• Life of Lies

  • By: Sharon Sala
  • Narrated by: Emma Wilder
  • Length: 9 hrs and 33 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (93 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Fame, fortune...and a fatal obsession

Sahara Travis is used to being worshipped by adoring fans, but now someone is fixated on her in a dangerous way. After multiple attempts on her life, she reluctantly agrees to hire a security specialist for her protection, though the last thing she wants is some burly bodyguard invading her personal space.

Former army ranger Brendan McQueen's job is to keep the starlet safe and track down her would-be assassin. But when Sahara receives news that her estranged mother has been murdered and her father, the top suspect, is missing, Brendan quickly realizes this is much more serious than your average celebrity stalker.

With Brendan and her devoted assistant, Lucy, in tow, Sahara returns to her family estate in New Orleans to uncover the identity of her attempted killer before he can close in on his final target.

©2017 Sharon Sala (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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Decent read

Overall the story of Sahara and Brenden was a decent way to spend the time driving home from work each day. I just didn't enjoy it the way I had previous Sharon Sala books.
I will say that a couple of the attempts on her life had me rolling my eyes and pursing my lips. Plus, the climax of the story felt rushed and...less than.
The big reveal was a surprise but I wasn't invested enough in the characters to care more than a quick, "Oh. That's different."
Like I said, I have enjoyed other Sharon Sala books much more than this one. This one was just lacking to me. Maybe it was the setting or the staid existence or Sahara's whining.
SHEESH! The whining! Maybe it was all of the above.
Oh well. Onward and upward.
I"ll find a different Sala book. Hopefully, it'll be more engaging.

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Wonderful

Great book amazing story ,I listen to the audio hook and was very impressed with the person reading the story she is very good

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Great book!

Held my attention from the beginning. Surprise ending that I didn’t see coming. Excellent read.

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Loved it!!

This story truly held my interest throughout the book. Narration was good. Great surprise ending.

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Geography problem

I really enjoyed this book, but Beale Street is in Memphis, Bourbon Street is in New Orleans.

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Hooked from 1st chapter

Narrator has a lovely reading voice. Characters have good depth, keeps you guessing who is the bad guy...