Tell Me Lies by Michelle Lindo-Rice Review

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synopsis

A broken heart…When Sydney Richardson meets Pastor Noah Charleston it was practically love at first sight. Sydney has battled so much deception in her personal life and in her work as an attorney, she is glad to have a perfect man she can depend on. But her Prince Charming has some secrets that are worse than Sydney could have ever imagined. What will she do when Noah’s past life come to light?

A broken truth… Pastor Noah Charleston has come a long way since his troubled youth. A respected Man-of-God, Noah’s long buried past emerges in the form of blackmail and threats. Noah not only fears for his safety but also for his newfound love. Will he take a chance on the truth before it’s too late?

A broken trust…Newly converted Christian, Belinda Santiago, harbors a secret that could end her friendship with Sydney. She’s in love with Lance Forbes, Sydney’s ex-fiancé. When Belinda and Lance’s relationship is exposed she may have to choose between her man and her best friend.

A broken man…Lance Forbes returns to Port Charlotte to make things right with Sydney, but his feelings for Belinda are in his way. Lance knows for him to become a do-right man, he must face his childhood pain. Will Lance get his act together and take a chance on love or run again?

myreview

It’s very rare that I read a book and somewhere along the way it starts to minister to my soul. Tell Me Lies did exactly that and it took me longer to read than it should have because I had to stop and reflect on my own struggle with forgiveness and being able to give it to others and even myself. Michelle Lindo-Rice once again defies how some think the genre of Christian fiction should be written as she deals with some pretty edgy topics and she handles them in a way that the reader does not feel as if they are being preached to.

This book centers around two things: forgiveness and love. Those are two things that most folks have found great joy in as well having problems giving and receiving. At times, love and forgiveness are interchangeable and that is truly the case when reading Sydney’s story. Sometimes we must learn the very hard lesson of forgiving those that have done us wrong so we can really see love and then welcome it in our hearts. Lindo-Rice already has some excellent books in her portfolio, but it is my opinion that Tell Me Lies is her best piece of work yet!

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of Tell Me Lies in exchange for an honest review.

 

myrating

five

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