COVER RE-REVEAL AND REVIEWS: #ThreeLittleLies Books by Sara Ney

We have the brand new covers for the #ThreeLittleLies Series by Sara Ney!

These covers are fantastic and available now on Kindle Unlimited.

THINGS LIARS SAY

Lies, lies, lies; everybody tells them….

Greyson Keller didn’t intend to lie; it just came out that way. So when the object of that lie shows up on her doorstep, she is confused, shocked, and embarrassed.

Calvin Thompson is an Ivy Leaguer, attending University over an hour away, playing rugby and basically not giving a crap. So imagine his surprise when some guy named Greyson begins rumors online that they’re dating — the only logical solution is to drive an hour and confront him…

Be there when Greyson and Cal finally meet face-to-face because.

Sparks. Will. Fly.

This novel, along with all others in this series, is a standalone with no cliffhanger. You’re welcome.

Yes, sparks fly. That’s why this book is intended for those 17+ and older.

Foul language, cursing, and sexual content.

AMAZON

Review 

Things Liars Say is a quick and sweet new adult romance that illustrates how quickly one made up name and one well-constructed tweet escalates to one awkward first meeting that then puts in motion a string of texts, emails, and tweets that allow two people, who would have never met otherwise, a chance to experience just how easy it is to get to know someone and take a few risks behind a keyboard and a phone.

On paper, Greyson Keller and Calvin Thompson wouldn’t have many things in common; she’s a sorority girl and he’s a ‘busted-up rugby player,’ but because Sara Ney allows her main characters an avenue to truly be themselves and perhaps turn lie into something real.

Greyson and Calvin’s story is a bit cheesy at times but the set-up of the story line and how it progresses makes it a feel good text with zero angst and sometimes that’s exactly the kind of new adult romance readers need.

3.5 Poison Apples

THINGS LIARS HIDE

Authors Note: This novella, along with all others in this series, is a standalone with no cliffhanger. You’re welcome.

Secrets, secrets, everybody has them…

Tabitha Thompson is many things, but a liar isn’t one of them. Unless you count the sexy secret she’s spent a year hiding from everyone: her friends, her family. The secret she never counted on anyone discovering…

One chance encounter.

One clumsy mistake.

One sexy discovery.

Now, only Collin Keller stands in the way of her secret—and everyone else. And he just may be the one who ruins it all…

Tabitha Thompson, you secretive little sneak.

AMAZON 

Review

Tabitha Thompson has a dirty little secret – ones that she’s hiding from everyone, so when a nosy hottie invades her life, staking claim on her dirty mind, supporting her dream, and making her words a reality, how can Tabitha resist, even if it means letting someone know about her secret passion.

Tabitha and Collin’s story illustrates how sometimes life can imitate art in the sexiest of ways, and it can also change the course of individuals’ lives when they least expect it, either because they were too scared to reach for their dream or just needed someone to push them into putting themselves out there for everyone to see.

Things Liars Hide is definitely steamier than Things Liars Say, which makes complete sense due to Tabitha’s secret career and Collin’s attempt to use her words against her in the most deliciously sensual ways. The couple from the first book plays a pivotal role in book two, which is one of the reasons for Tabitha’s fears and hesitancy when it comes to pursuing anything with Collin or her newfound career.

4 Poison Apples

THINGS LIARS FAKE

What if…

Someone you barely knew asked you for a favor.

What if…

They needed you to be something you weren’t, in exchange for nothing. Unless you count a mouth full of lies and a half-broken heart. Faker. Pretender. Liar. There are worse things to be called.

So would you do it? Would you?

Daphne Winthrop did.

And you’re about to find out what happens in the end.

Review 

Things Liars Fake is my favorite out of the three #ThreeLittleLies novellas because Daphne and Dexter are both completely adorkable! Daphne – because she’s an avid Sci-fi fan and definitely can get her geek on but she’s also a beautiful, confident, and take charge girl who underestimates her appeal to the opposite sex. Dexter – because he is one sexy nerd whose intelligence is as appealing as the way he wears his bow ties and suspenders because he owns who he is. And even though he needs a bit of help to find his inner sex god and the cojones to act on his feelings for Daphne, one way or another, whether it’s by faking a relationship or playing on their ‘friendship,’ Daphne and Dexter’s twin sisters will do what needs to be done to get Daphne and Dexter’s relationship a chance at what their friends already found with their own little lies.

Readers who love New Adult Romances should definitely check out Sara Ney’s #ThreeLittleLies series; it’s low angst with interesting characters and a great take on how a few white lies can actually be what allows true feelings to be exposed.

4 Poison Apples

AMAZON

About the Author

Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.

She lives with her husband, children, and her ridiculously large dog.

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