Written on: 06/02/2011 by MohamedImam (1 review written)
my sister gave me this book after reading it, and she recommended me to read it as she said that you won't be bored reading that book. literally, you will hardly ever leave it from your hand. As for me, it was the first book to read it in my whole life as I hate reading books, especially long ones, so this book made me like reading and I am looking forward to reading the "Undomestic Goddess"… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2008
'Jack Harper' has to be one of the sexiest characters written...for him alone, it is worth reading. But, not even counting him, you will enjoy this book so much- up till 2 in the morning, reading, doubled over in laughter- Highly recommended!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2008
I use to hate to read. When I was younger, my parents would force me to read books that I had absolutely no interest in. But, once I read the review of "Can You Keep a Secret," it caught my attention. From page one, till the end, there was nothing that could stop me from putting the book down. There was never a slow part that would drag on, and the drama never stopped! It was amazing! I have never liked a book so much in my life! By the end, I was so upset, that i almost cried! I didn't know… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2008
Can You Keep a Secret? is funny and wants and made me want to read on, there were no bad points… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2008 by xdonzx (6 reviews written)
The other day I was in my local PDSA (vets for pets) shop searching for a bargain when I came across the books, which were all stacked neatly on a couple of dust-free shelves. As I quickly skimmed through the titles , my eyes were snatched by a lilac cover with a picture of a girl standing in a snow globe , standing with her back to the reader and crossing her fingers behind her back, surrounded by silver stars in the globe. The title read "Can You Keep A Secret ? ". "Ooh, wonder what this is… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Can You Keep a Secret?
Dial, Mar 2004, $21.95, 368 pp.
Emma Corrigan feels life as she has had a fabulous year though the Pollyanna young woman always sees the optimistic side of things. Still she has a right to feel great as she stays employed at Panther Cola for nearly a year and is seeing the perfect Ken-doll like boyfriend Connor. She even thinks she is on the right track for a promotion now that the opportunity has occurred for her to show off her… Read Full Review