Secret Uncovered by Sheila M. Goss

Secret Uncovered by Sheila M. Goss
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (165 pgs)
Heat level: Spicy
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Ginger

A hot one-night stand could lead to a once-in-a-lifetime chance at love.

Women in Hollywood, Book 3

As the producer of one of TV’s highest-rated shows, Kem Phillips has a knack for creating the perfect leading man. But love in real life? No thanks. She has no interest in repeating her mother’s mistakes.

Thank goodness the star of her newest project is discreet. No one knows about the one-night stand they indulged in at her best friend’s wedding. He’s also a gentleman who always seems to be there when she’s in a jam.

Brent McKenzie has had his share of memorable moments, but that night with Kem is as fresh and hot in his mind as if it was yesterday. He’d love to be the man who comes to her rescue in all possible ways—if she’d let him.

When an emergency call sends Kem racing home to Louisiana, she goes against her better judgment and accepts Brent’s offer to go with her. Yet as everything she thought was true about her past crumbles, is his emotional support something solid to lean on…or a crutch she dare not trust?

This is the third book in the Women of Hollywood series.  Kem Phillips, a television producer, and Brent McKenzie, an actor connect at her friend’s Charlotte’s wedding. Dancing and a night cap is only the start of this hot love affair. Brent has proven to be a man that stands with his woman, but when his past comes uncovered will Kem be an emotional support to Brent?

Secrets Uncovered is a easy quick read. As with the prior books in the series the author’s writing style is one that is easy to read and the plot is a easy one to follow. I admire the close relationship between the women in the series. They keep in touch and are always there for each other with positive feedback.

The relationship between Kem and Brent moves pretty fast. It would have been nice if they’d gotten to know each other first before jumping in the sack. This seems to be the trend with the Women of Hollywood series. No courting phase just straight to the bedroom and then a predictable happy ever after relationship.

Brent was a true man and very helpful in Kem’s time of need. He had Kem’s best interest at heart in connecting her with her father and helping her work through her issues. Brent and Aunt Edna are likable characters. Kem, I guess with her underlying issues not so much. She was quick to end her and Brent’s relationship without even giving him a chance to explain or listen to the facts.

The series may be The Women of Hollywood but the men in Hollywood are very charming and likable. Each man in the series makes this series hot.

I’ve enjoyed the series and also come to know the author does well in delivering the steamy love scenes, romance and happy endings.

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