Hidden (Hidden Series Book One)

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Christine must hide her deadly powers to stay alive in a world nearly destroyed by magic. With the hunters on her trail, the last thing she needs is more problems ... like falling in love with the wrong type of creature and questioning who and what she is. Some secrets are better off buried. The truth would be the end of her. More
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M. Lathan lives in San Antonio with her husband and mini-schnauzer. She enjoys writing and has a B.S. in Psych and a Masters in Counseling. Her passion is a blend of her two interests – creating new worlds and stocking them with crazy people. She enjoys reading anything with interesting characters and writing in front of a window while asking rhetorical questions … like her idol Carrie Bradshaw.

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Hidden Series Book One
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Shayna Varadeaux reviewed on Oct. 19, 2013

The Hidden Series is Young Adult Paranormal at it's very best!,

I absolutely am loving this series. It has every element I love my YA reads to have with the perfect amount of paranormal in there.
I like the storyline and plot as well it kept me engaged and reading until I couldn't hold my eyes open anymore.
Life got in the way but I made time for this undeniably GOOD READ!!!

This books has it all!
Mystery, intrigue, love, hate, friends, enemies, good guys, bad guys and hotness a plenty.
Quickly placing as a favorite YA Paranormal Series!
Just when you think you have it all figured out BAM! Nope! You were dead wrong! I LOVE IT!
(review of free book)
Ginny Gallagher reviewed on June 25, 2013

**original review posted on Gin's Book Notes . com**

Hidden is a very interesting young adult paranormal book. Leah, the main character, is hidden away in an orphanage and is tormented by the other girls there. She has no friends, has never been loved, and has only had small moments of kindness shown to her. She believes that she is evil and must hide her true nature in order to remain alive. She has such a warped and damaged sense of self worth that it was a little hard to get through the first chapter but I am really glad I kept reading because the story and Leah undergo a change.

She discovers who she really is and that the things she has believed about herself and others of her kind are false. She becomes more confident and in control. It was fun getting to see her grow into accepting herself and her powers and at the same time acknowledge the goodness that she has always had.

Of course, Leah’s growth is only part of the story. There are also hunters, shifters, copies, witches, and a long-lost mom that reappears. At times you are unsure of whom to trust and feel betrayed right along with Leah. There are a lot of twists and turns that keep you guessing and the dual nature of Leah is interesting to observe.

This book is one that I found myself thinking about a couple of days after I finished and wondering what else is going to happen to this group of characters. I am interested in reading the second book, Lost, to see how Leah fairs with her new confidence and powers.
(review of free book)
Why Bother reviewed on May 28, 2013

I quite like this book, and couldn't wait for the second in the series. The story is a bit different, but nicely written.
(review of free book)

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