All Her Secrets

“All Her Secrets” is about Victoria, the daughter of a famous genius inventor, who was almost murdered four years ago, but then recently gets kidnapped.

I love a good thriller and this was an okay one. The main thing that bothered me was that I didn’t connect with the characters, especially the two main characters: Victoria and Sam. I didn’t hate them, but I didn’t like them either. When I think of them, I kind of get a meh feeling. I will say that the author did a great job in writing the dual POVs. Each character felt unique and had their own voice, but I just didn’t connect with them.

The beginning of the story did grab my attention, but then the pace slows for a long time, which almost made me lose interest. But I kept on, and from the middle until the end, everything was fast-paced.

Another area where the story lacked was in world-building. It was a unique world yet I would have liked more info about it.

The story did have a few surprising twists that caught me off guard. I liked that. But overall, it’s a decent thriller with an interesting dystopian feel to it.

Book Blurb for All Her Secrets

Nothing is as it seems in this psychological YA thriller set in a not-too-distant future sure to appeal to fans of The Girl on the Train, Luckiest Girl Alive, and We Were Liars.


Eighteen-year-old Victoria, the daughter of inventor and visionary-genius Bill Faraday, was almost murdered by a stranger four years ago. She's been trying to forget the incident ever since.

When Victoria discovers something that might explain why she was brutally attacked, she heads home from college to uncover the truth. Then, she’s kidnapped.


Sam’s just a poor kid from Valley City, but he knows who Victoria is as soon as his cousin Craig drags her from the trees. He doesn’t want anything to do with what appears to be a revenge kidnapping, but Craig has a gun and needs someone to take the fall if things go wrong.


Craig and his buddies imprison Sam and Victoria in an abandoned mountain cabin to await ransom. Putting aside mistrust for tentative friendship, Victoria and Sam conspire to escape together, and the close quarters ignite a startling attraction between them. Then they discover strange tunnels beneath the cabin. And what they find inside the tunnels proves more bizarre.

With a plan in place to escape, freedom seems within reach. But Sam and Victoria are both keeping secrets about their past.

And secrets can be deadly.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2016 3.50