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Circle of Lies

(Red Ridge Pack #2)

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  396 ratings  ·  43 reviews
Aiden Wright is trying to figure out who he really is, but the truth could cost him his true mate—or his life.

Life has always been easy for Aiden Wright. He’s smart, athletic, funny, and the ladies adore him. But when tragedy strikes, Aiden discovers the truth about who he really is and his whole world comes crashing down around him. Aiden thought that being a teenage were
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Published December 20th 2012 by Boroughs Publishing Group
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Jun 27, 2016 rated it liked it
****3 stars****

This was a different book from the werewolf books that I have read in the past and it's okay I guess, it wasn't a big wow and it wasn't too bad.
But I mean some parts were really damn cute...
I just don’t get you,” I blurted. “Are you really interested in me, or is this all just a game? Because I’m not into games.” There, I’d said it. I’d admitted that I thought he liked me and opened myself up for ridicule. Still, I felt a bit relieved.

Aiden stood there shell-shocked. “Rea
Kathy Martin
Jan 11, 2013 rated it really liked it
This sequel to PACK OF LIES focuses on Aiden but also includes the viewpoints of Teagan and Peter.

Aiden and his family have moved to Red Ridge, New Mexico where he learns that he, his sister, and his mother are werewolves. Even more than that, he learns that his father Paul who is human is not his biological father. Marcus, who is the alpha of the werewolf pack, is his biological father. This rocks Aiden's world by changing everything he had ever believed about himself. This cocky, beautiful, w
Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
I was given this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Circle of Lies by Sara Dailey and Staci Weber takes place right after Pack of Lies. The difference is we focus on different characters-- now we are in the heads of Aiden, Alli's brother, and Teagan, Alli's friend and likely Aiden's love interest. Teagan struggles with an alcoholic father and her burgeoning feelings for Aiden, who is part of the Beautiful, Untouchable crowd. Aiden, on the other hand, is struggling to even bec
When Aiden Wright moved with his family to New Mexico, everything changed. His sister ended up mated and his life almost ended. Having survived Aiden is dealing with his wound which is healing slow even for a shifter, but finding out his father is really head alpha Marcus and father to Cade has him reeling. He can’t seem to shake his anger, until he meets human Teagan Rhodes.

Teagan knows all about boys like Aiden and she has no plans to fall into this pattern again. Having separated herself from
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 stars - I loved it!!!!

Okay this is a YA Werewolf Romance, and the 2nd book in the series. I absolutely loved this book as much as the first. This book focuses on Aidan. Again, it is written in the perspective of 3 different people: Aidan, Teagan, and Peter. This book is packed with lies, intrigue, craziness, more family drama, high school drama, and young love. The authors do a fantastic job of pulling you into the Pack. The characters are like real high school students
Nova Zaiden

When I first heard that this was a werewolf book, I expected something really action packed, witty, courageous and something that described the bond of a pack. This book? Well... It didn't cut it for me.

See, I spend some of my time of wattpad reading their eBooks. I also have to say that some of the are werewolf and they're amazing. Amazing in the sense that they kept on on my feet and I couldn't put my iTouch down! Maybe it was just that one set of stories because this book was actually quite m
Laura | What's Hot?
Feb 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Circle of lies is pretty similar to Pack of lies, the first book, except this time the main focus is Aiden, Alli's brother. At the end of Circle of lies, We found out that Aiden is actually Marcus' son which just makes everything more complicated because Aiden's half sister, Alli, is mated to his (new) half brother, Cade. Talk about incestuous. Anyways, that's not really the focal point of this story. Circle of lies revolves around Aiden and the human girl, Teagan, who we saw a bit of in book on ...more
Mar 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I love that this book picked up exactly where the first book in the series left off without missing a beat. The authors also switched perspective while doing this. Not only did they switch perspectives between books but also within the book itself. They also managed to keep everything very clear. There was no confusion as to whose perspective was being portrayed within each chapter. I also appreciate the fact that, although while switching perspectives they may not necessarily jump forward in ti ...more
Originally posted at my blog: ReadingToTheStarsAndBack

Now, this book is the second in a series as you may have noticed, I haven’t read the first book, so I’m not familiar with the characters. That can be a good thing or a bad thing. If the author constantly refers to characters from the first book, then the reader won’t be able to get along with the story and be left wondering what went wrong.

You geddit?

I feel like this book didn’t overdo it, but it couldn’t have been a standalone book. I don’
The first thing I thought when I began reading CIRCLE OF LIES was that Teagan and Aidan are really suited for each other. They seem like the perfect match. They balance each other out. The second thing I thought was yikes, Peter is a nutshell. Way worse then Kendall.

Let's back up a bit. I'll give you the rundown on the book. It's from three different people's point of view: Teagan (she's human), Aidan (werewolf), and Peter (he's lost his marbles). Aidan meet's Taegan for the first time, and whad
Dec 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
Full Review on Brianna's Bookish Confessions.

We now follow Aidan– whom is Allison’s older brother. He is trying to figure out who he is and what he’s going to do with his life. Things start to get a little crazy after finding someone that makes him happy. He meets Teagan– who is Alison’s friend from school and immediately likes her.

Teagan hasn’t had the best of luck throughout her life. She has had many hard life decisions and is basically living on her own. Her dad is an alcoholic and her mom d
Mar 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Aiden Wright's life has taken a different turn. Recovering from an unexpected accident, he's still in the process of making sense of the events that have landed him where he is now. He knows that things aren't what they seem, and that his parent's have been keeping something from all along. Yet when the moment they reveal the secrets he needs to know arrives, he's not exactly prepared for what they have to say.

His family's move to New Mexico is supposed to be good for him. It should allow him to
Erin Maurer
Mar 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Circle of Lies is a delightful YA paranormal romance by Sara Daily and Staci Weber. The second in the Red Ridge Pack, Circle of Lies follows brand-new werewolf Adien Wright. Adien is having one heck of a time. In the past few weeks, he has found out his true identity, moved to New Mexico, been involved in a vicious right to save his sister and uncovered some major family secrets.

Now, unsuspecting Teagan Rhodes has wandered into his life. Teagan resists advances from Adien based upon his involve
Kirsty Bicknell
Previous to reading 'Circle of Lies I did read 'Pack of Lies' (also 5 wings!!!) because I am a bit OCD when it comes to reading a series of books!!! Although in the case of 'Circle of Lies reading #1 is not necessary I do feel that I had an introduction to the pack and the back ground to Red Ridge.

Last year I read several bad werewolf/shapeshifter books and I have found myself avoiding them since. However when the opportunity arose to review 'Circle of Lies' I thought it m
Jan 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
Another great book in the series!

This one centres on Aiden, Allie's brother.

And also, a werewolf hunter, Peter, that has been thought of as crazy and institutionalized because of it. He stumbles across Red Ridge and in his head he speaks to his (dead) uncle who was mauled to death by a werewolf.

A lot of revelations shock Aiden. Turns his life into something hes not sure of, and certainly not ready to accept!
He's finally had has first change and realises that anger is what triggers it off, and l
Andrea Heltsley
Jan 06, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoy this series. It's a fresh YA take on werewolves. The story in these are romantic yet clean. They also have a simple yet well executed plot.

The book didn't have a dull spot in it. I had to keep reading to know what was going to happen. I wasn't so sure I was going to have the same attachment to this one since the main characters were not Allison and Cade.

I found that I liked the main characters just as much. Teegan was troubled yet a strong individual considering how her life had
Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto
Today's review is on circle of Lies by Sara Dailey & Staci Weber

I was hoping there would be some growth with this second installment of the Red Ridge Pack series, and while there were no inconsistencies like the first it still needs a little work. In fact, I feel that this one seriously lacked some originality.

In the first book we learn that Allison and Aiden's mother is a werewolf and that they are too. While book one focuses on Allison finding her true mate, this book focuses on Aiden doing t
Feb 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed reading this second installment on the Red Ridge Pack series. You will find a mix of things going on in this book that is really entertaining and attention getting. I actually read this in one day. (I had a hard time putting it down.) You can't help but fall in love with Aiden. There is a part in this where Aiden is at his back door and is doing something, (NOT going to give a Spoiler!!), that will make you Laugh Out Loud. I literally couldn't read for a couple minutes because I ...more
Feb 28, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book is pretty similar to the first book, Pack of Lies, but with different POVs. The main focus is Aiden, Teagan and Peter. I gave this book a 4 stars because I was really disappointed with this new character Peter. I really didn’t think his POV was necessary. I would’ve loved to have read about any other character from the first book instead. This book still had it’s shock moments filled with love, death, action and drama.

It was a little rough in the beginning of the book but all in all i
Circle of Lies picks up right where Pack of Lies leaves off - only this time focusing on Allison's brother, Aiden. The book starts off with Aiden dealing with a very big personal dilemma that I don't want to say too much about since it may give away more that I should. To top it all off, he finds himself suddenly attracted to a human girl named Teagan, a friend of his sister's.

The pack is dead set against Aiden's new love interest, and to top it all off she doesn't even know that he's not comple
Mar 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Okay, so this is a case of the sequel being better than the first book. When I first got the book for the review I wasn’t sure it could live up to the first book…and there is nothing worse than a second rate book in a series (and you know every series has a book that isn’t as good as the others…yes, even Harry Potter). But I liked this one so much better.

Cade (book 1) was arrogant, but Aiden is sweet, sensitive, (yes a bit of a ladies man, but never serious), and doesn’t like to hurt anyone. H
Becky Price
Jan 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Circle of Lies is a great addition to the series. I absolutely loved that it followed Allison's brother, Aiden. I adore his character and loved reading every minute of his life. I didn't agree with everything that Teagan did, but I understood where she was coming from and forgave her by the end. I love that Staci and Sara have their novels set up to tell alternating perspectives through out the book. It gives the story so much more depth and gives the reader a better overall experience. I think ...more
Melanie Ramey
Mar 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This book was just as good as the first one! This book focused more on Alli's brother Aiden and all the drama high school kids can have. It kept the book young while still giving in a grown up twist. Aiden's a shifter but why hasn't he shifted yet but his sister has. hmmmm...guess you will have to read the book to find out why.

Oh in this book Aiden meets Teagan. Will their relationship be a fling or the real deal? Such a great book. It had me wanting to know what would happen next! The plot was
Melissa (thereaderandthechef)
After Reading Pack of Lies, the first book in the Red Ridge Pack series, I was overly enthusiastic to start right away with the second installment, Circle of Lies which now features Aiden Wright, brother of the kick ass heroin Allison from the first book. I absolutely loved this one even more than the first, the main characters Allison, Caden and Kendall move over to give the spotlight to Aiden, Teagan and Peter, managing not only to take part in a very interesting story filled with action and t ...more
Nicole/Books Complete Me
Feb 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing

LOVED this book! There wasn’t a beat missed between this book, and Pack of Lies (the first book). Aiden learns a shocking truth, one that will shake up everything for the whole pack even! And then there’s Teagan. She’s fallen for one of the “beautiful” people. Again, we get a couple different point of views, which I love, because we’re able to see into their thoughts.

There's a lot of action going on in this book! And I know there has to be a book 3!!! Because when it ends, there's more to this p
Mar 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: finished
"Circle of Lies" is the sequel to "Pack of Lies" in the 'Red Ridge Pack Series'. Picking up where the first book ends, it is filled with shifters, humor, romance, twists, turns and action. This book will keep you turning the pages until the end. A captivating read that I recommended to all readers, but I do suggest reading the series in order so you know exactly what is happening. I can't wait to see what happens in the next installment of the series.

This review is based on a complimentary copy
 Patches Braz
May 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Aiden Wright has recently learned that his mother is a wolf and they are now living with the pack. His sister has had the change , he is still waiting. He meets Teagan at school he knows something about her is different. Not sure what it is he gets his sisters help in getting her to go out with him. Then all hell breaks loose and they must fight for their lives.

This story was great. Characters were well developed and the plot was great. I look forward to reading more of this series!

Julie Ramsey
Jun 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: done
Aiden Wright has recently learned that his mother is a wolf and they are now living with the pack. His sister has had the change , he is still waiting. He meets Teagan at school he knows something about her is different. Not sure what it is he gets his sisters help in getting her to go out with him. Then all hell breaks loose and they must fight for their lives.

This story was great. Characters were well developed and the plot was great. I look forward to reading more of this series!

Apr 09, 2014 rated it it was ok
Is it so hard to ask for a good werewolf book?
The writing is not the best. The characters aren't that much better. I hate Mrs. Wright. She's not the strong, protective mom I wish she was. I hate Marcus for being an asshole dad to both kids. I feel bad for Cade. It's like he doesn't matter anymore now that Aiden came into the picture. And than he turns on both of them when Aiden mates with a human.

For some reason werewolf books, the really good ones, are hard to find. I somewhat liked the first
May 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book, I would reccommend it to any fantacy/shifter book lover. Part of me wishes that this series stuck to just being from Al and Cades point of view, but it was still a really great story in the end. Massive cliff hanger! Going to have to find out what happens next!

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Sara Dailey co-authored the YA Paranormal Romance novels, Sinful and Pack of Lies, with her good friend and co-worker Staci Weber. She has a degree in literature from U of H Clear Lake and is a graduate of The Institute of Children’s Literature. Sara is a native Texan and lives with her wonderful husband and son in League City, TX where she is a middle school English teacher.

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Red Ridge Pack (5 books)
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