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    Very good read

    Very good read! Enjoyed the storyline very much. It was unique and fresh. The characters are very well developed and the story had a nice easy pace. Audrey Albertson is a journalist who is trying to get close to Derek Stone by posing as an image consultant. Derek was just released from minimum security prison and is facing outrage from the community. Audrey is suppose to help smooth things over. Spending time with Derek proves there is much more to the man then the public knows. As feelings between them begin to grow Audrey has a choice to make. Write the story and lose the man or come clean with Derek and lose the job. Will she follow her heart or her goals? A recommended read.
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    Lie To Me

    A fun read that I thoroughly enjoyed! Audrey, an undercover journalist has to get the low down on eligible ex con, Derek. She poses as an image consultant, to give Derek a makeover that the public does not hate. Both with secrets and lies, with walls that need to come down. Once the secrets come out can their relationship be saved. Great characters that I so enjoyed. They will have you laughing out loud and rooting for their relationship to survive. This is the second book in the series of Between the Sheets but can be read as a stand alone. I highly recommend this as a fun quick read that you will not want to put down.
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    Wonderful Read

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book Audrey Albertson is a journalist who is trying to get close to Derek Stone by posing as an image consultant. Derek was just released from minimum security prison and is facing outrage from the community. Audrey is suppose to help smooth things over. Spending time with Derek proves there is much more to the man then the public knows. As feelings between them begin to grow Audrey has a choice to make. Write the story and lose the man or come clean with Derek and lose the job. Will she follow her heart or her goals?
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    4 stars

    This is a book with a good balance of romance and humor. An undercover journalist takes on an assignment to find out more to the story of a just release felons background and why he did what he did. Lie to Me the second book in the A Between the Sheets Romance series. It can be read as a standalone.
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    Love Between Strangers

    Lie to Me, book two in the Between the Sheets series by Melinda Di Lorenzo is an interesting title for this wonderful and funny book, but it doesn’t describe what you might expect. Undercover journalist Audrey Albertson is trying to get the scoop on the real story behind recently released felon Derek Stone, his secrets and the crime he committed. Derek is looking for an image consultant, Audrey, to change the way the world sees him, a man who stole over a million dollars. While these two spend time together they notice that there is much more to the other than what they see. Derek and Aubrey tend to play a game “Tell me a truth” allowing their walls to lower, sharing tidbits and secrets about themselves. I really enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down, reading it in one day. Ms. Di Lorenzo knows how to tell a wonderful story and she drew me into this story, not letting me go until I read the last page. I definitely recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book
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