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Lie to Me

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  • Posted November 1, 2009

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    Fast and Fun Debut!

    Simply loved this book, and closed it with a smile on my face, even though I was sad that I no longer had it to look forward to!

    Witty writing, charming characters and enough steam to keep things interesting; everything I'm looking for in a Romance.

    Cannot wait to pick up the next book by Starr Ambrose.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2009

    I did't care for this book.

    This book bored me. I didn't care for it. It was way too slow, and I don't recomend this.

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  • Posted October 22, 2008

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    great romantic suspense thriller

    Eleanor Coggins strongly believes that Banner Westfield killed his wife, her best friend; she plans to prove her assertion. She breaks into Banner¿s mansion seeking proof, but is caught by Banner's half-brother, Jack Payton.<BR/><BR/>Jack is also seeking evidence; in his case he searches for proof that Banner has gotten the family business involved in some illegal dealings. He gives Ellie a choice of helping him and her by her posing as his fiancee. Together they seek evidence of Banner¿s wrongdoing while also trying to help obtain custody of his daughter. Banner trusts neither so sets in motion a plan to destroy the engaged couple.<BR/><BR/>The triangular dysfunctional relationship seems real and makes for a great romantic suspense thriller though some critical threats are left dangling. The key is the suspicious Westfield does not trust Payton or Coggins so he plans to learn who she is and lure the pair into a trap of their own making. Fans will appreciate this one sitting tale with a fabulous spin while wondering not just whether Eleanor and Jack will make it together, but whether they will make it together alive or dead.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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