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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Series: Circle C Adventures
Andrea "Andi" Carter returns in her third nail-biting adventure. Even after dealing with escaped convicts and wild horses, Andi isn't prepared for her latest surprise: a sister she never knew she had. Katherine left the family when Andi was just a baby, and a heap of trouble has followed her now that she is back. Andi finds herself not only dealing with Katherine's sudden appearance, but also a mysterious drifter named T. J. Silver, who has a lot to hide.
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here4areasonWAAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great Adventure Series for Teens and TweensApril 3, 2011here4areasonWAAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Book 3 of this series bring the reader into the family secret with an mystery twist. I felt with Andi as she discovered she'd be left out of a family secret and at the end I could not put the book down.
My siblings (ages 10 & 13) love these books. I'm their book previewer, and these books are great. I'm a harsh critic when it comes to books - especially adventure books. But these are awesome in every aspect. From the story line, to the characters, to the morals, these books are extremely well written. Many authors try to "tell" you about the character; Susan Marlow "shows" you their character. In fact, you feel like you know them.
These books aren't for girls only. My brother is 13 and has thoroughly enjoyed these books. Yes, the main character is a girl, but the series has a strong male presence in the form of her 3 brothers and her friend, Cory.
Marilou Flinkman5 Stars Out Of 5March 5, 2008Marilou FlinkmanAndrea Carter and the Family Secret can be described in one work - exciting.Andrea Carter is a normal, inpatient girl of 1880. She is angry at never being told the family secret but she overcomes that anger when she is called on to take responsibility for the lives of people she loves. Read her adventures as she finds a way rescue those who are depending on her for protection.
Stephanie Reed5 Stars Out Of 5February 10, 2008Stephanie ReedCan you keep a secret? Andi Carter's family has kept one from her for her whole life, and when she finally finds out, she's stunned. Andi's pretty good at keeping secrets, too. She and her friends find a mysterious stranger who asks for a little help until he gets on his feet again. There's just one catch--the stranger asks Andi not to tell her family about him. She agrees, against the better judgment of her friends. The two secrets turn Andi's life upside down. She's no longer the youngest child at the ranch. Now, there are three younger kids and Andi has her hands full. If you thought the horses Andi loves are wild, wait until you meet these three rascals! Of course Andi's faithful palomino, Taffy, is back, but when it comes to a fierce thunderstorm, even Taffy has her limits. Andi is left alone with a desperate outlaw and the three kids to discover just how strong her family ties really are. Writer Susan Marlow shines as she brings Andi through this storm in her life. The timely story line about a broken family and forgiveness is a definite plus, with echoes of the Prodigal Son from the Gospel of Luke. This is a book your kids, grandkids, and even you will love, and that's no secret.