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Book Review: Beautiful Liar





Beautiful Liar
by Tara Bond


Reliable
Nina Baxter has her life all mapped out. She wants to work hard, take care of her younger sister and not end up like her drunk of a mother. Most of all, she plans to stay away from bad influences.

Reckless
Alexander Noble doesn’t give a damn about anything or anyone. The heir to an unimaginable fortune, he’s never had to do a day’s work in his life, and devotes himself to pleasure and partying.

When opposites attract…
From their very first meeting, Nina knows Alex is bad news, and vows to stay away from him. But as their paths continue to cross, she can’t help being drawn to him – especially when he makes no secret of his interest in her.

Can they resist the pull?
For the first time ever, Nina is on the brink of following her heart. But can she believe Alex when he tells her to trust him? Or is he just another beautiful liar?

Liza's thoughts: I was asked to review this book through, She Reads New Adult. The synopsis intrigued me and I was drawn in from the beginning. As I read about Nina and her life, I was honestly waiting to hear she was going to become desperate and turn to prostitution or something to save her sister. Nina had been dealt a rough had as far as family went, but she was determined to hold her’s together, no matter what the cost. When an accident happens and her sister is placed in foster care, getting her back becomes her main focus.

Alex is a privileged young man who seems to have everything handed to him, but what is on the surface is not always as truthful as what lies beneath. When he meets Nina, she is the farthest thing he should be interested in. She is a feisty woman who does not allow him to have his way and he cannot seem to stay away. Soon Alex learns that he is not the only one who has secrets. Will their secrets tear them apart or push them together?

I enjoyed this book and not knowing who each of these characters would fall for or if they even stay friends. It is a journey that has its ups and downs. It keeps you interested and focused. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a little chaos in the reading and love that is not as predictable as some.

This book receives 4 and a half Southern Magnolias. Not recommended for under 18 due to adult humor and situations.







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