"As addictive as it is unpredictable."—Natasha Preston, New York Times bestselling author of The Twin and The Cellar
From Natalie D. Richards, the New York Times bestselling author of YA psychological thriller books, comes a romance suspense story about a girl who helps the boy next door—but he might be dangerous, perfect for fansof Megan Miranda and Karen McManus.
Emerson May is "the good girl." She's the perfect daughter, the caring friend, the animal shelter volunteer. But when her best friend's brother breaks into her room, his hands covered in blood, she doesn't scream or call the cops. Because when Deacon smiles at her, Emmie doesn't want to be good...
The whole town believes notorious troublemaker Deacon is guilty of assaulting his father. Only Emmie knows a secret that could set him free. But if she follows her heart, she could be trusting a killer...
You can't always trust the boy next door.
Also by Natalie D. Richards:
Five Total Strangers
Six Months Later
Gone Too Far
One Was Lost
We All Fall Down
What You Hide
Praise for My Secret to Tell:
"Brimming with suspense and intrigue."—Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls
"[R]eaders who enjoy heavy doses of psychological and romantic tension will not be disappointed."—VOYA
"Plenty of fun andplenty to relate to in this coming-of-age romance with an adrenaline rush."—Kirkus Reviews
"My Secret to Tell is as addictive as it is unpredictable. Natalie will keep you second guessing until the nail-biting end." - Natasha Preston
"Teen readers will find plenty of fun and plenty to relate to in this coming-of-age romance with an adrenaline rush." - Kirkus Reviews
"[R]eaders who enjoy heavy doses of psychological and romantic tension will not be disappointed" - VOYA
"If you like a good suspenseful story with great characters and a dash of darkness, you'll really enjoy this new book. I'm so glad I waited to read it." - The Book Nut
"My Secret to Tell is a clever whodunit with a fabulous cast of characters and an alluring romance that will appeal to teens. The mystery element is interesting and full of unexpected twists and turns. The motive for the crime remains elusive and Natalie B. Richards skillfully utilizes numerous red herrings to keep readers guessing the perpetrator's identity right up until the novel's rather dramatic and pulse pounding conclusion." - Book Reviews and More by Kathy
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