Eva Rae Thomas is former FBI. Following a sudden and unexpected divorce from her husband, she finds herself moving back to her home town with her three children. The change is supposed to be good for her family. However, she finds herself being pulled back, not only to her job or profiling and tracking down child abductors, but also to her personal childhood and the lies which haunt it.
Willow Rose’s (Amazon affiliate link) Don’t Lie to Me begins well, with an intriguing story set up. However, the set up is probably the best part of the book. The characters are rather two-dimensional, with some just being annoying and pointless to the story line. Eva Rae is an unbelievable protagonist and an unbelievable former Fed. The book seems to devolve into a ball of threads thrown together without cohesion.
On the positive side, this is a quick, easy read if you want something to pick up without thinking about the story.
Disclaimer: A copy was provided by Buoy Media.