Lakeshore Secrets - Shannyn Leah

Lakeshore Secrets

By Shannyn Leah

  • Release Date: 2015-03-10
  • Genre: Short Stories
Score: 4
From 566 Ratings


Kate McAdams was forced six years ago to leave her beloved hometown of Willow Valley, leaving behind her family and the only man she's ever loved, Marc Caliendo. Although she has created a new life for herself away from the drama, secrets and stress of the small town, she must return upon her grandmother's death. Her return brings back wonderful memories, especially of Marc, but also horrible fears from the past. 

When fate throws her and Marc together once again, how can they ignore the everlasting love and desire between them? Will Kate stay and face her demons or will the deceit and secrets of the past destroy any future they may have and force her to leave again? 

This book can be read as a stand alone, but for more enjoyment read them in the order of the series, as all the characters appear in future books. 

Read the full BY THE LAKE SERIES: 

BOOK 1: Lakeshore Secrets 
BOOK 2: Lakeshore Legend 
BOOK 3: Lakeshore Love 
BOOK 4: Lakeshore Candy 
BOOK 5: Lakeshore Lyrics 

BOOK 1: Sunset Thunder 
BOOK 2: Sunset Rivalry 
BOOK 3: Sunset Sail 
BOOK 4: Sunset Flare 
BOOK 5: Sunset Shelter


  • Wow

    By Montanafilly73
    I loved the twists and turns in this book! Couldn’t put it down. There was anger, sorrow, love, and lots of other emotion in this story! I loved every page of it.
  • Lakeshore Secrets

    By NAW 64
    Loved it! Wonderful characters and twists!
  • New Favorite Author

    By TTU Tim
    This was a beautiful story. I loved it. The story of Marc and Kate. All of the characters in the book made this a wonderful story. It certainly had a lot of twists and turns. There were happy and funny parts and then there were serious and sad areas. Another story about how terrible and controlling secrets can be. Secrets cause us to hold back feelings and allows others to abuse us; because of the fear we have that our secrets will be found out. The story also shows how freeing honesty is, even though honesty can be hard sometimes. I liked the uniqueness of each of the characters as well. I look forward to reading more of the books in this series.