With her most recent endeavor, Sudden Secrets, C. Lee McKenzie has released yet another novel that the angst-ridden tweens, teens, and young adults are sure to eat up. Other than the blurb below, I can’t tell you much, but if it’s anything like her previous books and short stories, it’s destined to find a sacred place on the shelves of personal YA libraries around the world.
Cleo has struggled to heal after her baby sister’s death, but the flashbacks to the accident won’t go away. With the move, she vows to keep her tragedy a secret and avoid pitying looks.
Something’s strange about the abandoned house across the street—flashes of light late at night and small flickers of movement that only someone looking for them would see.
Everyone says the house is deserted, but Cleo is sure it isn’t, and she’s sure whoever is inside is watching her.
In one night, Belleza’s life changes forever. So famous, her only choice is to hide her secret from the world so she can silence small town bigotry.
Then Cleo happens.
C. Lee McKenzie and Sudden Secrets, as well as her other books, can be found at the following links:
- Sudden Secrets on Amazon
- Sudden Secrets on Evernight Teen
- C. Lee’s Amazon Author Page
- C. Lee’s Website
- C. Lee on Twitter
ML Swift is a writer of Middle Grade, Young Adult, and Adult fiction, although he dabbles in many genres.
An Alzheimer’s caregiver for the past ten years, he has published several articles on The Alzheimer’s Reading Room, the largest online website catering to that community, and plans to write a novel about his experience in caregiving.
He resides in Florida with his dogs, Rameses and Buster, attempting to reclaim his side of the bed.