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Oh, what a tangled web....
Kelsey Cameron has spent the past four years thinking about a man she saw for only a minute. But it was a good minute. Huck Beck is getting a second chance at fulfilling a dream. And he won't do anything to mess that up. Even if every time he looks at Kelsey he desperately wants to do just that. Forced to pretend to be a married couple, Kelsey and Huck have to lie to Huck's family and friends. But in the end, are they really just lying to themselves?
Is the possibility of finding love...worth the lies?
This book contains a few fairly graphic love scenes, and the F-bomb is detonated. If it was a movie, it would be rated R.
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Worth the Lies
Ahh, ok now this book is more along the lines of how I remembered the first books being. No drama, a well rounded story, and chemistry. Huck is the last brother to find a woman but what he didn’t expect was how fast he was going to fall for her or how he was going to have to lie to his whole family.
I loved the deception in this book it made for an interesting story. I kinda loved that she was so strong, maybe that is what I remember best about the first two books in this series was how strong the female leads were and I kinda missed that in the books that followed.
I won’t be continuing with this series. It just never got there for me. The narration is ok, she does a fine job.
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I haven’t read or listened to any other books in this series, or by this author. This is the first for me and I really loved it! Great characters, story lines, all of it.
I had no expectations and a very glad my romance package had this book in the line up.
Steamy hot, very hot, love scenes.
- L Skinny
could not stop reading
I so enjoyed the book, story and narrator! I love hearing UP, never any books of that area.