Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Beautiful Liar by Glenna Maynard-Review

Sometimes life has a way of deciding things for you. Some call it fate.

When Darby Stuart left her high school sweetheart on bended knee three years ago, she never dreamed of seeing him again. The past three years have been rough, but she finally has her life on track. She has new job at the Masquerade Club,and a new man in her life Turner Mathews. 
When Brody Case was left on bended knee three years ago he never gave up on his love for Darby. The past three years without her have been hell. After a failed marriage and his career taking a downward spiral he knows he must find her again. 

When fate crosses their paths once more, will Brody still feel the same when he discovers the lie Darby fed him years ago? Will fate and lies rekindle what was? Or will Darby find a new life with Turner?

My Review
Darby made a tough decision when she was young that affected many lives. She did it out of her concern for Broady. When this decision is called into question, Darby's life gets very complicated. Beautiful Liar is Darby's story of how she tried to allow the love of her life to follow his dreams and how that plan backfired on her. Turner has been a great friend to Darby but he wants more. She isn't sure she is worthy. 

This story tore my heart out. I couldn't put it down and finished it in just a few hours. I think we all can relate to decisions we regret and how things could have been different, just like Darby does. She made some poor choices, but she always thought it was for the best for everyone. I really like Darby and I kept pulling for her. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from Glenna. 4 out of 5!

Author Bio
A mother by day and writer by night. When Glenna isn't writing or spending time with family you can usually find her curled up reading a great book. She has a passion for romance and paranormal reads.

Glenna was born and raised in the beautiful hills of Eastern Ky where she still resides today. Her hobbies include reading, writing, scrap-booking,and cooking.

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