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Wicked Lies Boys Tell

By: K Webster
Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (119 ratings)

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I’m in love with my best friend. 

Lie. 

I’m in love with my enemy. 

Truth. 

But they’re the same. 

They. Are. The. Same. 

Lines in my world are blurry between fantasy and reality. Truth and lies. Love and hate. 

Copeland Justice is my enemy. My once best friend. The sadist in my heart plucking and pulling at every thread of who I am until I’m unraveled at his feet. 

His mouth says he hates me. His eyes burn with animosity for me. His heart beats for someone else. 

But Copeland Justice is the best liar of us all.

©2019 K Webster (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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✫✫ 4.5 Stars ✫✫

While this wasn't what I expected at all from K. Webster, I still loved it. I guess when I see this author I expect dark & twisty and the title suggests that too but really this book isn't that at all. This is more a Contemporary Romance LGBT New Adult'ish book.

I love MM, I love Friends to Lovers & I love K. Webster's writing style so this book was 100% right up my alley. Penn & Cope made me fall in love. Even though its a bit rocky in the beginning, their Love story is so sweet & HOT!! I loved that they grew so much in this book and that once they both knew how they felt, it was them against the world. The ending was beautiful, the perfect kind of HEA.

The narration was PERFECTION as always with Jacob & Teddy working together. These two are both amazing narrator and together they truly are an awesome team.

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Hamilton and Morgan together again!

The best thing about this book is the narration. Teddy Hamilton and Jacob Morgan are the best in the business and it shows as you listen to this book. Pitch perfect, both of them.

This is an MM love story set in high school. Two former best friends had a falling out years earlier, but events force them into proximity and they patch things up. As they get close again, deeper feelings happen and they spend most of the book dealing with the confusion one of them experiences because of those feelings. Both boys are smart and likable, if a little testosterone-impaired. They are both fairly realistic characters, and I wanted them to be happy. I liked their part of the story, and luckily that's the majority of the book.

Most of the rest of the characters are pretty much caricatures, especially the boy's two fathers. They are controlling and just plain cruel, and the one dad in particular is basically a psychopath. They were written in a heavy-handed way and I found them to be unbelievable, quite frankly. The one dad sets up a situation in order to force his son to conform to his will, but it's a really bizarre and unrealistic thing for any parent to do to their kid, even if they hate the kid. So, much credibility is lost in that plot thread.

The mothers barely appear in the story, and both are portrayed as weak and passive. There is another female character who is a classic bitch, but she's mostly so full of histrionics it's hard to take her seriously, either. Nearly everyone except a female friend of the two boys are so over the top that they were essentially jokes.

To sum up: FABULOUS narration, likable MCs, enjoyable romance, and utterly ridiculous secondary characters and plot devices. if you can overlook the latter, you might find that the former is worth the listen.

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The most lies we will ever tell in our lives...

... will be to ourselves. – Carla H. Krueger

Wicked Lies Boys Tell by K Webster is a Standalone, GFY (gay for you), Angsty , Slow Burn, MM, New Adult, Friends-to Enemies-to Lovers Romance , about two 18 years old in their last year of HS.

A fast paced , emotional , coming of age , drama filled and smutty love story self discovery and self acceptance. About family the one you born to and the one you make. And about love, friendship and being true to oneself.

Penn and Copeland , the MC, have been best friends since they were toddlers until they weren't. And for two years now, they been trying to exist with the loneliness , emptiness , the apathy and the lies of not being in each other lives.

So , when an act of chivalry, a drunken fist fight , a broken hand and a makeout session , with someone else in a movie theater bathroom brings the two ex best friends, back together , opening their eyes to their truth. Penn and Cope will do and say everything to be together.

Did I mention this audio is sultry? Well, just the UST - unresolved sexual tension- , the anticipation , the heated looks these two MC put the listener through is enough to burn a forest. And when, they finally, get together , watch out and have a fire extinguisher , nearby 😜 it gets hot AF 😍 You have been warned.

I'm utterly , irrevocably ; I am talking about - Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs -crazy about Penn and Cope the heroes of Wicked Lies Boys Tell and one of the top reason is because Teddy Hamilton and Jacob Morgan brought them to LIFE with their spectacular narration.

I enjoyed listening to this romantic , admittedly a bit OTT love story . For being Webster second or third MM book , I think she did good. I hope she continues writing in this genre.

Credit well spent .

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Best friends and more

Copeland and Penn were best friends since they were little. Inseparable even until Penn decided on more. Copeland got mad, then all hell broke lose.
This story was raw and gritty. It was so good with a lot of twists and turns.
I liked the story and the narration made you feel more a part of it.

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Incredible narrators!

These two are probably two of my favorite narrators and when you put them together in one book they are explosive. While I wasn't sure about this book in the beginning, both characters are in high school, I quickly forgot that issue and got caught up in their story. If you're unsure about this book I would highly recommend giving it a try.

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A Brilliant Performance. Utterly amazing!

4.5 Mind-Blowing Stars!!

Cope and Penn's story is utterly fantastic. Their connection growing up was very special, almost like brothers, until one awful night everything changed. Their journey is about the heartache, struggles, acceptance, lies, passion and much more.

My emotions were all over the place, and I found myself hooked right from the start. The storyline is beautifully well-written, and well-crafted. The characters are very compelling, believable, and so alive. There's nothing more delicious than a true enemies to lovers with all the feels, written by K Webster.

I don't want to give anything away so I won't spoil the story for you. Just know that Wicked Lies Boys Tell is a story worth reading.

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Teddy Hamilton and Jacob Morgan did an amazing job by bringing this story to life. They absolutely nailed it with their performance. It was BRILLIANT!! Both deserve a million stars!!

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Absolutely fantastic.

Such a great story. Loved it from beginning to end. The epilogue was perfect.

And oh my god... Teddy Hamilton and Jacob Morgan could read me the phonebook and I’d be happy. Their voices are phenomenal.

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Loved this book!

A wonderful book with the best narrators. Listen to it in one sitting and would love More.

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CoPenn!!

Great story! I loved the narrators, They did an awesome jobs as they always do! Need more Teddy and Jacob MM! Use your credit it’s worth it!

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I Flippin Loved it

Overall it was well written but I think Cope’s POV fell a little short. I know his acceptance was supposed to be gradual but I expected him to be more at war with himself, more self deprecating. But it didn’t ruin it for me. For the most part, I loved the book and I’m not so much into MM books- but I’m into Mr. Morgan and Teddy are you Ready Hamilton! Hahahahaha

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