It’s time to stop living in the past.
After discovering her birth mom was on the run from the mafia, Kate decides to focus on her future. Until she uncovers a secret that her adoptive parents have been keeping. Anxious to discover the truth, she unlocks doors that not only expose the heinous secrets of her adoptive family, but also those of her birth family.
As her mind turns to revenge, she is reunited with the boy who saved her from the mafia, placing him, her friends, and family in extreme jeopardy.
If she can’t unravel the secrets of her past, she might not have a future
My review: Kate Concealed (Code of Silence Trilogy, #2) by Cindy M. Hogan
Kate Concealed is nail biting. Full of drama, great settings, choices and mysteries. It is also a clean read YA.
Kate in the first book found out about her father being part of the mafia. She still has nightmares about being forced to be part of it.
Kate, Ellie, and Colby have the chance to go to Italy for a few days. Kate finds out that her mom is keeping secrets from her. Kate has decided to give up for now on finding her mom because of no clues. Then she gets a lead.
The setting for most of the book is in Italy. I want to go.
I want to read the next book in the series now and not wait till it comes out. I like Cindy's writing style, her characters. I hated to have to put the book down.
I was given this book for free by the author and in return I agreed to give a honest review of Kate Concealed.
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