Monday, July 8, 2013

Lies of the Heart

Posted by A Drop of Romeo at 5:29 PM
For her New Year's resolution, Natalie decides to finally pursue her dream guy. Only it turns out to be much harder than she thought.
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Ali Thinks: Natalie likes Jeremy. Naturally, she's never spoken to him in the ages (and ages) she's had this infatuation, but now that it's a new year, she's made talking to him a resolution. Which sucks

I'm guessing everyone here knows what they say about best laid plans. And I'm guessing everyone here also knows what they say about one door closing.

Honesty hour: I really hate love triangles. I can't really express the amount, but it's only slightly less than when there aren't enough marshmallows in the Lucky Charms box. That being said, I really did like Lies of the Heart. It was funny, albeit slightly ridiculous, but I think that's what I liked about it most. It's one of those longshot romances that would probably not happen in real life, but is still fun to read.

I would highly recommend this story for someone in one of those god-awful reading ruts. A lot of times, it can be hard to get through a story while in a rut, but I really think Lies of the Heart has the unique power to end the rut and start the reading frenzy. It's not that long, and it seems even shorter since it doesn't drag on. And hey, if you're not in a rut, keep the streak going with another great, lighthearted story.
pretty bad for her because Jeremy's got the hots for Natalie's best friend, Sam. But that's okay, because Natalie and her friend Matt have hatched a brilliant plan involving fake dating, a lot of lying, and a bit of scheming to manipulate Jeremy into turning his attentions from Sam to Natalie.


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