Friday, September 28, 2007

Keeping You A Secret


By Julie Anne Peters

What happens when you fall in love with another girl?

Holland falls for Cece - an out and proud lesbian - and she awakens to her sexuality, to love, and to the reality of keeping it all secret.

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I Loved this book!! It was very inspiring. I would totally recommend it to any newly found lesbians.

maegen said...

Freakin FANTASTIC!! Definitely one of the best books I have ever read. Almost every single one of my friends have read and loved this book. Truly spectacular. =]

Anonymous said...

me and my ex gf read it together. :D
I totally loved this book. It's an awesome read people. Wouldn't regret it. Trust me.

Anonymous said...

This is definitely a good book.

Anonymous said...

very qood book. im not even qay and im 13 years old and i fell inlove with this book. this is probably the author of the year for all i know.

TGQ said...

This will always be one of my favorite books. Very real, and very easy to relate to.

Kae said...

It's one of those books everyone can relate to, a definite read.

Anonymous said...

this book was really amazing!! it helped me so much and it's such a beautiful story! i'm the person i should be because of this book i can relate so much and i really think if you're trying to find yourself this book is amazing<3

chenea downlow said...

I loved it. I checked it out at my local library & I wasn't intentionally looking for it. It kinda caught my eye, so I checked it out & it blew me away.
I remember my mom actually picking it up with disgust & said, "why would you read something about lesbians ?"
& I told her, "as open as your eyes are, you should open your mind."

I definitely recommend this book. Its beautiful.

Lee Wind said...

Oh, Chenea, thank you for your review. And I love your response,

"as open as your eyes are, you should open your mind."

We should all be so brave to speak our truths.

Namaste,
Lee

Anonymous said...

This is my new favorite book. It was absolutely amazing. I just really started accepting my lesbian identity, and I really kind of "found myself" in this book. My only complaint is that this book caused me to be sleep deprived. I started this book the day before I had a roller derby game, and three hours and two thirds of the book later, I finally managed to get to sleep. I would definitely recommend it, especially to others who are just discovering their identity.

Anonymous said...

My absolute favorite book ever. It made me see that I was not alone.