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Lies Beneath the Surface (Buried Secrets Book 2) by [Webb, Silla]
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Lies Beneath the Surface (Buried Secrets Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.7 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Buried Secrets (3 Book Series)
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  • Print Length: 329 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500803545
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  • Language: English
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I loved it!

Lies Beneath the Surface is the second book of Buried Secrets series. The story picks up right where Covered in Coal has ended.

Silla did an awesome job to continue the story. If you were following this series, I'm sure you are aware that CIC ends in a "Kindle-throwing-cliffhanger". =) This book is so well written and it basically answers almost all the hanging questions from CIC. It is twisted and will held your attention from start to finish.

This book also covers the whole pregnancy of Carly-Jo and you will be in a helluva of roller coaster of emotions during those times and the anticipation of knowing who the baby Daddy is.
You will also get a chance to peek in the head of other characters like Luke, Savannah and Josh; which I must say makes this series more interesting.

The title of this series clearly defines what you need to expect in this book.. too many secrets and lies enough to sucked you up into the story and found yourself craving for more as you reached the end of the book.

Furthermore, another reason I sonlove this series is because I fell in love with one of the characters and the interesting part is, he is the antagonist in this series. Almost everyone despised him but I love him like he really do exist! You know the erratic beating of your heart by just hearing someone's name, yeah! that happened! Drew Varney- i firmly believe everyone deserves second chances. I know he is not evil, he is just broken and I'm willing to endure the pain of picking up all the pieces so that he can have his redemption. (Ok, back to reality)
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Lies Beneath The Surface is an emotional Rollercoaster ride for most of the characters. It is amazing how many people think that if you bury secrets and lie to those that you are supposed to love, that you are protecting them. Unfortunately, throughout this series you find that it is more detrimental to the ones who are supposedly being protected. This is very true in life. We end up hurting the people we love the most by not sharing with them the things they need to know.

This book contains so much that I am finding it quite difficult to write my review without revealing any spoilers.

This book picks up where Covered In Coal leaves off. Carly Jo, Colton and Luke find themselves in a love triangle and they aren't sure how things will work out.

Carly Jo and Colton tend to push each other away to try to protect their hearts when things happen that they can't control. This is the time that they need each other the most to be able to work through the heartache to try to heal together. But both Carly Jo and Colton are stubborn and this often gets in the way of them moving forward. It is when they are together and touching that they feel the most calmness.

By dying and not revealing his business and personal secrets, Big John subjected his daughters to be targets. Carly Jo and Savannah loved their father and never really realized the horrible man he truly was.

I like how throughout both books we get some background history to understand why the characters may feel or do certain things. I also like that you get the different characters POVs.

I recommend this book because the storyline reels you in. I found it hard to put the book down because I wanted to find out what was going to happen next. It is hot and sexy one moment, emotional in others and suspenseful all the way through. This is an awesome series and I can't wait for the next book to be released.
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First off I just want to say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE this series! LBTS picks up right where CIC ended. We all know that CIC ended with a huge and I mean HUGE cliffhanger. (Which by the way I totally hated, I remember sending Silla a message asking when book 2 was going to be out). We all wanted to know WHO IS THE DADDY! Of course I wanted it to be Colton I mean come on he is Colton. And Heidi-Jo would just love that! But honestly I had no clue who the daddy was. I wasn't a big Luke fan in CIC so that was another reason I wanted Colton to be the daddy. But I can say that after reading LBTS I am a HUGE Luke fan and he might just be up there with Colton now!

So in LBTS you go thur the whole 9 months that Carly-Jo is pregnant! Which by the way is a huge emotional roller coaster. Like I am not even kidding when I say your emotions one minute, your smiling and happy and then the next your are just crying like a baby. Then you have chapters where you are just pretty much crying the whole time. Like it broke my heart, reading some of it. Oh and then there are moments where you just want to scream. But at the same time you can't help but love all of these characters in this series. (well almost all -2 of them)

There are so many turns in this story that you never see coming. Lies that come to the Surface that you are like Holy S*** I so didn't see that. So with that being said my review will stop here because if I keep going I feel like I am going to give away some big secrets! And that is just a big NO NO!

I am so very proud of Silla! She did an AMAZING job with this story! I just couldn't seem to put it down, every chapter pulled me in more and more! <3
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