Little Secrets: A Book Review

Little Secrets Book Cover“Little Secrets” completely sucked me in from the beginning. Every character in the book had a secret (or several).  These secrets meant that nothing was quite as it appeared. Jennifer Hillier is an exceptional writer who knows how to bring characters to life and play with your emotions. From the start, we meet Marin and her little boy, Sebastian, in a marketplace. In a flash, he is gone, and Marin’s world turns upside down.

Sixteen months later, the private eye that Marin has hired makes a discovery that changes the trajectory of Marin’s life.

“Little Secrets”  entranced me. Unable to put it down, I devoured it in 2 days. Hillier leaves you with the unsettling feeling that anyone you love could be harboring secrets that could blow up life as you know it at any moment.

While the plot was involved, it was easy to follow. This book is perfect for lovers of suspense and mysteries.

I give Little Secrets 4 stars!

Thank you to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and Minotaur Books for providing me with an ARC of this book and in exchange for an honest review.

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About Heather Erickson

I am an author, writer, and speaker and homeschooling mom of 3. Since doctors diagnosed my husband, Dan, with stage IV lung cancer in 2012, I’ve focused my writing and speaking on helping cancer patients and their families advocate for themselves and live life to the fullest, despite their illness. My goal is to help people face cancer with grace. My books are available at

The Memory Maker’s Journal 

Facing Cancer as a Friend: How to Support Someone Who Has Cancer

Facing Cancer as a Parent: Helping Your Children Cope with Your Cancer

I also blog about living with cancer at Facing Cancer with Grace.