Hidden Passions

Hidden Passions

Hidden Passions: Secrets from the Diaries of Tabitha Lenox was a tie-in novelization released by HarperEntertainment in 2001 that was loosely based on the NBC soap opera Passions. It delved into the backstories of several prominent characters on the show, and was purportedly written by town witch Tabitha Lenox.

Much of the information in Hidden Passions has never been confirmed on-screen, and the book is not considered to be canon because the show has since contradicted it several times.

Read more about Hidden Passions:  Selected Information Unique To The Novel, Information Contradicted By The Show

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