling for the truth.
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My Review:Hidden Falls: Ordinary Secrets - Episode 1 by Olivia Newport
This is a 13-part Serial novel. It sets up the characters and ends with you wanting to know more.
I hate having to wait for next episodes. There are a lot of interesting characters that are introduced.
I like the taste of the characters so far.
Plot is everyone has come back to Hidden Falls because a beloved teacher Quinn was being honored. Quinn has made a difference in a
lot of lives and even the town in the past 30 years. Quinn does not like all the attention.
The first episode just introduces us to the characters and why they are going to the banquet to honor Quinn.
The ending is a cliffhanger like old tv shows used to have.
It is a clean read. It also leaves you wanting more. So for one I am going to read the next episode to see what is going on.
Setting is Hidden Falls a town of over 10,000 people
I was given this ebook from Netgalley and asked in return to give honest review of it.
December 28th 2013 by Barbour Publishing 80 pages ISBN 9781628369151