A Hidden Affair by Pam Jenoff

This book was good, not as good as it's prequel, Almost Home, but it was good nonetheless. I didn't like the ending as much, probably because since I started the first book I was hoping for a different one. But the writing was good, easy to read and understand.

It picks up right where the previous book ended, when Jordan is on a quest to find out what happened to Jared the College boyfriend who faked death. While on her mission she comes in contact with a man who is looking for the same woman that Jared is associated with. They join forces in order to find them. Although Jordan has some difficulty trusting this man, and finding out he has lied to her about his job, she brakes their bond and sets off alone. And soon she finds the answers, and more, that she is looking for. Yes I rate it a 3 star, because it didn't seem as suspenseful as Almost Home, and the ending could have been better. But overall it was a good book, and I think I'd still recommend it to some.