Secrets Untold

Secrets Untold

8.2K Reads 314 Votes 12 Part Story
Laura By XxIcyxX Updated Jan 09, 2014

"Here's a little tip of survival for all of you reading this very line right now: Never yawn while Danika Mars is talking, because it leads to no good."

Smart, sweet, and semi-sarcastic Cadrian Tinker had more than her share of a severe case of senioritis.  Along with her childhood best friends, Danika and Trent, she is ready to breeze through her last year in high school like she has done the past three years.  Laying low under the radar and blending right in, senior year seems like a piece of cake.

That is until she meets Ashton Fly, a boy who seems to know more than his own share of secrets in the world, a boy who seems to be living a hidden, other life.  At first disgusted by him, Cadrian can't help but feel as if there is more than what lays above the surface.  Or is it all just a façade?

Whatever it may be, Cadrian knows one thing for sure-senior year may be her hardest year yet with challenges to friendship, initial instincts, judgment, and the first test of what life truly is.

Let's just say that fate or destiny or whatever you want to call it has a quirky sense of humor.

  • drama
  • fiction
  • funny
  • high
  • love
  • mystery
  • school
  • secrets
  • story
  • teen
  • teenage
  • untold
Cheyenne120 Cheyenne120 Jun 14, 2013
Omg haven't read this book yet. I decided to read to cus I started reading her book frozen. It's awesome. U should read it
moomooshooshoo moomooshooshoo Jul 13, 2012
Haha, so far I do like the beginning! I love the vagueness, it definitley gives a sense of mystery, and so far it seems like a cute story. Good job!^^
VesperLavinia VesperLavinia Jul 13, 2012
It is a very interesting plot and this made me kinda laugh and now I know not to yawn during Danika's speeches luckily I don't know any so I'm safe hopefully :) on to reading!!!
Sierra256715 Sierra256715 Jul 06, 2012
Great idea for a start - the whole never yawn = disaster suggests a quirky little story. Tad short for a prologue, but liked your blurb. Cover a little bland I think...
AllieLayna AllieLayna Jul 06, 2012
This is really good. I like the idea of basing this whole prologue on the what if's. What if the yawn had been held for longer? What if this, what if that. Its a great idea because arent we all constantly asking 'what if'?
shicaraj_ shicaraj_ Jul 02, 2012
I think the title is wonderful and even though the prologue lacks something, it gets you interested and ready to read onto the next chapter! 
                              You also want to make sure you can hook your readers if your doing a prologue!