Poppy has a secret. It was a whirlwind romance. And when Drew, caught up in the moment, suggests that he and Poppy don't tell each other anything about their past lives, that they live only for the here and now, for the future they are building together, Poppy jumps at the chance for a fresh start. Drew says he has nothing to hide. But it doesn't take long for Poppy to see that this is a two-way deal. Drew is hiding something from her. And Poppy suddenly has no idea who the man she has married really is, what he is hiding from her or what he might be capable of. Drew is lying. Which is more dangerous, a secret or a lie? AUTHOR: Rebecca is a freelance journalist. She is a columnist for the Telegraph Women's section, works for Metro Online and has written for Marie Claire, the Guardian, the Saturday Telegraph, the Independent, Stylist, Glamour, the iPaper, the Guardian, Indy100, LOOK and the New Statesmen amongst others. Rebecca is a regular contributor to Sky News and ITV's This Morning as well as appearing on Radio 4's Woman's Hour, LBC, BBC News 24 and the BBC World Service to discuss her work. She graduated from Royal Holloway's Creative Writing MA in 2015 and Perfect Liars is her debut novel. Rebecca lives in North London with her husband.