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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The story had a few surprises, a few sweet moments and a few "really?" moments.
There were a few odd components....such as, why was there a mechanical bull and a dunk tank at a black tie event fundraiser.
The story concept was good, the characters were easy to relate to, and the dialogue went pretty smoothly between the characters. All in all, a good read.
Would I recommend this book? Yes if you want a sweet read with no heat.
Would I read more from this author? Most likely. I need to see if there was a previous book to this one, if so, I do want to read it to find out about the other couple in this book.
Ryan is a professional runner (my husband wishes he was one) who had knee surgery. Not knowing what to do with himself he moves back with his mom while he convolesses. He decides to go get his taxes done and meets Tara and he notices more than just her brains.
When Charlie causes trouble, it is Ryan who comes to Tara's rescue. Together they take down the bad guy and fall in love.
Personally, I related much more to Ryan than I did Tara. I'm a runner who recently underwent foot surgery so all of those feelings she describes so well I KNOW. I have felt them myself. I was literally crying when the doctor gave Ryan his prognosis.
Both Ryan and Tara are lost in their own way and I love how each of them recognizes the strength of character and heart in the other. I have a feeling this will be a book I read over and over again.