Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Review for Why Lie by Carey Heywood

People here think they know me. They assume things about me because of the way I dress and my tattoos. 

I am so much more. 

I thought you saw that. So, I let you in. You made it easy to fall for you. Turns out I was the only one falling. 

I hope you're happy. 
No, that's a lie and you're better than I am at telling those

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My  5 Star Review 

This book was amazing and I loved every word.

Sydney is a young lady who I get. I really enjoyed her character. She is sweet and feisty all in the same breath.

Heath is a man that most women to dream about. He is gentle and very loving and he shows it over and over again.

Now....again I love this book and I love the title because it fits perfectly with this story.

Heath and Sydney have been friend friends if you know what I mean and then she hears the worst gossip in the world.

Everything she knew is now destroyed. Every word out of his lying mouth means nothing.

Then the truth comes out and Heath fights like heck to try and right his wrongs.

I know you are sitting there thinking what she is talking about. Well go out and get this book and then you will get it all.

Why Lie is more than just a book to me. Why Lie is now my new motto in life. We all think that lying to spare someone's feelings is the right thing to do but it really is the complete opposite. Then that small lie blows up in our face and we end up hurting the ones that we never wanted to hurt.

So Why Lie!

About the Author:

New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author. She was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. Supporting her all the way are her husband, three sometimes-adorable children, a mischievous black cat, and their nine-pound attack Yorkie.


Love Riddles

Why Now?
Why Lie?

Him and Her Series:

Sawyer Says
Being Neighborly (a novella)

Carolina Days:

The Other Side of Someday
Yesterday's Half Truths
Chasing Daylight

Standalone novels:

A Bridge of Her Own
Stages of Grace

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