My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book is so not about Amelia O'Donohue.
It is about secrets, and the danger of keeping them too well hidden.
Rachel keeps secrets. Not her own, she keeps everyone else's secrets. She knows who had an abortion, who sneaks out in the middle of the night, who throws up to keep thin, and which teacher is messing around with which student. People tell her their secrets because she never tells. Once, years ago, she shared a secret that resulted in personal tragedy. Now, no matter what, she will not tell and secret, for any reason.
Until she opens a cupboard door and finds the biggest secret of all.
Now she struggles with what to do, because this secret is alive and needs his mother. This time the owner of the secret has to come forward. Someone has to reveal the truth.
Rachel just can't be the one to do it.
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