Hidden Waters

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  • Hidden Waters

  • Author : Catherine Cowles
  • Publisher : The PageSmith LLC
  • ISBN : 1951936132
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Number of Pages : 392
  • Publish Date : 2022-06-20
  • Ratings: 4.5
    By 2 Readers

My family tried to break me. But, somehow, I made it out alive, even though the wounds from that survival are forever carved into my bones. Now, my only wish is for…normal. To know what it’s like to have friends, a job, a home. The last thing I want is for my new roommate to see the scars I’m so desperate to keep hidden, especially not the ruggedly handsome man who steals my breath and sends my heart into overdrive. But something tells me that Beckett has demons, too. I see it in the shadows haunting his gorgeous eyes and the way he looks at me with gentle understanding. As our unlikely friendship becomes so much more, forces from my life slink out of the shadows. And we could both lose everything we’ve fought so hard for—down to our very last breaths… ***** Read what reviewers are saying about Hidden Waters: "The Tattered & Torn series is one of my ultimate favorites and Hidden Waters is book three of the reasons why. A romance that combines family saga, searing chemistry, and thrilling suspense—Hidden Waters is another 2022 must-read from Catherine Cowles!— Samantha Young, New York Times bestselling author of the On Dublin Street Series. "I absolutely LOVED Hidden Waters. It's everything amazing about a small town romance...family, secrets, old wounds, unforgettable connections, plus the sweetest love story that had my heart soaring. Mixed with that suspense that is so distinctly Catherine Cowles, it's an absolute must read! Addie and Beckett were magic together!" - A.L. Jackson New York Times Bestselling Author ***** Read what others are saying about Catherine Cowles: "I fell in love with these characters, with the writing, and with this unexpected story. I can't recommend it enough!" - Alessandra Torre, New York Times Bestseller “Cowles writes fresh, addicting, and intensely beautiful stories!” - Susan Stoker, New York Times Bestseller "Catherine Cowles has a way of pulling the reader into the world she has created and leaves you there for days after you have read the last page." - Kelly Elliott, New York Times Bestseller “I walked away knowing I would read every single thing this talented new author ever writes." - Natasha is a Book Junkie *** Perfect for fans of Kristen Ashley, Corinne Michaels, Nora Roberts, and Devney Perry.

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