Series: Truth Vs Lie #1
to blame, after all, protecting me imprisoned him.
still there, the love is still there… the pain is still there.
to protect her, which I proved, despite it taking me to prison.
was still protecting her. But, I’m lost without her… even if I’m not sure I can
be what she needs.
First cousin relationships are tackled within this book; please be aware those
relationships are legal within the UK. **
He’ll have his pick of women, and no way is he going to choose a whiny, bitchy moose.
God, it smells like a skunk had a bar fight in here…
Twisted Truth was a full-on angst-fest, I kid you not, it was unrelenting and relentless! Angst is not and will never be on my list of favorite things; and when it accompanies repeated and devastating heartbreak, stubborn and uncommunicative characters that can’t get out of their own way, and constant tension and conflict in the story – ouch, I was actually moaning! I know some of my book buddies eat that up with a spoon as reading about someone else being a bigger bonehead or being worse off than themselves can seem uplifting – too bad I am not a devotee of that cult… However, I was in it for the long haul as I respect the author and was invested in the story. Although for me to survive to the ending without grinding my teeth into dust or tossing my precious kindle into the wall, I needed to put that beloved Kindle down several times and distract myself with something pleasant. First, it was wine and then – oh look – kittens! Yet when I take in the story in total, it was worth a bit of personal discomfort as the storyline was inventive and intriguing, just lacking in emotional balance. I will be proactive and seek out and achieve my own equilibrium by following this book with more wine and then a light and amusing story for my next read. Sigh, Maria Macdonald, I love you but seriously, you need to lighten up! Want a kitten?
Maria is a full-time working Mum, she has two beautiful daughters, both of whom love books as much as she does.
Maria has loved to write since she was a little girl.
Reading and loving books, as well as blogging, has inspired her to write and publish.
Maria, her husband and children now reside in Wiltshire, England.