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Lying Eyes and Alibis

4.67  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Dark secrets and whites lies. Everyone has them, especially Janelle Hart. After walking away from organized crime, she starts a new life with her daughter and cat in the quiet mountain town of Spring Rock, Colorado. JC claims her ex is dead, but fears he'll appear any moment. She has another problem: her online friend, Josh, has moved to the same town. She knows her new ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Whiskey Creek Press (first published 2008)
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Linda
Oct 19, 2011 Linda rated it it was amazing
Janelle Hart Was Tired Of Her Boyfriend's Lying, Cheating On Her, And Using Her As His Personal Punching Bag; It Was Bad Enough That Dominic Mecellini Was One Of The Falcons, An Infamous, Rogue, And Truest Form Of Organized Crime Of Motorcycle Gangs And She Hated Him With Every Fiber Of Her Being. She Knew That She Finally Had Her Chance To Leave Albany, New York And She Hustled Her Daughter, Shelby, And Their Cat "Fink" Into Her Newly Purchased Jeep Thanks To Dom's Lotto Ticket And Headed ...more
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Actually I would give it 3 and 1/2 stars because the "lying" going on between H and h has been dragged too much. Also, I'm not sure about the h: sometime she's all kick-ass and some other she's too girl nex door. The best part of the book was the last few chapters.
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Part of me always knew I was supposed to be a writer. The fact that I was always writing stories and driving my grandmother crazy was a good indication. Of course there was also that whole incident in the 8th grade where I almost failed due to, “writing the perfect movie”. It's still a goal and thankfully, I ended up passing the 8th grade.

My true passion in life is my writing. Corrupted as a child
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