Saturday, May 21, 2022

The Lies I Tell

Meg’s target is a man she has patiently waited for the last ten years. She was just a girl when she and her terminally ill mother Rosie lost their home, their stability and life as they knew it. All because of one man, Ron Ashton. Alone in the world Meg became a chameleon changing her personality, skills and her name as the situation required. Like the Robin Hood of emotional trauma, Meg focuses on men who have ruined the lives of women by taking all of their power away. Narcissistic, often good looking, successful men who believe they are above the law. Kat Roberts has also been biding her time. As a young journalist in Los Angeles she received a tip on a hot new story her boss was covering. Unfortunately, following up on this lead alone and inexperienced Kat was physically and emotionally traumatized leaving her life in shambles from which she has never truly recovered. Supporting her detective boyfriend Scott in gamblers anonymous, Kat finds herself at a crossroads. She has discovered that Meg is back in town. She is posing as a realtor, licensed and with a surprisingly authentic web site. Kat is determined to befriend Meg, infiltrate her latest con and put her sorely missed journalistic skills back to work. The two women quietly remain optimistic that justice will be served and are often reminded that the teacher is sometimes the student. Extremely fast paced suspenseful domestic thriller. Author Julie Clark has done it again with this absolute perfect beach read. Bring lots of lotion because you will not be able to put this one down. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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