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Publisher Description

We all have our secrets. It’s just some are bigger than others…

Joe has a beautiful house, a great job, no commitments – and he likes it like that. All he needs is a quiet house-sitter for his rambling old place by the sea. When Tess turns up on his doorstep, he’s not sure she’s right for the job. Where has she come from in such a hurry? Her past is a blank and she’s something of an enigma.

But there’s something about her – even though sparks fly every time they meet. And it looks as though she’s here to stay…


‘Secrets will make you smile, sigh and cheer as this story proves love can be found in the most unexpected places’ Sunday Express

‘…another surefire hit for Freya’ Heat

‘This quirky novel is a lively holiday read’ Star Magazine

‘A fab read’ Closer

About the author

Freya North’s first novel, Sally, was published to great acclaim while she was still in her twenties. Her subsequent books, Chloe, Polly, Cat, Fen, Pip , Love Rules, Home Truths and Pillow Talk have all been bestsellers. In 2008 Freya North won the RNA Book of the Year award with Pillow Talk and was shortlisted in 2012 for Chances. She lives in Hertfordshire with her family.

Kate Rawson
hr min
April 30

Customer Reviews

Tender Ronie ,

What Secret?

So much hype, posters everywhere regarding this great book... duh! Not a chance.
If you are wondering what her secret is, don't wonder too much I am sure you and I have kept worst! Boring!
It had so much potential. Shame.

Houston-London Flyer ,


First time I had listened to an audio book on my new Ipod. It was a pleasure to listen to on a 9hr flight and I didn't have to lug the book around! Great summer read, romance and a little topical "credit crunch" bite.

AnnBananarama ,

Please don't waste you time and money

I've never written one on these reviews before, but I felt compelled to do so. This book is saccharine, insipid and boring. I finished it because I had an extremely long journey and I was holding out for some redeeming feature. I was disappointed. Avoid this anemic unimaginative rubbish.

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