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A-Z Wednesday – Lie to Me by Starr Ambrose

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Note: I scheduled this entry in advance so that it posts at 8:00 AM. I’ll be late getting the link posted on the host’s blog.

A-ZWEDNESDAY The meme is hosted by Reading at the Beach.

The rules are very simple: spotlight a book that begins with the featured letter. Include the book cover, title and author, a synopsis, and link(s) to retailer(s). If it’s a book you’ve already reviewed, link to the review. Return to Reading at the Beach and leave a link in the comments.

This week’s letter is: L

This week pick: Lie to Me by Starr Ambrose

From the back: Devastatingly handsome Jack Payton, the black sheep of his well-bred family, isn’t exactly marriage material, but for a fake fiancé, he’ll do just fine. Not that Eleanor Coggins has a choice. If she’s going to prove that Jack’s wealthy half brother Banner Westfield murdered her best friend, she needs total access to the family estate. Once Jack and Eleanor blow Banner’s cover, they can go their separate ways…or so she thinks. In order to win custody of his twelve-year-old daughter, Jack seriously needs to improve his reputation. An engagement should do the trick, but with Eleanor’s vivacious wit and irresistible curves, it’s the pretend part that’s getting harder. With a little help from an ex-con turned home security expert, a police chief with a scandalous secret, and an unexpected visitor, they must expose Banner’s dangerous tricks before they become his victims. But can Jack convince Eleanor to turn their own seductive little lie into the truth?

Lie to Me

Lie to Me

Comment: Last week, I tanked my blog and lost posts dated late May all the way up to last week’s A-Z Wednesday. Thanks to subscribing to my own posts/comments, I’m able to “copy and paste” everything. It will take a while, but I get there eventually. I also making daily backups.

I picked Lie to Me this week because it is a book I read recently and it is one of the “victims” of my data loss. It’s one of the non-romantic suspense contemporaries I’ve read this year and I really loved it. Go here to read more.

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A-Z Wednesday – Lie to Me by Starr Ambrose — 12 Comments

  1. So sorry to hear you lost much of your blog. I think we all need to consider doing what you are so we can have a backup.

    Great choice for “L”

    Thanks for playing!

    • It was my own fault. I had promised myself that I would do a export file before updating WordPress. I didn’t.

      I definitely recommend subscribing to your own blog/comments feeds, just in case. Obviously, backing up the files is much more preferable.

    • The re-posting is coming along nicely. The down side is the fact that it’s keeping me away from reading.

      The book was pretty good. 🙂

      Thank you for the award. I’ll stop by. Later. I want to get one or two more re-posts up. 🙂

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