Things Liars Hide (#ThreeLittleLies #2) by Sara Ney
Series: #ThreeLittleLies #2
Published by Self-Published on November 16th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Romantic Comedy
Authors Note: This novella, along with all others in this series, is a standalone with no cliffhanger. You're welcome.
Secrets, secrets, everybody has them…
Tabitha Thompson is many things, but a liar isn’t one of them. Unless you count the sexy secret she’s spent a year hiding from everyone: her friends, her family. The secret she never counted on anyone discovering…
One chance encounter. One clumsy mistake. One sexy discovery.
Now, only Collin Keller stands in the way of her secret—and everyone else. And he just may be the one who ruins it all…
Tabitha Thompson, you secretive little sneak.
This novella is intended for those 17+ and older: Contains foul language, cursing, and sexual content. PLEASE NOTE: This book is told through alternating POV and social media content in the form of Texts, Emails and Book within a Book....
Things Liars Hide is the second standalone novella in the Three Little Lies series by Sara Ney, and it’s another light and enjoyable read.
Tabitha is hiding a big secret. I won’t give it away but it involves a subject that, as a reader, I’ve often wondered about. It’s my curiosity that kept me interested in the story.
Collin is a real douchenozzle in the beginning. He uses every opportunity to poke fun at Tabitha and push her buttons, all the while wanting to date her. He’s both lively and obnoxious—a bit like a young schoolboy who pulls a girl’s ponytails if he has a crush on her. It’s really immature and he curses like it’s his job. However, Collin redeems himself in my eyes with his supportive nature and persistent charm. Tabitha also has a tendency to sulk and act childishly. I think I would have rated this entertaining book higher if not for her behavior.
The author tries to incorporate a little forbidden romance aspect, but I wasn’t sold. The strong love/hate attraction that Tabitha feels towards Collin is more than enough without adding more conflict. A couple of important conversations are of the fade to black variety and I wanted more in depth resolutions, but I was pleasantly surprised by the plot development—particularly for a novella.
This story is unique, sexy, and just plain fun.
Recommended for fans of:
Sexy baseball caps?
**ARC received in exchange for an honest review.**