Title: Lie to Me
Author: Natasha Preston
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 23, 2018
At nineteen, Savannah Dean escaped her family, leaving behind a note and the people who caused her so much pain.
Now, she lives on her own and keeps to herself.
At nineteen, Kent Lawson’s girlfriend betrayed him, leaving him behind with a broken heart and a whole lot of mistrust in women.
Now, he lives on his own and shares himself with nearly every pretty thing that walks by but only for one night.
When Savannah and Kent meet, they can’t stand each other.
Kent knows she’s hiding something, and he despises liars.
And Savannah has nothing but secrets.
Lie to Me is an emotional, romance infused read.
When I finished reading Lie to Me, I was overwhelmed with the intensity of emotions that came at me from all sides. The spine of the novel might scream romance, but what good is a skeleton for if it is left uncovered and naked?
The author managed to perfectly show how emotional abuse could seriously fuck up anyone in a variety of ways. How it makes us shut down when it comes to little, yet specific things because they are that triggering, leaving us blind to the sensible reasons why someone would do that specific mistake.
It is like reading page 60 in a specific book that left you feeling angry, so every page 60 you through while reading other books make you so angry, disabling you to register any form of sensibility and compassion. Have you ever heard the phrase ” Same page, different book?” That basically it.
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author
UK native Natasha Preston grew up in small villages and towns. She discovered her love of writing when she stumbled across an amateur writing site and uploaded her first story and hasn’t looked back since.
She enjoys writing contemporary romance, gritty Young Adult thrillers and, of course, the occasional serial killer.