The man who saved her is also the man who destroyed her… or is he?
Seven years ago, I decided I wanted to be a fighter. Marcus Roma showed me how.
Six years ago, my parents died in a car accident. Marcus Roma picked me up off the ground and held me until I could stand on my own two feet.
Five years ago, I fell in love with him.
And then Marcus Roma disappeared. No warning. No explanation. Just gone.
Yesterday, he came back.
And now I have to decide who’s telling the truth, and who’s lying. Who wants something from me, and who wants…
If I guess wrong, I could lose everything. I need to think clearly. But Marcus makes that impossible. Marcus makes me weak. Marcus makes me want, in a way I’ve never felt before.
Marcus Roma will make me fall. The only question is—will he be there to catch me this time?
LIE TO ME is a new adult / adult contemporary romance novel about truth, lies, and redemption. It is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
Nothing has ever hurt Harlow Chase more than losing her family in a tragic accident – except when Marcus Roma walked away from her without even saying goodbye. And now he’s back – but will he try to put her back together again or destroy what little is left of her?
“I’ve thought about what it felt like to have Marcus Roma touch me so many times. What it was like to have him inside me. Even after he abandoned me without any explanation, even after he broke me, even after he did all that knowing exactly what it would do to me, he’s still the only man I’ve ever dreamed of. I tried with other men for a while, and every time I was painfully aware of how much they were not Marcus.
Fuck him for that. Seriously.”
“Those big blue eyes lock on me while the rest of her just…stops. I can tell she’s holding her breath. Waiting. Not sure of what to say, what to think, what to feel. She blinks and it looks like there’s water in her eyes, and I know I got through to her, said the thing she wanted me to say, and maybe also the thing she never wanted to hear. Maybe it will always be this way with us now, the thing you love and the thing you hate all wrapped up in one.”