Little Buried Secrets | Georgiana Germaine Mysteries

Little Buried Secrets | Georgiana Germaine Mysteries #8 | Ebook

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The clock is ticking, and for Margot, time has just run out. 

Margot Remington exits the wood-lined boardwalk at Moonstone Beach and pedals her bike onto the highway. It's dusk, and the sky has started to grumble, the clouds shifting and bending as they turn a melancholy shade of charcoal. Rain was coming. Margot could smell it in the air. But after the argument she’d just had with her sister, she wasn’t ready to return home yet.

Glancing at her watch, Margot realizes she’ll have little time to freshen up before her date with Sebastian if she doesn't return home soon. She pedals faster, slowing when a car driving in the opposite direction swerves, its headlights blinding her as it zooms her way. Margot slows to a stop, realizing her mistake when the car shows no signs of braking. 

In a split-second, the car collides with Margot, and she finds herself hurdling through the air, her bike going one way as she goes the other. Her mind whirls in this moment, as she thinks about her life and just how much she doesn't want to die.

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Little Buried Secrets is the eighth book in the USA Today bestselling Georgiana Germaine mystery series. Reserve your copy now and get ready for a fast-paced mystery that will have you up reading all night.



Margot Remington exited the wood-lined boardwalk at Moonstone Beach and pedaled her bike onto the highway. It was dusk, and the sky had started to grumble, the clouds shifting and bending as they turned a melancholy charcoal color. Rain was coming. Margot could smell it in the air. But after the fight she’d just had with her sister, she wasn’t ready to return home yet.

The argument had started out as a simple one, with Margot asking Bronte if she could borrow a blue sweater.

“Why can’t you wear you own clothes?” Bronte had asked.

“I want to wear something I haven’t worn before,” Margot said. “I can’t afford to buy new clothes until I get paid on Friday.”

“Why is it so important? Where are you going?”

“I’m meeting Sebastian later tonight.”

“I thought the two of you broke up.”

“We did,” Margot said. “He wants to talk.”

“There’s nothing to talk about. He cheated. End of story.”

“I never let him explain his side of things. I feel like I owe it to him to hear what he has to say.”

“I don’t believe you. I think you’re looking for a reason to get back together with him. If you take Sebastian back after what he did, you’re an idiot.” 

The argument had escalated from there until Bronte got so heated she’d slammed her fist onto the kitchen countertop. Desperate to get away from Bronte’s over-the-top drama, Margot had hopped on her bike to clear her mind. She needed time to think, to process all the cruel things her sister had just said.

Margot and Sebastian had started dating several months ago, even though she’d had a crush on him for the last two years. He’d never acknowledged her existence before now, not until the growth spurt she’d had the previous summer. All at once her body had started to change. She grew a couple of inches and developed curves in all the right places.

When Margot started her senior year of high school, it wasn’t long before her male classmates noticed the change. Sebastian swooped in, and the two began dating.

For years, Margot had fantasized about dating Sebastian, and when the dream became a reality, it was just like she thought it would be. She was happy … until one night four months ago when Sebastian’s parents had gone out of town, and he decided to throw a party.

The get-together was supposed to be an intimate one at first—a few close friends, nothing more. Once word spread, it wasn’t long before the party turned into something else:   



Loud Music.

Partygoers stripped down to their undies doing backflips into the pool. 

The drinks were flowing, and Margot knew it wouldn’t be long before even more shenanigans began. As she scanned the drunken crowd, Sebastian had come up behind her, wrapping his arms around her waist. She’d found it cute at first, until his hands wandered, finding their way beneath her skirt, her underwear becoming exposed for everyone to see. Embarrassed, Margot suggested they take a break from the party. She grabbed Sebastian’s hand and helped him to his bedroom, relieved when he fell asleep a few minutes later.

With Sebastian out of commission, Margot took over, keeping a close eye on everyone and everything. She played the perfect hostess, picking up after her fellow classmates, refilling snacks, and trying her best to keep everyone in line. As the party wound down, she went to check on Sebastian. When she entered his room, she slapped a hand to her mouth, shocked to find Sebastian butt naked next to Kaia Benson, the new girl in town.

Sebastian insisted nothing had happened between them.

Margot left Sebastian’s house in a fury that night, refusing to speak to either of them until a couple of weeks ago when she ran into Kaia in the girls’ bathroom. Kaia apologized about what, if anything, had happened at the party, and then she said something interesting—after giving it a lot of thought, she wasn’t sure anything had happened with Sebastian. Every time she’d thought back to that night, it was all a blur. Blurred lines or no, even if Kaia was telling the truth, Margot couldn’t help but wonder what would have happened if she hadn’t walked in when she had.

After her conversation with Kaia, Margot found herself trying to find a loophole—any loophole to justify giving Sebastian another chance. He’d gone above and beyond to win her back, and it was getting harder and harder to keep refusing him.

Yesterday evening, Margot had texted Sebastian. He’d replied right away, and they decided to meet tonight. Glancing at the time on her watch, she realized she’d have little time to freshen up if she didn’t return home soon. She began pedaling faster, slowing when a car driving in the opposite direction swerved, its headlights blinding her as it bounded her way. Margot froze, realizing her mistake when the car showed no signs of stopping.

In a split-second, Margot had collided with the car, and she found herself hurdling through the air, her bike going one way as she went the other. So many things went through her mind in that moment as she thought about her life and how much she didn’t want to die.

There would be no meet-up with Sebastian.

Not tonight, or any other night.



Georgiana Germaine - Mystery Series Order

1. Little Girl Lost - USA Today Bestseller
2. Little Lost Secrets
3. Little Broken Things
4. Little White Lies
5. Little Tangled Webs
6. Little Shattered Dreams
7. Little Last Words - New Release!
8. Little Buried Secrets - Pre-Order

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