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A Kiss Doesn't Lie

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  136 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Jodi Grant had plans—a job interview that held promise and a date with a real woman who didn’t only exist in her mind. What she had not planned on was a trip…at gunpoint when her father dropped a bombshell in her lap…at his own funeral.

Dr. Blair Whittington went to Peru in search of ancient artifacts. What she discovered was the illegal antiquities trade in which she had
Kindle Edition, 206 pages
Published February 28th 2012 by Intaglio
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Robin Alexander continuously impresses me with her writing. She has a variety of lesfic romance novels, many that i've read and loved, and all are very different. Humorous, sweet, hot, adventure, physical trauma, mystery.... This book was an adventure novel, and didn't disappoint. The awesome thing about her novels, is that the romance plot is always good enough to stand on it's own without much of a plot (which many romance novels do). And the plot is good enough to stand on it's own without a ...more
It felt unfinished and not polished at all. I enjoyed the story but was annoyed at the rushed moments and skimmed details.
Rashika Deo
love your work that I have read. adventure is not my normal read. but this one sucked me on and kept me reading
Overall, it was a lovely adventure story. It took a while to get to the romance portion, however, the adventure made up for the wait. Once the romance actually commenced, it seemed like the adventure side kind of went on the back-burner. The author struggled to maintain that balance. Furthermore, it began to become a bit cheesy after the romance started. All in all, fairly good story for an e-read.
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Born in 1965, Robin Alexander grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she still resides. An avid reader of Lesbian fiction, Robin decided to take the leap and try her hand at writing. It didn't take long for her favorite hobby to become a full-time author. With nearly a dozen titles in print with Intaglio Public
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