A Powerful Secret by Dr. Kevin Leman and Jeff Nesbit

This is the second book in The Worthington Destiny series. I had not read the first book in the series but I think I would have caught on a little quicker to what was happening if I had. Despite that this is a fantastic book. I love the Worthington family. I look forward to the next book in this series. This book is focusing on Sean. The first book focused on Will. The third book will focus on the sister. I am looking forward to reading the next book to see what other adventures these family members will have. I received a copy of this book from revell for a fair and honest opinion.  Sean Worthington is shocked when he hears his older brother Will announce that he will not run for New York’s Senate seat. In fact, he’s angry. All of his efforts as Will’s campaign manager are now for nothing–and Sean is left to handle questions from the press while Will walks away without a backward glance. Throughout his life, Sean has felt like an outsider in his own family. And not being told about his brother’s plans is just one more piece of evidence that he’s right. Tired of being the odd one out, Sean is determined to forge his own path. Little does he know that it’s not easy to escape your family–especially when a powerful secret from the past threatens to explode everything Sean ever believed. Bestselling author, psychologist, and birth order expert Dr. Kevin Leman and novelist and journalist Jeff Nesbit are back with another intrigue-filled look inside the influential Worthington family.Dr. Kevin Leman, the “New York Times” bestselling author of more than fifty books, including “The Birth Order Book,” has made thousands of house calls for “Fox & Friends,” “The View,” “Today,” CBS’s “The Early Show,” “The 700 Club,” CNN, and “Good Morning America.” Jeff Nesbit, a former senior communications official at the White House and former director of public affairs for two prominent federal science agencies, is a strategic communications advisor and the author of more than twenty novels. He writes At the Edge, a weekly column for “U.S. News & World Report.”

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