Sunday, September 27, 2015

Title: The Lies Between Us
Series: The Devil's Dust #4
Author: M.N. Forgy

Rating: 


Cherry’s life growing up was nothing short of a nightmare. Having an abusive father forced her to fend for herself from an early age. Bruised and emotionally broken, she finally escaped, running straight into the comfort that Lip's arms brought. In the beginning, everything seemed to fall into place perfectly. He made her forget the messed-up ways of her life. But secrets can’t stay neglected. They have a habit of revealing themselves regardless of the consequences. Terrified, Cherry can’t speak a word or she’ll lose it all.

Lip is no stranger to the criminal life. Growing up among convicts, he wanted nothing more than to show his worth. He’ll do anything for the club without question, including serving six years in prison. But nobody could have predicted life’s plan. Rugged, tattooed, and wanting nothing more than to have Cherry, Lip is no longer the man whom Cherry remembers. After his release, he came out a beast with more secrets and lies than his cage could hold.

Secrets.
Lies.
Pain.

When a relationship is surrounded by mounting dark secrets, is it possible to survive and come out unscathed?

     

The Lies Between Us begins when Cherry must flee her home because her life is in danger, but she's leaving something precious behind, and she vows to get it back once she gets the chance. When she meets Lip, a member of the Devil's Dust MC, her whole world is changed. After he gets thrown in jail for six years there relationship takes a major hit, he changes, and Cherry doesn't understand what's going on. Both Cherry and Lip have lied to each other, and have major secrets, and when those secrets come out all hell is going to break loose, including some hearts. 

This book was really good! The story sucked me in right off the bat, and kept me hooked till the very end. It was surprisingly very emotional at times. I felt really bad for Cherry a lot through out the book, it felt like like just kept hitting her when she was down, and not letting her get up. And at first I liked Lip, but some where along the way he lost a little respect from me, but in the end he earned it back. 

Over all the book was good! It had lots of drama, steamy times, and some very emotional sad times as well. I look forward to more by this author! 
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