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Tell Me No Lies by Fiona M. Marsden
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it was amazing

This is such a great story filled with emotion that is sure to bring on a few tears, MS Marsden really knows how to get to the heart of her charters and bring then to life for us readers, set in Brisbane Australia, this is the story of two people very much in love when tragedy tears them apart and now seven years later can love bring them back together?

Harriet Emerson is a young dancer and student when she meets IT geek Lucas Hall, they click instantly and fall madly in love and against family wishes they continue together make firm commitments but an accident changes Harriet’s life she lies to Lucas and forces him to leave, and now he is back in her office and is determined to get to the truth.

Lucas moved on and away to the States made his fortune but never forgot the woman he loved and now back in Australia is searching for her, and when he finds her is shocked to learn what has happened to her, but he is never going to give up on finding out the truth he feels she owes him.

Truly this is a beautifully written story, moving and emotional Lucas is real hero material and Harriet stubborn as all get out, but for reason that she held dear to her and that was Lucas and now their journey is starting again, and what a journey because as we all know the journey to true love never runs smoothly and with Harriet and her health issues they might be a little harder, oh but what an ending there were lots of happy tears from me. Thank you MS Marsden a book I highly recommend, you have taken on a lot of issues and done it so well you rock thank you.
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Reading Progress

January 14, 2019 – Shelved
January 14, 2019 – Shelved as: to-read
January 20, 2019 – Started Reading
January 23, 2019 – Finished Reading

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