Keeping You a Secret - Julie Anne Peters

Keeping You a Secret

By Julie Anne Peters

  • Release Date - Published: 2007-07-31
  • Book Genre: Romance
  • Author: Julie Anne Peters
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 317 Ratings)

Keeping You a Secret Julie Anne Peters read online review & book description:

National Book Award finalist Julie Anne Peters delivers a moving, modern classic love story with a coming out theme -- now with a fresh, redesigned cover!

With a steady boyfriend, the position of Student Council President, and a chance to go to an Ivy League college, high school life is just fine for Holland Jaeger.

At least, it seems to be.

But when Cece Goddard comes to school, everything changes. Cece and Holland have undeniable feelings for each other, but how will others react to their developing relationship?

This moving love story between two girls is for fans of Nancy Garden's classic young adult coming out novel, Annie on My Mind. With her characteristic humor and breezy style, Peters has captured the compelling emotions of young love.

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Posted Reviews


    By LesboGoose
    I read this in my freshman year of high school, when I was just starting to come out as a lesbian. I hadn’t told most of my family, and only three or four of my friends. I was able to really relate with the main character, and it really helped me to get through this part of my life.
  • ?

    By kd eagleheart
    The authors voice in this book was extremely hard to follow, I couldn’t quite get the hang of it till the middle almost ending of the book. Every scenario is so rushed through it was more like a list of things that happened to the protagonist than a story. Great message with so much potential if more energy was put into the characters than meaningless details it would have made a decent book.
  • Decent

    By SexyFelineMachine
    The main characters were stupid, but the romance was moderately good. Gave it one star because the leads were annoyingly dumb.
  • Honest & Vulnerable

    By kabetown
    This book is beautiful in every way. It's honest and vulnerable to what coming out and hiding feelings is really like. I loved this book in high school and I'm so happy to see it in iBooks for more people to experience this book. KYAS really helped me come out and feel less alone, which is exactly what I needed.
  • Amazing

    By Bb27qua
    Essential to any teen in the closet. this book is amazing
  • Floored me.

    By kaitlyn_kellard
    I got an Amazon gift card for Christmas and knew it was the only way I would be able to buy LGBT+ books without my parents knowing. I found out about this book through many online lists and hours of searching. Once I got the book I read it in a little under 4 hours. I fell into the story whole-heartedly and have deemed this as my favorite book by far. I would highly recommend it to anyone especially those young people wondering if they might fit into the LGBT+ category.
  • Amazing

    By EssenceYvette
    I love this book!
  • Keeping You a Secret

    By buttons100
    I am late to the game with this review. This book was absolutely amazing. I picked this book up at the library from the young adult section thinking it was going to be sappy, but once I started reading I couldn't put this book down.
  • Excellent read

    By AF023
    Very intriguing, read it in one day because it keeps you hooked.
  • Read this in high school, loved it!

    By Freethedog
    I read this book years ago. I just had to have it in my collection here. I loved it so much. It's worth re-reading over and over.

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