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Perfect Lie - Teresa Mummert
Perfect Lie
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How far would you go to fit in?Delilah (Lie) didn't fit in at high school.She was an outcast and had fallen for the only boy who didn't treat her like she was nothing. Her entire world crashed down around her when Brock made a choice that would cause her to never trust again. College is her... show more
How far would you go to fit in?Delilah (Lie) didn't fit in at high school.She was an outcast and had fallen for the only boy who didn't treat her like she was nothing. Her entire world crashed down around her when Brock made a choice that would cause her to never trust again. College is her chance to spread her wings and become the person she always wanted to be and to leave her past behind her.Her world is flipped upside down when she meets Abel, a quiet surfer from California. Unfortunately, she will have to face her past if she ever hopes to have a future with him.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781491291696 (1491291699)
ASIN: B00EEDNYV6
Pages no: 226
Edition language: English
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bookyloo
bookyloo rated it
3.5 Great until the twist was given the Cliff Notes treatment
There are a lot of things I enjoyed about this book and one big thing I found lacking. I'm having a hard time rating this one because I was ready to mark it high until I got to the very end. Let's start with a few of the good things. I thought the flashbacks were done well. They popped up at appro...
Cocktails and Books
Cocktails and Books rated it
4.0 Perfect Lie
This book was strange for me. Without saying too much I have to say I'm still not quite sure what was going on in this book. The story was different and well written. Lie is a sarcastic girl. Abel was a bit vague but likeable. It's a darkish story. Not bubbly and happy even though there is a strange...
Katiebabs Library of Books
Katiebabs Library of Books rated it
1.5 Review: Perfect Lie
This story and the characters grated on my nerves. The heroine (nicknamed Lie) is the type you want to smack because she can't get over the horrible life she has been dealt. She's the product of rape, and because of that she is a consent mess. I don't know how she gets into college, which isn't real...
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