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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

A Lie for a Lie (All In #1) by Helena Hunting

A Review by Wendy
4.5 Omission Stars
* * * *1/2  
Spoiler Free

Oh, Ms Hunting... How I love you so. Your writing hits the mark and gives me hours of joy. Your creativity, ability to draw us in, and cause us to care deeply for your characters is your M.O.

So since I finished this in practically one sitting...Work and Real Life got in the way...
I offer up...

A Truth for a Truth...

A famous Hockey Player wishes to be appreciated for just the person he is...not what All the Fame Brings-Truth

When given the opportunity on a trip to Alaska to be a "Normal Regular Guy" with a woman, he doesn't share what a big time sports star he is...Understandable-Truth

A young Brainy yet Sort of Sheltered woman who has never flown before keeps crossing path with Big, Safe Cuddly Man-Truth
Said Woman has very Overly Concerned Parents and this causes her to try to do things on her own-Truth

After a few justified meetings of these two, a Bubble Romance develops-Truth
A very Hot Romance- Yup, Yes-Hot Truth

There is a Hiccup, though-Truth
But Both were Really Smitten and Sad due to Hiccup-Truth

The Best, One Year Passes and Bam, this Couple is Back in Touch-Truth
Woman is not about to Rollover and Hockey Player has a lot of "Splaining" to do- Serious Truth

So with all of these truths...what more could there be...

An Alpha Male who learns what to do to win his woman back and have her in his life for real.
A woman who others have thought was frail was in fact extremely strong, capable and willing to do whatever was necessary to live an independent life.

Lucky Her, Lucky Him and Most of all, Lucky Us... Ms. Hunting came up with this tale. Total, For Real Truth...

Also, Ms. Hunting has another book coming for this series...but I am not interested in it at all- Total, Total LIE!


A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.



Helena Hunting is the author of The USA Today and NYT bestselling PUCKED Series. She lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She writes everything from romantic sports comedy to new adult angst.



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