En 1903, Mary Bolton, 19 ans, a pris la fuite après avoir tué son mari. Poursuivie par Julian et Jude, ses deux beaux-frères, elle trouve d'abord refuge chez une vieille dame propriétaire d'une grande maison, puis passe une semaine à errer dans les montagnes sauvages. Elle y rencontre William Moreland, dit le Ridgerunner, un voleur qui rôde dans ces lieux depuis des années.
Le valeureux Hazel mène une poignée de braves vers la terre promise, Watership Down, afin de fuir la destruction de leur foyer. Mais de sombres menaces pèsent. Prémonitions, ruses et légendes accompagnent les héros sur ce chemin qui leur réserve bien des aventures.
2004. Jane is shocked to see a familiar face on the front page of her paper - Sonia, a lost friend accused of terrorism, who has just been released after twenty years in prison. The memories of her university housemates come flooding back: Sonia, who yearned to save the world's children from nuclear war; the Marxist-leaning Dieter; and the anarcho-feminist-pacifist Pete, who all drew Jane into NAG, an anti-nuclear group. Planning to cross the border and chain themselves to a Boeing factory fence, everything changed when a bomb exploded.
Ellen McGinty: sexy, impulsive, loud-mouthed, chock full of regrets. In middle age she sells the house she raised her daughters in, slips off the shell of her old life, and steps out for a first, tentative foray into real contentment - directly into the path of a man twenty years her junior. Through the eyes of her lover, Matt, her ex-husband, Larry, her two daughters, her grandson, and a friend who both supports and betrays her, her story explodes into multiple points of view.
Three weeks into their marriage, Ross and Iliana Alexander get into a car accident that leaves Iliana paralyzed. Ross struggles with his guilt while Iliana learns to live with her new condition, processes complicated by Ross's too-close relationship with his twin sister Bonnie and her young son. Two years later, trying to start anew, they are running a café when Bonnie arrives with her son, stirring up unresolved tensions.
Cassie Robichaud's life is filled with regret and loneliness after the death of her husband. She waits tables at the rundown Café Rose in New Orleans, and every night she heads home to her solitary one-bedroom apartment. But when she discovers a notebook left behind by a mysterious woman at the café, Cassie's world is forever changed. The notebook's stunningly explicit confessions shock and fascinate Cassie, and eventually lead her to SECRET, an underground society dedicated to helping women realize their wildest, most lurid fantasies. Includes sex and strong language.
Still wounded from a recent heartbreak, Cassie Robichaud throws herself into service with S.E.C.R.E.T., the mysterious organization that changed her life last year by bringing her deepest fantasies to life, one step at a time. Now it’s Cassie’s turn to guide the group’s newest candidate, Dauphine Mason, recruiting men to execute a new set of fantasies. While it gets Cassie’s mind off Will, the man she truly loves, it also gives her the chance to help watch S.E.C.R.E.T. work its magic on someone new. Sequel to "S.E.C.R.E.T.". Bestseller. 2013.
The only thing that Cassie Robichaud has ever really wanted is Will Foret, the love of her life. But when Will discovers that Cassie is part of S.E.C.R.E.T., an underground group devoted to helping women experience their deepest fantasies, Will breaks it off. Heartbroken, Cassie dries her tears and devotes herself to helping the latest S.E.C.R.E.T. recruit, Solange Faraday. Cassie also reignites her relationship with bad-boy Jesse, even if he can never love her as deeply as Will did. The final book in the trilogy. Sequel to "S.E.C.R.E.T shared"