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The (Half) Truth

Length: 10 hrs and 41 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

From best-selling author Leddy Harper comes a sizzling romance about an aspiring young chef who may discover that the perfect recipe for love involves all accidental ingredients....

Tatum Alexander is so close to realizing her dream of becoming a sous chef she can taste it, but working at her ex-fiancé’s restaurant with his new girlfriend was never in her career plan. To save face and prove she’s moved on, Tatum cooks up a lie that she’s in a relationship with her best friend’s superhot cousin. There’s just one problem: Jason only recently moved to town, and he has no idea they’re already “dating.”

Jason’s a recovering ladies’ man who shouldn’t be on the menu, but that doesn’t mean he’s immune to Tatum’s quirky charm. Giving her lie a kernel of truth, they decide some no-strings-attached fun between the sheets can’t hurt. But as Tatum’s forced to keep making up stories to cover her original fib, she has a hard time separating what’s real and what’s fake - including her feelings for Jason.

With too many tales spun, Tatum can only watch in horror as her collection of yarns begins to unravel, leaving everyone she cares about feeling betrayed. After so many lies, will it be too late to set the record straight? And more importantly, will she be able to convince Jason there’s truth in their love?

©2019 Leddy Harper (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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The whole truth

The whole book is wonderful!!!!
The writing is excellent!!!!
The narration phenomenal!!!!
That's th whole truth

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4.5 LITTLE WHITE LIE

I love Leddy Harper's writing. She engages her readers in a way that makes time seem like a non-issue. You get entranced in the story that the world around you is put on pause. I enjoyed that the heroine was a bit clumsy and quirky. She wasn't your typical heroine and that made me enjoy it so much more. The narration made the H/h come to life and Kendall Taylor and Brian Pallino did a fantastic job. I would definitely recommend this to romance lovers that enjoys a nice HEA.

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Loved this

I absolutely loved this story. My face hurts from laughing. Tatum's character is so awkward and quirky and Jason is just the right person for her. I loved the sense of humor in this story. Jason's character could find the humor in life situations that a lot of people don't possess, plus he sounds totally sexy. Thumbs up to the author and the narrator's. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Immature

Good story. Very difficult read. Tatum was immature and too concerned with people's opinion. The performances we're good.

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when lies beget more lies...

6 mos ago, Sous chef, Tatum, was happy...she was engaged to the love of her life, had a great job and was celebrating her 25th birthday. Then her fiancé broke off their engagement, on her birthday no less, just before her family’s arrival! Now she’s trying to move on while dealing with her ex fiancé’s new gf...who’s working at the same restaurant...btw, the ex is also the owner of the restaurant. Then she makes up a relationship with her bf cousin...and the lies start spiraling out of control!
Jason, cousin of Tatum's best friend and roommate, has just moved back home to be close to his widowed mother. He’s also getting over a 5yr relationship and has a rule about no 2nd chances. Jason is attracted to Tatum and the pair enter into a secret fling. When Tatum’s lies spiral out of control and are exposed, will Jason forgive her and break his rule of no 2nd chances? Good story, just had to get past some of Tatum’s sophomoric antics.