Monday, July 30, 2018

Three Little Lies by Sara Ney [Review]

 Three Little Lies by Sara Ney
Three Little Lies (#ThreeLittleLies #1-3) by Sara Ney
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: September 6, 2017

#ThreeLittleLies
1. Things Liars Say
2. Things Liars Hide
3. Things Liars Fake
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Sara Ney
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Three Littles Lies.... Three complete novella's in one spot.

BOOK 1: THINGS LIARS SAY

Lies, lies, lies; everybody tells them....
Greyson Keller didn't intend to lie; it just came out that way. So when the object of that lie shows up on her doorstep, she is confused, shocked, and embarrassed.

Calvin Thompson is an Ivy Leaguer, attending University over an hour away, playing rugby and basically not giving a crap. So imagine his surprise when some guy named Greyson begins rumors online that they're dating -- the only logical solution is to drive an hour and confront him...

Be there when Greyson and Cal finally meet face-to-face because. Sparks. Will. Fly.

BOOK 2: THINGS LIARS HIDE

Secrets, secrets, everybody has them...
Tabitha Thompson is many things, but a liar isn't one of them. Unless you count the sexy secret she's spent a year hiding from everyone: her friends, her family. The secret she never counted on anyone discovering...

One chance encounter.
One clumsy mistake.
One sexy discovery.

Now, only Collin Keller stands in the way of her secret--and everyone else. And he just may be the one who ruins it all. Tabitha Thompson, you secretive little sneak...


BOOK 3: THINGS LIARS FAKE

What if…
Someone you barely knew asked you for a favor.

What if…
They needed you to be something you weren’t, in exchange for nothing. Unless you count a mouth full of lies and a half-broken heart. Faker. Pretender. Liar. There are worse things to be called.

So would you do it? Would you?
Daphne Winthrop did.
And you’re about to find out what happens in the end.

***This novella series is intended for a mature audience, 17+ due to sexual content and foul language.***
Thoughts on Three Little Lies: Okay. This series of novellas hit the spot. Cal and Grey were probably my favorite of the three, but that's mostly because I adore (sometimes) arrogant, (often) crude jocks who unwittingly fall for a special someone out of the blue. That said, I did enjoy all three novellas. They were more fun than...Uhh, I can't think of anything off the top of my head. Just insert something fun here and go with it.

Things Liars Said - Cal and Grey. Like I said, my favorite of the couples. Mostly because Cal was just so stunned that someone like Grey would go for a guy like him. Plus, I got a kick out of their emailing and texting (something which happens in each of the stories, it was just cuuuuute). I liked that they became friends before they took it further (I like it when it happens the other way, too, but their relationship was so freaking cute I, man. So.Freaking.Cute.) and that they both went out of their way to surprise the other. Which sounds kinda dorky when I say it, because that's what people do in relationships, but it was ADORABLE on them, okay? Adorable.

Things Liars Hide - Not going to lie, Tabitha's freak out at first seeing Collin was hilarious. Her conclusion-jumping was top notch and I totally appreciate how utterly mortifying that entire experience had to have been. She was extremely dedicated to avoiding the poor guy after, too. Good thing Collin's not a quitter, right? His pursuit of Tabitha was pretty relentless. In a good way. While I don't necessarily think Tabitha's big secret was all that shocking, I could see where she was coming from. Expectations are tough, man. Especially when we're talking about family.

Things Liars Fake - Daphne and Dexter were...well, it took them a while to both get on the same page. He's determined to keep himself in the friend zone simply because he can't imagine a woman like Daphne liking him for him. Fat lot he knew, huh? Daphne's just as geeky as Dexter is when it all comes down to it. Their combined nerditude did my heart proud.

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