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One Tiny Secret by T.A. Kunz
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it was amazing

One Tiny Secret is full of suspense and mystery as Dani tries to discover who the stalker is and the reason behind the torment.
Dani, the daughter of the town sheriff, is designing the flyer for the party of the year. Everyone in town knows about the party, however the police force wants to discover the secret location.

While Dani is going through a box of things, she finds her old walkie talkie that she used to talk with her best friend with next door. Janice's possessive mother prevented Dani's friendship, and they hadn't spoken in years. Never dreaming she would answer, Dani tries the walkie talkie to see if it still worked and she answered. Feeling guilty for all the time apart, Dani invites her to the Halloween party. At the party, Dani runs into her old boyfriend, Parker. Parker left early for college without saying goodbye, leaving Dani distraught.

However, the next day, Dani's world is turned upside down. Chaos erupts in the small town, and Dani receives texts from an unknown caller. Dani confides in Parker, her sheriff father doesn't believe her, as the whole situation starts to become dangerous for all those around Dani.

One Tiny Secret is Adam Kunz first solo novel, which is packed with suspense and horror. From the moment I first started reading, I was captivated in the creative story Adam created. Who is the unknown caller? Why is this stalker tormenting Dani? All these questions and more run through your mind as you are trying to solve the mystery. But don't even try, because you will never see it coming. The anticipation to reach the end is so demanding, it's a story that you WILL read in one sitting. Not only is the plot just plain genius, there's a hot romance as truth is revealed and Dani and Parker reunite.

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Reading Progress

January 11, 2013 – Shelved
May 2, 2013 – Started Reading
May 5, 2013 – Finished Reading

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