Our Little Secret – Roz Nay

Is anyone else anxiously waiting for this week to end already? I am! Thankfully, great books can make that all better.

Thanks to St. Martin’s Press for the beautiful advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

OUR LITTLE SECRET – Roz Nay (Releasing April 17th, 2018)


My Thoughts: 5/5 stars!

Not only do I love a great orange cover, but I love debut novels. It’s always so exciting to pick up work from new authors, and let me tell you, I was not disappointed with Roz Nay’s OUR LITTLE SECRET.

We begin with Angela in an interrogation room. She is cycling through different detectives and being asked the same questions over and over. Then Detective Novak takes a seat opposite her with the same question, what was her relationship with Saskia like. We are taken through her history with HP, her first love, and the transformation of their relationship, as well as his current relationship with Saskia. Is she simply missing or is this something worse?

We go through the story of HP and Angela’s romance and how Saskia came into the picture. Angela slowly starts to let Detective Novak in on how she knows Saskia and we also discover how HP and Saskia came back into her life.

This is a quick read, and just under 250 pages we get just enough character and story development to keep you hooked. This is one you can easily finish in a sitting, or at least a day! While it seems like a lighter read, is is packed with dark secrets and sinister plots. You’ll find yourself sucked into the story and wanting to know the answers from this potentially unreliable narrator.


Is this on your spring TBR yet?




3 thoughts on “Our Little Secret – Roz Nay

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  1. Excellent review!!
    I loved this book!! I was pleasantly surprised by how good it was. I can’t stop thinking about it. 😊 The more time goes by, the more I like it. It was a 5-star read for me too. ☺️

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