Book Review: Liar by Stephanie St. Klaire

LIAR by Stephanie St. Klaire 


Fake it until you make it. That was the mantra Cori Dash chanted as she chased a big city dream. The more you tell people you’re on top of the world, the more they believe it – just like they believed the embellished image she sold them with her knock off designer facade. It wasn’t lying if the truth stood somewhere in the middle – and she didn’t get caught.

Dominic Blackthorne owned half of that big city…and a reputation. Rather than dispel rumors or show the world the real Nick, he let his own fake image run free. Until Cori Dash – the only person who told him exactly how it was, even if it stung.

When Cori is faced with her ex-fiance, now engaged to her ex-best friend, it’s game on. In her boldest move yet, she concocts her biggest lie to date by introducing the first handsome stranger that walks by as her new fiancé. Happy to play the part, Nick is already planning the fake wedding of her dreams.

You know what they say about lying – the truth always comes out – and it hurts. Especially when Cori finds out she isn’t the biggest Liar in this game, and she’s been out played.

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This is my second book by this author. I really enjoyed the first book and this book was just as amazing. She really knows how to tell a story. I was engulfed within the first few pages. I had to know what happened with Cori and Nick. I immediately fell in love with Cori. I loved how Cori met Nick.  I loved Nick right away also. There chemistry was amazing and I just had to know what happened. I loved how Nick realized early on how awesome Cori is and how she deserves to have the most amazing fake wedding possible. And if it helps to piss off her ex best friend and ex fiance well thats just a fringe benefit. Cori is sweet and down to earth. She is trying to make something of herself and I love how Nick appreciates that. Nick is used to people telling him what he wants to hear because of his status. Cori is not like that and it is a fresh of breathe air in his life. I think Nick is a genuinely nice person too. There are quite a few twists that I did not see coming. I also really loved the relationship she has with Tony and James. This was a really well crafted thought out story. It kept me entertained the whole time. I can´t wait to read more from this author! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes a great romance plot with characters you fall in love with.




Stephanie St. Klaire is a Pacific Northwest native currently living in Portland, Oregon with her husband, five children, and two ferocious lap dogs that are used to the finer things in life like sleeping all day. When she isn’t writing, she can usually be found with a plate full of taco’s, a side of bean dip, and probably some gummy bears while being a little bit hippy and a lot bit busy mom’ing and wife’ing. When she’s not tossing around gritty crime show inspired serial killers and diabolical bad guys, she likes to make people pee their pants a little with a good romcom. Sometimes, her worlds collide, and she writes really funny stuff right before she kills people off on the pages! She loves murder and mayhem as much as a good laugh and HEA! That’s why she’s a die-hard Hallmark junky but loves her gritty crime shows – balance! Stephanie has always been a story teller, with the gift of “gab”, and a life-long goal to be a writer. Unfortunate circumstances with her health, finally afforded her the time to do so. Irony at its best, she began writing her first novel at an adverse time, to escape her circumstance and explore the stories in her imagination for relief. She is happy to share those stories with her readers, and bring a little fun, entertainment, and of course smexy characters to the pages. Follow Stephanie St. Klaire on Social media to learn more about her, how often she really eats taco’s, and to keep up with her work.  


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