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    Familial ties… not necessarily a good thing

    Stella and Owen have a lot in common – negligent, indifferent parents and problematic siblings. Pulled apart by tragedy eighteen years ago, they’re now both back in town and despite Owen’s desire to keep the past in the past, Stella wants answers. Will her quest vindicate the man she once loved, or bring more heartache to her door? What might have been a suspenseful mystery surrounding Chris’ death wasn’t much of one at all, as the ‘who-dun-it’ was quite obvious to me from early on in the story. I enjoyed the sweet nature of Stella and Owen’s budding romance when they were teenagers along with their intense chemistry as adults. There’s plenty of drama and angst, secrets, lies, and betrayals as well as several seriously steamy encounters. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Review: Lies We Tell

    Lies We Tell by Jeana E. Mann is a standalone story about second chances at love with someone least expected. We meet Owen and Stella when they first see each other again for the first time in 18 years. A tragedy has happened in their past, we know that much, but the details are slowly fed throughout the story. Stella has her current relationship with Michael. A troubled relationship with her sister. And is working on having the home that was left to her renovated and made livable. Owen was locked up for a serious crime and is harassed by local law enforcement every opportunity they have. Stella tries to deny what is reawakening between her and Owen, but it is pointless. Their chemistry and their anguish is palpable. As the past and the present slowly meet, secrets are revealed and answers about the past are finally given . Well-written and well-paced, as a new fan of Jeana E. Mann I really enjoyed this book. Enjoy!
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    Second-chance romance haunted by secrets and lies

    Stella is back in town after eighteen years, and runs into Owen, her high-school boyfriend who ended up serving ten years for killing his brother. Stella always suspected there was more to the story than what she was told, but everyone - including Owen - wants to keep the past buried where it belongs. Only Stella can't envision a second chance with Owen until all the secrets are unearthed. Owen and Stella have the kind of chemistry that makes it impossible for them to be around each other without acknowledging the simmering heat that drew them together in the beginning. As romances go, theirs was written in the stars and was as inevitable as the sun rising each day. I loved Owen's determination to make their own rules as they write their second chance, and his selfless protection and dedication to Stella could make even a nun swoon. One of the things I liked best was the rarely seen amicable relationship with Stella's ex, and the hints about his future were quite satisfying. I was confused and pulled out of the story a couple times by a few continuity issues, but overall the story was gripping and passionate and kept me glued to my kindle. Overall, it's a terrific romance that was a long time coming and all the sweeter for the waiting. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Lies we tell

    This was my first read from this author. I liked the story. Stella and Owen were wonderful to read about. It's great second chance story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    HIGH OCTANE AND COMBUSTIBLE!!!

    Get it girl! Jeana just rocked my world and rang my bell with this off the charts, sensational approach, weaving a cocoon so intricately and precise, drawing you deeper into this tangled web until everything else ceases to exist. Sparks fly as drama, intrigue, tension, turmoil, secrets, mounting suspense and unexpected situations along with a boatload of heartache while dodging disaster, you have one mind-blowing masterpiece. A tumultuous wild ride full of baffling circumstances and fervent events set the stage as shenanigans run rampant with such wonder, fusing this bad boy together sleek, shiny and tight. Anarchy, escapades and havoc run amuck, kicking this bad boy into a roaring tempest, blasting it into a tailspin with an explosive finale. The characters are complex and authentic with depth and traits that blend and flow smoothly transforming into genuinely relatable personalities. Cognizant of the instant realization and charged atmosphere, along with a slew of nerve racking twists and shocking turns, testing our characters in ways they could have never envisioned. Satisfaction rocks this jewel, bringing it home with such intensity and precision, riding roughshod and delivering one block busting delight. The scenes are strikingly sharp with abundant details and descriptions you have no problem picturing each scenario creating a colorful backdrop that makes the storyline pop. Remarkable job Jeana, thanks for sharing this bad boy with us.
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