Monday, June 24, 2019
Why She Lied By Julie Coons GIVEAWAY!
Will she have to lose her child to save her child?
The day she tells her boyfriend she’s pregnant, is the same day he tells her he’s been accused of molestation. His trial is set to begin the following day.
She needs answers…
To get them, she tricks her boyfriend into signing a release form, giving her full access to all of his legal documents. She uncovers the truth, he’s guilty.
To save her unborn child from this monster, she gets an abortion.
FIVE YEARS LATER and still rebuilding her life, Julie finds out her ex-boyfriend has just become the most wanted man in America, involved in human trafficking. When detectives ask for her help locating him, she gets drawn into a baffling mystery. What began as a seemingly simple search soon turns into a much darker reality.
Someone from her past is watching…
Bit by bit, the tapestry of her own secret childhood begins to unravel. What she learns about her past will haunt her forever: family isn’t always what it seems.
Can she help bring this predator to justice, or will she die trying?
WHY SHE LIED is a gripping psychological thriller full of mystery, intrigue, and buried secrets.
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I would say this was an interesting story but hard to read. I am not so sure if it was a true story as the cover states.
Had this been a book from a traditional publisher not self published I think it would have been mush better. The editor would have fixed the fact that she jumps from first to the third person throughout the whole book, it doesn't read professionally at all. So it is very easy to see why a traditional publisher is needed.
I gave this book 3 stars.
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