I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Tell Me Lies by Michelle Lindo-Rice
Published by Brown Girls Faith on January 12, 2016
Pages: 277 pages
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A broken heart...When Sydney Richardson meets Pastor Noah Charleston it was practically love at first sight. Sydney has battled so much deception in her personal life and in her work as an attorney, she is glad to have a perfect man she can depend on. But her Prince Charming has some secrets that are worse than Sydney could have ever imagined. What will she do when Noah's past life come to light?
A broken truth… Pastor Noah Charleston has come a long way since his troubled youth. A respected Man-of-God, Noah’s long buried past emerges in the form of blackmail and threats. Noah not only fears for his safety but also for his newfound love. Will he take a chance on the truth before it’s too late?
A broken trust...Newly converted Christian, Belinda Santiago, harbors a secret that could end her friendship with Sydney. She’s in love with Lance Forbes, Sydney’s ex-fiancé. When Belinda and Lance’s relationship is exposed she may have to choose between her man and her best friend.
A broken man...Lance Forbes returns to Port Charlotte to make things right with Sydney, but his feelings for Belinda are in his way. Lance knows for him to become a do-right man, he must face his childhood pain. Will Lance get his act together and take a chance on love or run again?
It wasn’t love at first sight when Sidney met Noah. In fact, it was irritation at first sight, but neither of them could deny their attraction to each other. As they begin to know each other better – they are confronted with parts of their past that threaten to destroy their possibility for a future together.
Tell Me Lies stays true to its title because everyone in the book has told lies and/or are keeping secrets. Author Michelle Lindo-Rice does an exceptional job building up suspense and keeping readers engaged. The major theme of this book is Forgiveness. Forgiveness is something we all have to deal with at some point in our lives. I love how the author conveys that message without being too preachy.
One of the things I love about Author Lindo-Rice writing style is her ability to capture the true essence of her characters without them being over the top. The characters and the situations they encounter are relatable and always leaves reader ponder on ways they can better their lives. As an avid reader, that’s something I crave when I’m reading a book. I love when an author can make think of the characters long after I close the book, and this author continues to win me over with her books.
Reviewed by: Orsayor