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    Oh Luke Luke Luke!

    I'll be honest...after reading 27 Truths, I despised Luke. Absolutely. Despised. Him. He was a selfish caveman who just used Ava's body whenever he was home on leave from the military. Yes, it was obvious that he had some serious PTSD issues, and maybe he was incapable of feeling anything remotely resembling love due to what he had experienced while deployed. With that said, as someone who has intimately experienced a life with someone who has PTSD, I knew that deep down that really wasn't who he was. But I still despised him regardless. 27 Lies is Luke's story, told mostly in his POV. Luke's father Tommy died in a car accident before Luke was born. Luke has felt as if his entire life was spent living in his father's shadow (thanks to his paternal grandparents), and that no one in his circle had loved him as Luke, only as Tommy's son and he had also been made to feel as if he should live his life exactly as his father would have. He joined the military to discover who he was. He loves his country and for 7 years, the USA was his only love...or so he thought. For those of you who read 27 Truths, you know that Ava is raw right now. She's heartbroken, depressed, and solely focusing on her new responsibilities to try and avoid feeling any pain. Luke, who has known Ava all her life, recognizes that she needs help. Ava of course, being as stubborn as she is, rejects anyone and everyone who tries to help her. She wants nothing more than to keep her angels close to her at all times - shielding them from everything, from germs to social media. The story that unfolds from there is heart-wrenching, beautiful, and amazing. As far as Luke goes for me, well, I'm keeping my final opinion to myself for now. Incredible job once again MJ! <3
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    Amazing love Luke and Ava

    Everyone deserves a second chance. Luke gets his second chance. He doesn't stop until he shows everyone what he needs them to see. Ava thinks everyone will think less of her because of the secret she has kept from them. Pipe helps Ava with her stories. Luke is sure there are reasons for everything. Luke is one hot determined male. Ava is one complicated female. Will they be able to make everything right. I love this couple. Did not like Luke much in the other story. Love Luke
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    All that I knew he could be he was!

    So...Trying to find the words that would do this book justice is eluding me. Just as the books before it, it is full of feels. Luke a boy who spent a life time living in shadow of a dead man only wants to find who he, himself truly is. Ava the little girl in the tutu and princess crown that once told him she loved him is now falling apart. This is Luke's book, Luke's POV. After 27 Truths I wanted so much to hate Luke but I could not. It's hard to find who you truly are when you've been living in the shadow of a man who died before you were even born, a ghost. He found the man he wanted to be by joining the army. He also paid a heavy cost in his journey. He lost the girl, and his friend. Luke comes to many realizations in this book and becomes the man I knew he could be. I really don't want to give to much away. As always Ms. Fields did not disappoint. The Legacy Series is my favorite of all her series (not saying her other books aren't good...because they are!) It got me through a rough time. I would Highly and emotionally recommend both 27 Truths and Lies. I look Forward to Her First Kiss, London and Logan's story!
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    Review: The Truth About Love 2: 27 Lies

    27 Lies: Luke's story by M.J. Fields is the second book in her Truth About Love duology. This is Luke's version, his take on how things went down with Ava and a fulfilling completion to the story of Ava and Luke. This book will help heal the pain caused by book one, 27 Truths: Ava's Story, and will bring light back into Ava's life. The emotions this duology managed to evoke is the best measure of just how great these books were. Well-written, gritty, angst ridden, heartbreaking, and yet healing too. Luke wasn't a flawless character and M.J. Fields managed to showcase his flaws in a way that made us love to hate him, initially, and later to root for him as the hero. Ava was confused, pulled in two directions and was NOT your typical heroine. She made the tough choice and went with the better option. The emotionally stable man that would love her unconditionally instead of the damaged man that needs the healing. We all like to love the damaged ones but the truly good guy gets to have his day once in awhile too and T was that guy. Enjoy!

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