Liars by Frances Vick book review

Liars by Frances Vick book review

Liars by Frances Vick book review

 

Book synopsis

He loves you. He’d do anything for you. But you don’t even know him.

Jenny hasn’t had an easy life – no job and no money, with a sick mother and an abusive ex-stepfather. Not that anybody cares, she’s from the wrong side of town.

David has taken care of Jenny ever since they were at school together. He knows how special she is, how much she needs his support. David has a lot of love to give.

Jenny and David aren’t in a relationship. They aren’t even friends.

Jenny thinks she’s free to do what she wants, see who she likes. What does David think? Well, you’ll have to find out.

A gripping psychological thriller about the lies we tell ourselves, perfect for fans of Friend Request, The Couple Next Door and Teresa Driscoll.

 

Liars by Frances Vick book review

 

I don’t know what to think of this story, I have mixed feelings about it. At first, it seemed interesting than it lost my interest. I found it be rather confusing and couldn’t hold my attention. The story follows Jenny, David and Freddy there are the main characters. I couldn’t connect with any of them expect with Freddy only for a little. 

Jenny had been through a lot of trauma in her life. She has no money nor a job and writes in a blog. The books start with the unexpected death of her mother than enters David, he showers Jenny with expensive gifts that before didn’t interest her. Freddy grows suspicious of David and there is more to him than meets the eye. That’s all I say as I don’t want to spoil it for anyone. But, the title of the book says it all you don’t know is lying who is telling the truth.

 

I would like to thank new gallery for a free copy. Buy the book here

 

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