Great children's book author and nice illustrations
Refreshing to read a novel written in Third Person. Natasha is someone you can root for. As for London, what a gorgeous landscape to set<br /> your story in. Been there, so the descriptions bring back fond memories. Good pacing, smart dialogue.
Elsa Joseph does great work depicting the conflict Natasha is feeling over the two loves in her life. Her writing is original and well worth the read.
Elsa Joseph is a smart writer. I definitely enjoyed reading her books :)
Elsa Joseph's novels keep the pages turning.! The plot lines are fantastic, the characters seem real and believable and the writing is rich with description. The Best Kept Secret is a novel with mystery, thriller and romantic elements.
Really amazing story about what love can do with us. I like how characters are so real and so vivid, you drown in their story. Natasha is so strong woman and I admire by her. She decided to save her lover despise the fact that they are parted the life gave her to be with another man and forget all her sorrow. But she chooses the love!
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Chloe After Dark
Moving on from a painful break up with her boyfriend, beautiful Chloe Milano takes a job as a radio host at a steamy late night erotic radio station to pay off her debts and make ends meet. But she gets a lot more than she bargained for when she becomes entangled in the salacious fantasies of after-hours callers...
Best Kept Secret
Natasha Dawson is a lucky woman. Her career as a fashion photographer has taken off magnificently. After her imminent marriage, she will have a stable future to look forward to and a loving husband in the funny and generous Luke Stevens. Everything is very nearly perfect. But her ex-boyfriend has disappeared, and, try as she might, she can't forget about him. Some part of her feels she's about to marry the man of the wrong person's dreams. The other man in her life is handsome, engaging and passionate, and Natasha is deeply in love with him. But he also has a terrible secret, and Natasha may have to risk everything if she wants to uncover it...
gone? And can Mum
and Dad get Dylan to sleep without it?
A funny, heart-warming story for very
young readers told in rhyme.