Tell Me No Lies

Tell Me No Lies

by Shirley Wine

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ISBN-13: 9781760370053
Publisher: Escape Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2016
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 185
Sales rank: 1,051,628
File size: 542 KB

About the Author

Shirley Wine is from a family of seven where oral storytelling was encouraged, a throwback to her family's Irish roots. Born into a farming family, Shirley has lived and worked on the land alongside her husband for many years, and a love of the land runs as deep as the blood in her veins so writing rural romance was a natural progression for this author. Shirley is no stranger to devastating personal tragedy, and these experiences are reflected in her often gritty stories about triumph over adversity. For many years, Shirley was a freelance writer with a regular 'Country Comment' column in a New Zealand national daily newspaper, and she has worked on local and regional newspapers. A long-time member of Romance Writers of New Zealand, Shirley is now retired and lives with her husband in a quiet rural Waikato town with one spoiled cat and two equally spoiled dogs. If you'd like to sign up for Shirley's author newsletter you can do so on her website:

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Tell Me No Lies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Tell Me No Lies,  Shirley Wine Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre: Women’s Fiction, Romance I love a story with some nasty characters in it, you know, the types that deliver an insult with a smile, who plot and plan while affecting a neutral position. That was delivered her in spades, via Davina, Keir/Seth’s fiancée and Muriel, Vitoria’s friend Logan’s mother and Kier’s step mother. Confused yet? Don’t worry, it does all make sense once you start reading ;-) I really enjoyed this novel, adored Victoria and Connor, her son,  and the problems she found herself in. The passion between her and Keir leapt off the page, from their first look at the family weekend social they just sizzled. Davina was the perfect person to hate, she was an ice queen type, regal, stunning but with very sharp claws and she used them! Backed up by Muriel who had her own nasty qualities, they made a perfect foil to Victoria, Piper, Logan and Kier. Its a story full of what if’s and should have’s, but of course hindsight is a wonderful thing. Victoria found herself in some real sticky moments, and half of me was thinking “ just go home, leave it all behind” because we can see it’s only going to get worse, but Shirley manages to make her reasons for staying feel genuine. I hate books where scenes like this are set but the course that’s needed for the plots to develop isn’t backed some by some realistic reason. Its a book full of surprises, some we can see coming, others creep up slowly but the big one at the end, the big reveal was a shock. I definitely didn’t see that one!! Piper and Logan, I feel there’s a story in the making there and if it does happen I’d love to read it. If you like some light-hearted fun, some fabulous b itch moments, some sizzling sensuality and an extended family full of secrets ( and lies!) brought together in the “big house” you need to try this book. Stars: five, a great fun read but a one off, not a keeper.   ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers for honest review