Review: The Secret He Keeps



Dr. Rachel Miller has no recollection of what happened that night she climbed in the car with her husband and he drove recklessly into a tree. She has no clue as to why she survived and he didn’t. Nor does she understand why strangers are coming up to her on the street and telling her things she can’t recall about a life that seems so long ago. But Dane Stone knows.
Dane Stone is Rachel’s business partner…and her deceased husband’s best friend. He knows about the notes, the hotel receipt, and the reason she got in the car that night. It’s for her protection that he keeps the secret, but inside he’s dying to tell her.

Rating: 5 stars


The Secret He Keeps, by Julieann Dove, is an absolutely mesmerizing read. The main character, Rachel, is attempting to recover from a traumatic car accident that took her husband’s life and her long term memory from a year before the accident, up to the day of the tragic accident. Although, she tries to hold onto the idea that her husband was a saint, she’s bogged down by others around her telling her otherwise. As she slowly regains her memory, she finds new romance that leads her down another path. This book is riveting and keeps you going through the very last page. A mystery that wants to be told. I cannot wait to read what else she has in store for us!

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In the reading world, Samantha has always found herself drawn into the world of Young Adult Fiction. The world they portrayed were always a great way to spend free time. After publishing her Auto-Biography, The Road to Becoming a Survivor, she decided to go back to her favorite pastime but instead, from the other end. Her time currently not spent writing is spent at work, or spending time with her fiance and his children in Jackson, Michigan. She hopes one day to become as big of a writer as some of the other Young Adult fiction Authors and every day works towards creating the Magical Worlds that will pull in the reader and keep them trapped within the book until the very last punctuation mark.