Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Review ~ Some Girls Lie (Outback Heat, #4) by Amy Andrews

Some Girls Lie (Outback Heat, #4)ebook downloaded for free via Amazon.

Release Date: November 10th 2015

Publisher: Tule Publishing

Local pub owner Jemima Jane Ericson is living a lie. She’s been in love with her best friend Ethan since forever. But he fell in love with another woman, married her, and despite their tempestuous relationship and decade old divorce, JJ knows Ethan’s heart is still down for the count. And friendship is better than nothing, right?

Single dad and Jumbuck Springs chief of police, Ethan Weston, hits the pub the night his ex-wife remarries and announces she wants custody of their daughter. When he wakes the next morning to find himself in JJ’s bed he’s mortified that they’d crossed a line they should never have crossed. Until JJ’s abusive ex, Shane, shows up at her door and Ethan claims he and JJ are engaged to protect her.

Both are stunned by the unravelling of their normally sane lives but suddenly it makes sense – JJ gets a deterrent and Ethan gets the respectability of a wife for any custody claims. But when JJ’s life is threatened, Ethan is forced to confront feelings that may just run much deeper than convenience…

My Opinion

I didn't really know what to expect from this author. I found Some Girls Lie through a free search on Amazon. The blurb sounded like it was for me, so I thought I'd take a chance on it.

Anyway, I didn't expect to read this book so quickly. I found it to be an engaging story that kept me turning the page rapidly. I enjoy the fake fiancée trope and Ethan was a great guy in this book. I enjoyed watching the passion grow between him and JJ. I believed in their friendship and later on their relationship.

My only minor quibble is the ending was slightly abrupt. I was enjoying the book and thought there could have been a few more chapters. The ending seemed to unfold too quickly and easily for my tastes. It gives the resolution you want though. 

Overall, I did really enjoy it. I'd definitely recommend it.


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