'Rebecca Reid is a master of building tension' Phoebe Morgan, author of The Girl Next Door
What is more dangerous, a secret or a lie? Poppy is about to find out.
When Poppy meets Drew, she's at rock bottom: broke, jobless and with nowhere to live. So when he proposes after a whirlwind romance, she says yes - even though he has suggested they don't tell each other anything about their lives before they met.
It's unconventional, but it suits Poppy's needs perfectly. Because Poppy has a secret - and she isn't so sure Drew would still want to marry her if he knew the truth.
But, of course, this is a two-way deal - and Drew has secrets of his own. But surely they can't be worse than what Poppy's hiding . . .
'Well written, with a plot and characters that haunt you long after you've finished.' Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife
READERS CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF TRUTH HURTS:
***** 'This book had me on the edge of my seat and I could not put it down.'
***** 'I loved loved loved Rebecca Reid's previous novel Perfect Liars but Truth Hurts is even better!'
***** 'Rebecca Reid's writing is pure quality. She writes some of the worst human characteristics incredibly well. I'd pick up her next book without even reading the blurb.'
Well written, with a plot and characters that haunt you long after you've finished.