#BookReview: A Powerful Secret by Dr. Kevin Leman and Jeff Nesbit

24 Mar

A Powerful Secret

A Powerful Secret by Dr. Kevin Leman & Jeff Nesbit

Sean has always felt like an outsider in his own family.
Now he must risk never achieving what he wants most–his father’s love.

Billionaire globe-trotter Sean Worthington is stunned when his older brother suddenly abandons the Senate race in New York and walks away without a backward glance. As campaign manager, Sean’s left to handle the media feeding frenzy with no answers. Worse, their father–as usual–backs Will, the “perfect” son.

Frustrated by his father’s lack of belief in him, Sean determines to finally move on and forge a unique path. But when a powerful secret is revealed, threatening everything Sean has counted on, he must wrestle with shocking truths . . . and combat the power brokers behind the scenes who have the Worthington family in their crosshairs.


My thoughts:

A Powerful Secret is a compelling drama! Politics, big business, and well-kept secrets comprise this tale of family dynamics and finding your own place. The action starts on the very first page and continues through the novel. Sean Worthington travels the world looking for answers to the questions that plague him, and what he discovers leads him right back to where he started. I loved the drama and intrigue of this fast-paced story and am eager to continue this exciting series!

A Powerful Secret is the second book in the Worthington Destiny series. I have not read the first book, A Perfect Ambition, but I enjoyed this one so much that I have already ordered a copy and look forward to learning more about this powerful family!

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. All thoughts expressed are my own.

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