From Lies

  • Title: From Lies
  • Author: Ann Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781620046746
  • Page: 111
  • Format: ebook
  • From Lies Rafe is on the cusp of legally being an adult which will finally allow him to pull himself and his sisters free of their mother s clutches Unfortunately freedom also entails breaking the law by way
    Rafe is on the cusp of legally being an adult, which will finally allow him to pull himself and his sisters free of their mother s clutches Unfortunately, freedom also entails breaking the law by way of starting his own business under a fake name, and playing a role he fears he ll never escape.When Rafe meets with one of his primary buyers, he is made an offer too good toRafe is on the cusp of legally being an adult, which will finally allow him to pull himself and his sisters free of their mother s clutches Unfortunately, freedom also entails breaking the law by way of starting his own business under a fake name, and playing a role he fears he ll never escape.When Rafe meets with one of his primary buyers, he is made an offer too good to refuse and refuses it, not willing to take an offer that would hurt people relying on him and the goods he provides The lost opportunity and the constant despair of the role he must play compels him to confess all to a beautiful, compassionate stranger at a ball.But the man he is so helplessly drawn to is instead captivated by Rafe s sister, and Rafe wonders if he ll always live his life trapped and watching everything he wants slip away

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    1. Cinderella with a twist.Rafe and Raquel live under the talons of their mother, but still, their fate is better than that of their stepsister, Greta. The scheming and machinations to finagle everyone's attendance at the royal ball as well as running the daily household were entertaining if a bit heavy-handed. Nonetheless, it's a respun fairy tale and the theatrics are not unexpected. It's fun and light, even if Rafe imitates Mr. Gloomypants--even when the prince appears!This really is part one, s [...]

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    2. I received this book as an ARC though NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this fairy tale re-imagining. The characters felt well developed, and I liked that things were not fairy tale simple. The relationship between Rafe and both of his sister's was well done, and I appreciated the reasons he acted the way he did. It made sense within the context of the story. The love story did develop quickly, but it fit with the fairy tale theme, and it didn't bother me like it might [...]

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    3. So as much as I liked where this author was going with this story I was left feeling a little confused and like this story felt a little rushed to me. Rafe has lied and manipulated people for most of his life to take care of his family and protect them from his mothers claws. He feels like he hurt people so once he sees his sister married he plans on leaving even though he has fallen for a man. So I was left confused on what Rafe really had done so wrong when I felt like he was trying to protect [...]

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    4. I just didn't click with this book at all. I found Rafe to be a male Mary Sue. He was just 2D to me, and I got so sick of every second line being about 'he said this cruelly, but he didn't mean it of course'. I liked the concept, even if I found the summary to be a bit all over the place and didn't explain the story well at all. The execution just left a lot to be desired. He and the prince say a handful of lines to each other before they're in love, so I guess it's close to the Disney Cinderell [...]

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    5. From lies is an appropriate name to this short story. Rafe's life thus far has been based on all sorts of lies.Rafe is not the person he portrayed to be in this story. He is in deed the exact opposite. Rafe in my opinion felt his need to lie about who he felt was his family. He lied about the business he started up. He acted as if he was a horrible person and treated people as such to keep up appearances. He did all this to protect his sisters and to escape the clutch and cruelty of his mother. [...]

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    6. From Magnolia Reviews: Two PetalsFor a first-time author, Anderson did fairly well. There was depth of plot and the characters were interesting. The book fell short on detailing, which made it difficult to read and enjoy. I therefore cannot recommend this book, but I do want to read the sequel to watch this author grow. Read the full review on Maggie's website: magnoliareviews.weebly/rev

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    7. I really liked seeing the cinderella fairytale presented from the perspective of someone other than Cinderella, and I'm interested in where the series continues from here. It does suffer a bit from what feels like insta-love. If something is set in a regency-type era I'd like to see some good old fashioned courting, which this lacked.

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