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Here We Lie by Paula Treick DeBoard
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really liked it

I have to admit this one snuck up on me.

Here We Lie is the story of the friendship between Lauren Mabrey, the daughter of a US senator who has never felt at home in her skin or perhaps, more accurately, the skin her mother wants her to live in and Megan Mezeros, a small-town Kansas girl who end up as roommates at an all-girl’s college.

Nobody expected them to become friends, let alone, best friends, but somehow their friendship works. Until it doesn’t.

Somewhere between their beginning and their middle, I fell in so deep that I lost track of time and responsibility—only reading. I loved the evolution of these characters as they came into their own together and separately. If you’re looking for an intriguing story of friendship, secrets, and revelations, this is a good one.

It amazes me when a writer can foretell the future (our present)---as this book is very timely to our current state of affairs—do you have a crystal ball, Ms. DeBoard?

I received an advance review copy of this book from Great Thought's Ninja Review Team. All opinions are my own.
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November 7, 2017 – Shelved

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