Fat Cat Liar

Fat Cat Liar

by Ahren Sanders

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The night I met Greer Palmer was no coincidence.
The plan was perfect.
Everything was in place. All I had to do was get her attention and the rest would take its course.
What I didn't plan was my reaction the first time she spoke.

"Are you okay?"

Three little words...
That's all it took for her to steal my breath and shatter every thing I'd expected.
She was supposed to be a spoiled socialite, a pampered princess, an elite heiress-- anything other than the striking beauty that blew my misconceptions to pieces.

One kiss and I became obsessed.
One night and I became addicted.
One month and she became my world.
Suddenly, my plan wasn't so perfect.

To her, I am sunset kisses, whispers of seduction, and promises of forever.

It's all a lie...

I'm Lawson Hall.
My name and reputation speaks for itself as one of the most successful architects in the industry. Conceited, arrogant, egotistical, ruthless-- I've earned it all.
In reality, I've bided my time, done my job, and waited my turn.
Now is my chance.

Greer thinks we met by accident, but she's wrong.
Once the lies are exposed, will the truth be enough?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162160922
Publisher: Ahren Sanders
Publication date: 05/21/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 282,126
File size: 3 MB

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Fat Cat Liar 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
bbarneybooks28 More than 1 year ago
When I first started reading Ahren Sanders’ Fat Cat Liar, I didn’t quite know what to expect. I had never heard of the ‘fat cat’ expression before, but once Sanders provided me with the term’s definition, it clearly depicted who her hero, Lawson Hall, was and based on his less than gentlemanly reasons for befriending Greer Palmer and his inability to fess up to the depth of his deceit, the last word in the title fell into place, projecting a less than stellar opinion of Lawson, which could definitely sway readers and characters alike to refuse to see past his betrayal despite the truth of his feelings for Greer. Ahren Sanders made it perfectly clear, early on, that Lawson’s stereotypical view of Greer’s ‘spoiled princess’ lifestyle was completely inaccurate, and while it was those misconceptions that allowed him to use her as a means to an end when it came to a business deal, the fact that Lawson kept up the ruse as long as he did even while growing to care for Greer in genuine ways will definitely not sit well with those who love Greer, both her family and friends as well as readers who immediately recognized the amazing and beautiful woman Greer is, inside and out. Through much of the story, I questioned Lawson’s outward behavior versus his internal conflict. I needed to understand why he continued to, in a way, ‘play’ Greer even though Sanders illustrated how quickly his mind changes after his first few interactions with her. I definitely think this might be a point of contention for some readers when it comes to accepting Lawson as a book boyfriend, but I do feel that Sanders proves just how much Greer changes Lawson through his actions, which means that even if he keeps the truth hidden until it’s no longer an option, he does show how much Greer means to him despite their relationship being built on lies and deception, and if readers can reserve judgment until Lawson demonstrates his remorse, his heartache, and his transformation due to Greer’s influence then they’ll be able to believe that Greer becomes his ultimate end game despite its original intent. The fact that Greer Palmer is an heiress to a billion dollar company is so far removed from who she truly is, so it makes sense that she keeps that information close to the vest and only has an inner circle of friends who know her full story. Greer is an amazing heroine - one who is her own person with her own goals despite the type of woman she could be due to her father’s success. Greer is the antithesis to every stereotypical attribute for a woman who comes from money, and while, at times, she appears to be too good to be true, Sanders develops her character in a way that leaves no argument about exactly who and what matters most to her, and when Lawson’s lies are revealed, she makes him work for EVERYTHING, which proves how strong of a woman Greer is because even when her heart is breaking, she endures…she fights for herself and doesn’t give in even when she wants to despite all of the pain that Lawson put her through because when it comes down to it, she sees how much he’s changed and realizes that the risk just might be worth it.
NadineBookaholic More than 1 year ago
This was such a fun read, the blurb sets the story up for you but it doesn't give much away because even though Greer and Lawson met under dishonest ways their attraction and chemistry was pure and honest. Lawson left a lot to be desired for at the beginning, I am not a fan of liars - like at all - and although he set out to get some information from Greer to help him further his career he soon realized she wasn't the spoiled princess he had expected her to be. Greer is a pure heart, the type of person to give you the shirt off their back, and she would do anything for those she cared for. Once Lawson figured this out, which was rather quickly, he began to fall without even knowing it. When lies are finally exposed there isn't a quick chapter of them working through it in order to get their HEA, nope Lawson had to work for it and work for it and work for it....Thank you for that Ahren! I LOVED that Greer wasn't so forgiving because honestly if someone lied to you at the magnitude that Lawson had I don't think you'd be so quick to forgive him and I know I wouldn't be. I loved that Ahren Sanders wrote secondary characters that were so appealing, I am actually hoping that she's planing to continue writing about the Nerd Herd. The way I picture them is as the cast of Friends only with brains that would rival Einstein, Newton, Curie, and da Vinci. This book had me on a rollercoaster with my emotions and it was one hell of a ride. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a contemporary romance with a some angst, a lot of sexy times, and a great story line. Happy Reading! **I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book**
Red_Hatter More than 1 year ago
Fat Cat Liar is a perfect example of why Ahren Sanders is one of my favorite authors. Her beautiful writing paired with a story that grips you from the very start creates a magical combination that kept me glued to this book for hours. I stayed up late into the night unable to put this book down because I absolutely HAD to know what was going to happen next! I got not one thing done while reading this and I regret nothing. Greer and Lawson’s story is just that addictive. From romance so sweet it brings a tear to your eye to secrets that have you on edge with anticipation wondering what is going to happen, Fat Cat Liar has it all! Lawson seems like your typical arrogant and uncaring man. Hell bent on proving himself his take no prisoners attitude is thrown for a loop when Greer comes into the picture. With kindness that radiates from her, Greer is nothing he expected when he worked his way into her life. These two have an instant attraction that runs much deeper than just lust and the heart meltingly sweet love that blooms between them is pure beauty. Betrayal, heartbreak, forgiveness, family, friends, and soul deep love all come together is this unputdownable story.
Rhondaz More than 1 year ago
5 STARS FOR FAT CAT LIAR!! This story was captivating, it grabbed my attention from the first page. The story had all the feels and the deceit was phenomenal, it keeps you invested. Greer and Lawson have a fantastic story to tell you and you need to hear it. Ahren Sanders is a beautiful storyteller that hooks you into her story land. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.