Review of The Lies I’ve Told by J.L. Berg

 

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***

4/4.5 Stars

To be completely honest I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about this book. Molly’s sister, Millie seemed self-absorbed and flighty from book #2, but oh how I was wrong! Millie kicks a$$! Yes she was totally into her fashion career and jet setting around the world. She was actually ready to take on the world with a promotion, making her way to the top of her industry…until she wasn’t.

Promotion gone and with her tail tucked between her legs, Millie takes up Molly’s offer to help run the inn while she figures out a whole new game plan. What Millie wasn’t expecting was artist and sculpture, Aiden Fisher.

Aiden to was more that ready to run from his own personal struggles and get away to the little island town to rebuild the sculpture that had been destroyed. Meeting each other at just the right time in their lives could be nothing more than fate.

I loved Millie more that I originally thought I could. Not to mention how HOT Aiden in with his sculpture’s body and artist broodiness. Great read, great love story, and of course great sexy time. (Review by Terri “Jane”)

****4 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****

I like my bestie/co-blogger, did not think I was going to like Millie, but my mind was blown by how much I was surprised by how much I liked her in this book. I think since this book was centered around her and not on her sister, we got to see why see was the way she was in the previous book. What makes her tick, and how thinks blow up in her face in this book. After hitting some professional lows, she has to tuck tail and run home to help her family out, running the inn, while her sister is on maternity leave.

In walks Aiden, who is coming to the inn on his own personal mission to run, and run fast from his life. The find something they are missing in each other, and they are able to confide what they haven’t been able to say to anyone else. This was a great story and one you should not miss.-Review by Catherine(Catty)

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