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I end the book wanting more from Annie, wanting more from Fia.
So I am not a fan of the back and forth between the future and the present settings and the alternative point of views, which always leave me a bit confuse.
I think that he might have been in Mind Games briefly (don’t quote me on that, I honestly don’t remember) but we get to know him a lot better in this book.
Mind Games→ 3 stars | Perfect Lies→ 4 stars
I received Perfect Lies for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Read more
(This review can also be found on my book review blog sparereads.com)
The first thing you should know is that I absolutely loved MIND GAMES. Read more
Much better than the first one. I am really glad I stuck to reading this. Cole is my favorite. I love tough men who are soft and delicate when they need to be <3 and I love... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tayla Anderson Robichaud
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I love Kiersten White’s stories. Read more
I enjoyed the second part of the series as much as the first, with the same varied perspectives and leaps in time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by CF
*I received a free ARC of Perfect Lies from HarperCollins UK Children’s via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review*
Perfect Lies starts up right after the ending of... Read more
After really enjoying Mind Games, I was hoping for the same line of action and intrigue with the sequel. While I did enjoy some parts, for the most, it just didn't feel the same. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Vi the Vi3tBabe
WARNING: This review may contain spoilers from the first book, Mind Games. You’ve been warned!
I just found out that this is the last book in the Mind Games series, and... Read more