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    Relationships can't survive a web of lies

    Lorraine has left the big city of Dublin for the coast after the collapse of her marriage following an affair. Michael's son Killian is in a coma after a hit and run. How are their messy lives connected? Only time will tell. This is the second book I've read by Laura Elliot and it is written in a similar way to The Betrayal. Alternating chapters between Killian and Lorraine tell the story of Michael's hunt for the couple who left his son to die and the story of Lorraine coming to terms with the destruction of her marriage, relocation to the coast and dealing with her teenage daughter. The writing took me to the Irish coast and the bright lights of Dublin, I could picture the farmhouse Lorraine has bought and the coastal countryside surrounding her. I personally preferred The Betrayal as a book but saying that, Fragile Lies was an enjoyable read. 3.5* Thank you to Netgalley and Bookouture for giving me this book to read and review.
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    Fragile Lies

    This was a truly phenomenonal story. Extremely well written. Fantastic plot and beautifully developed. Keeps the reader guessing. Great mystery story but interweaved with the highs and lows of family life. Really interesting story. I hated to put it down. Enthralled to the end. If you enjoy a great story that keeps you interested this one is for you.
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    Fragile Lies

    A very enjoyable read. I enjoyed the way the characters were depicted and felt I got to know them. Liked the idea of Killian having thoughts while in a coma and the way his father's words were a reminder to him.
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