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Office Lies by Linda Bartash-Dawley
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Great story, humorous and imaginative...

It’s easy to see how Rachel ends up in the mess she does in this amusing tale. She is a young woman trying to fit in. Her family is pressuring her to find a career and a boyfriend. Her previous co-workers all found her boring and her fall back job is a convenience store clerk. So far, being herself isn’t working out all that great. What’s a girl to do? Lie of course. Rachel convinces herself that telling a few “pink” lies won’t hurt anyone and spicing up her life will help her fit in at her new job.

At first, it works. Her new associates welcome her with open arms and seem intrigued with the imaginary life she has created…imaginary fiancé, imaginary green thumb, and imaginary dog. Unfortunately, the plants keep dying, her co-workers want to see the handsome man she plans to marry and she realizes she has the hots for the good looking UPS delivery man. How will she get out of this mess she’s created? This was a fun and entertaining quick read. The ending was predicable but the story kept me engaged until the very end. I would certainly recommend it to others.

Melanie P. Smith

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