Monday, July 10, 2017

Title: Freaky Lies
Series: Mystic Caravan #2
Author: Amanda M. Lee

The Mystic Caravan Circus is a place of magic and mayhem. Unfortunately for Poet Parker these days, it’s also packed full of lies.
It’s been more than a week since she found out an unsightly secret: Her boss Max is her boyfriend’s father. Despite giving Max an ultimatum, he’s yet to tell Kade Denton the truth, and that’s left Parker in a sticky situation.
When the circus goes to Nebraska, Poet can’t dwell on her personal problems for long because a body is found in a nearby field and it’s missing arms, legs and eyes. Everyone agrees there’s something off about the death – other than the obvious, that is – but no one can figure out what kind of force the folks of Mystic Caravan are facing off with next.
Between the emotional distress, her best friend Luke threatening to release embarrassing photographs, and a local police presence that is suspicious, Poet has her hands full. That’s on top of a new clown that makes everyone suspect he’s up to no good … even as he leaves the female population salivating.
The clues come together slowly, and when the end comes, the enemy is someone no one saw coming. What happens when the face of evil looks like a victim? And, more importantly, what happens when all of the lies are eradicated and Poet is stripped bare and forced to tell the truth?
It’s another fun-filled outing for the Mystic Caravan Circus – as long as everyone survives to see another day, that is.


Poet knows a secret about the man she just got involved with, but she has no idea how to tell him, or if she should be the one to tell him. So, when a dead body shows up in the place near them things get even more complicated. 

This book was another interesting read in this series. I liked it, but I didn't feel it was great. Again, the Raven issue was annoying, but other than that it was really nice getting to know the hero and heroine, and their crazy friends. 

This one does end in somewhat of a cliffhanger though, and I'm super excited to read the next book now. 
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