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Lies and Consequences [Contemporary Romantic Suspense]

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  • Posted July 1, 2011

    Hot Read

    Women are like fish: you have to give them some slack, and let them wear themselves out before you reel them in.

    Christina Miller sets out to be the first reporter to do an interview with the reclusive Lucas Frost who lives in total seclusion from the real world. Little does she know that she may get more than she'd bargain for. I have never read one of Ms. March's books nor had I ever heard of her before I purchased this manuscript so I did not know what to expect. However, one of the joys of reading a new author is coming across a story that is not only enjoyable but soothing as well. Watching the scenes play out in this delightful unique story was not only entertaining but also a nice relaxing read.

    It did not take me long to become enmeshed in the story line or the characters who won me over from the beginning when Christina took refuge on Lucas' boat during a storm -- only to wake up in the middle of the lake with no way to get back to shore. Watching her having to put up with a hardheaded man and fight seasickness made me laugh out loud a time or two. One thing for sure she could not run away unless she wanted to swim to the bank. I will add that the title of the book, Lies and Consequences, is a good description of the deception that goes on through out the story. One thing that kept popping into my head while reading was Murphy's Law: "any thing that can go wrong will go wrong". Believe me, both Christina and Lucas test that theory to the end.

    This is one book that I am glad that I got my hands on and would recommend to my friends to read and one author whose book I am looking forward to purchasing.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    Not recommended

    ## I really can't recommend this book. The "hero" (not) is a complete ass. He treats the heroine horribly and she still throws herself at him. He lies to her, humiliates her and sues her, not to mention is rude beyond belief and she just takes it and all is forgiven within seconds. She should've kicked this guy to the curb! And the ending was so abrupt, I had to backtrack to see if I missed a chapter. Don't bother with this one.

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