An Honest Lie
An Honest Lie is an on-the-edge-of-your-seat kind of book. Rainy has escaped a brutal past and finds herself with a wonderful boyfriend named Grant. They end up moving to the mountains where Grant grew up and Rainy is really trying to get along with all of the women in town who grew up with Grant. After Grant convinces Rainy to go on a girls’ trip to Las Vegas, Rainy finds herself wondering about the awful man, Taured, whose cult in the Nevada desert she narrowly escaped from so many years ago.
I found that this book really got under my skin. Being sucked into a cult and not being allowed to leave is one of the scariest things I can think of. Rainy finds herself in trouble when she decides to see what happened to the people in her past. The pace of this book was excellent and told in alternating chapters of past and present. The climax of the book happens in the last third of the book and carries on until the very end. The action is exciting and the characters are the perfect example of good versus evil. Fantastic from cover to cover.
|Page Count||336 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|