An Honest Lie
Once Rainy escaped her past, she changed her name, moved to New York City, and became an artist. She tells herself that her past won’t find her. She lives in anonymity until she met Grant and they fall in love. She moves in with him at his home on Tiger Mountain and becomes part of his world. In an effort to be friendly with his circle of friends, Rainy agrees to a girls’ weekend in Vegas. But Rainy’s past comes back to haunt her when she gets a text from one of her friends’ phones that is clearly not from her friend. Rainy will have to confront her past if she wants to have a future.
This was my first Tarryn Fisher story and I found it to be well written. I enjoyed the alternating timeline so the story unfolds from both the past and the present. Rainy was a great character and I’m surprised she wasn’t more damaged than she was. She could probably use some new friends and possibly a new boyfriend, but who am I to judge? This would be a great addition to your winter suspense reading list to cozy up with.
|Page Count||288 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|