Learning The Lies

Learning The Lies


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Fourteen hundred miles has separated Bailey Jones, from a tragic heartache. After her first love ends their relationship, Bailey continues forward with her decision to move with her Aunt in Maine. Adjusting to a new home, job, and friends was supposed to be simple but love interests have come knocking on her door.
The question is can either of them be trusted? Each of them is harboring secrets but once exposed, will it send Bailey running or will it be her salvation? Amongst the chaos of her love life, a unexpected appearance comes back into her life and could possibly change everything.
Bailey is 'Learning the Lies' but which will she accept?(

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ISBN-13: 9781494746926
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/29/2014
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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Learning The Lies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Donna-Reynolds More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it was the first time I read this author and wont be the last, I could not put it down I can't wait to start the next book.
Crystalc23 More than 1 year ago
This book is such an amazing story I fell in love with all the characters Bailey especially and the heartbreak she endures but how strong it all makes her along with the other characters in this book. Learning the Lies is such a great book D Love has done it again made me laugh, cry and love her writing even more. Moving from what is familiar to a whole different place makes things even harder. I love the fact that she has a character with heart and a caring nature as in Sheila. I recommend this book to all readers. Thanks Derinda for such an amazing book as always.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Learning the Lies by D. Love Rating. 5***** This book was provided by the author in exchange for honest literary review. When Bailey found her world crashing down after, her obly saving grace was knowing she would be leaving. Being pusged away from a mom who refused to show love and rejected by the love of her life was almost to much to bear. Yes, sometimes you have go start over to go forward. What you have to really love about this author is the way she provides a deep connection between the reader and the characters. Literally you can feel Bailey's sense of heartbreak, her joy, even her anger. It makescthis story feel like it happened to a friend not a fictional character. The story itself is well written with great flow and pacing. I truly loved all if it. I understand this is to be a series. I sure wish the next one would hurry cause the ending had me speechless. Hard to believe that this is only this author's second novel EVER.....simply amazing. A definite recommended read and one you will read ocer and over again Michelle mcqueen
Tina_Donnelly More than 1 year ago
I was drawn in from the very first page. I instantly fell in love with the main character Bailey. She has had a difficult life but doesn't let that stand in her way of making a new start. She moves to Maine to work for her aunt and meets Steven and Nora. Both live there and work for Bailey's aunt Sheila.  Sheila is one of my favorite characters in this book. She takes in kids who appear broken and love them like her own. What a beautiful concept. This quote sums her up the best. "That is one thing I admire about Sheila, she is always willing to take on the next forgotten child, without making them feel as if they are any less of a person." What I love most about D. Love's books are the characters. You feel connected with them and you feel their pain. She knows how to tell a story with such love and tenderness that you can't help but be pulled in. I truly felt so many emotions when I met each of the characters. I found myself wanting each of them to have a HEA. One thing I will warn you about, I did not want he book to end. When it did, I couldn't believe she left me hanging like she did! (I need to know what happens.)  This story is full of emotion, suspense and a few surprises. Loveable characters and a great storyline. A 5 star book by a 5 star author. One of my favorite quotes from Learning the Lies. "Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it's better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together."
cookieblaz More than 1 year ago
Fanfreakingtastic!!! This was "wow" what a read. Im pretty sure Derinda Love knows what shes doing. Holly hell, what a great read. I'm seriously in need of the next book. I need to know what happens. In the blink of an eye, what you always thought was, ended up not being. 
SusanGriscom More than 1 year ago
I am so honored to have been given the opportunity to beta read this book by D. Love. She really knows how to pull on my heartstrings.  I loved Derinda’s first book, Today Only, and let me tell you Learning The Lies is just as good. It won’t make you cry like the first one, but it has a wonderful message. Those awesome messages that only Derinda can deliver. You can’t help but fall in love with D. Love’s story telling. This is a wonderful coming of age story about a ordinary young girl, wanting so much to belong and make a new start in her life. Annnd if a new heartthrob happens to cross her path, so much the better.  There are so many twists, turns, and secrets in this book, you will be amazed and you would never guess them. Well, maybe one, but not until you close to the ending, which is fine, because by then, all you want is for everything to work out. Oh, yeah, I absolutely love the cover. This is a great pick up your spirits book and I highly recommend it to everyone who likes sweet romance. 
InterpretergalMW More than 1 year ago
I read Learning the Lies by D. Love. I recommend this book! This book tells different perspectives from some of the main characters. I love this writing style. It starts with a girl named Bailey who has a difficult past, and she wants a different future. Being hurt emotionally is a mainstay in her life, but she wants it to change. She is a "warrior". :) She has decided to leave her hometown in Indiana and go live with her Aunt and Uncle in Maine. What are the lies you ask?? They are revealed to Bailey slowly, but she is not the only one being lied to. This book has things that I didn't see coming; I love how this story unfolds! Can't wait for book #2 in this trilogy!