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Review: Tell Me A Lie by Bianca Sloane

Review: Tell Me A Lie by Bianca Sloane

Biance Sloane sure knows how to make a page turn. Tell Me a Lie, is the sequel to Live to Tell. My only regret is that I hadn’t read the previous one before this because I would’ve love to get the other side of the situation. This can definitely be read as a standalone, but for true entertainment, I’d recommend reading the first one to get your reading experience fulfilled.

Meet Jillian Morgan. This woman was just another level of crazy. Well, let me rephrase that. I’m sure many women who get put in this situation are driven to this point of madness but I’m going to say she had a little kray in her before. I’m not sure if I loved her or hated her but she sure made the book interesting. You know that old cliche, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”, her picture is definitely under that description.

That tag lie perfectly sums up the plot of the book. How far would you go to protect your secrets.The book opens up with her husband being shot but as the plot unravels itself, it becomes a question of was it an accident or just murder. The secrets involved in what led up to and why find themselves coming back to haunt her. There are some curveballs that get thrown in the mix of this saga that of course Biance does so well to keep you guessing and makes you not want to put the book down. If you have read her books yet, jump in with this series to get a taste of how fun her suspense books are. Like I said this would be ok to read as a standalone but I think it would be more exciting grabbing book one first to get the overall impact of the plot twist.

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