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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Jill Parnell is called into the conference room to meet with her bosses. Her last five years have been for this moment. Her boss had stepped down and she was going to be promoted. Life didn't get any better than this. She soon finds out that the partners had hired on of their nephews to fill the position.
Five years wasted. She contacts a friend's fiancee who happens to be a therapist. Kirsten meets her at the hair salon; she has her stylist cut and highlight her hair, tells her to go get a fun dress to wear at the wedding and then tells Jill she needs balance in her life and have fun. Jill goes to the wedding and meets a competitor who is interested in hiring her but wants to make sure she has a life outside of work so she pretends to be dating the hot sexy best man that had flirted with her earlier. He agrees to be her boyfriend for the night, including one hot kiss on the dance floor.
Ryan Shaw has just been hired by his uncle to take over the Managing Attorney for the Personal Injury Department. He has worked hard for this position and was thrilled to get the chance to take over. The week end before his first day he attends the wedding of his best friend and meets the woman he has searched for all his life. After an amazing night and a kiss that knocked his socks off he discovers Jill was the woman who was suppose to get his promotion.
A journey of two people drawn together in a world that was trying to tear them a part. How can they trust each other. Ryan's a player right? Jill's been hurt by every man she's known. How can they have a future? It's a great read.
Ryan Shaw met Jill on a common friend's wedding and they hit it off. Another promising job got Jill all excited that she was willing to hire a ten-minute boyfriend just to impress a possible new colleague. After she realized who Ryan was, she needed a plan to put into action, and she'd do everything to make it happen.
I'd like to call this story, It Started With A Kiss, because that's how I saw Jill and Ryan's partnership started. But after reading the entirety of this lawyer romance, Driven to Date is indeed the deserving title. I loved how Jill had pursued her plans and showed so much drive to achieve her goals, by changing the person she initially was. I liked that she was open to criticisms and listened to pieces of advice even if it tore her heart. Ryan Shaw was the ideal man, despite getting called a player or someone with a short attention span for ladies. He had proven that there was more to him than meets the eye, and he always got me with his buttercup charisma.
Susan Hatler, as always, make the readers swoon and feel in love with her stories and characters. I loved that this one has clean, slowly burning romance that got me giddy like a teen. Jill and Ryan may have driven me crazy with their complicated love affair, but I was more than happy to plead guilty for being crazy in love.
Great about her books is that the characters find love at ages beyond twenty, and have decent second chance romances.
Despite pain and betrayal by some folks who should have stood by her, this heroine finds new interest in life, social works, new career opportunities and even love.
Somehow cool without being too corn syrupy.
I love Hatler's strong women, and the connections her character make with other women, family and friends.
The guy is gravy on top of the new balance she finds in her life.
Another humor filled story about more than one kind of love.
The heroines biggest wins are in her friends and her self
Now if only I can myself a Ryan that will endure my scowls, work on winning me over, and help me find my way. Loved him. He proved that just because people perceive something about you that isn't always accurate. Allow time for fun and change. We can definitely change for the right people and circumstances. Enjoyed Jill's journey to self discovery and love. In life all we want is to be happy, but that is up to us on how to obtain it. I enjoy Susa Hatler's series because each story in its own style has a life lesson we all seek for and can relate too. So read the series, have a laugh, sigh over the mistakes they make, and root for the guy that has to win the girl over. ❤️
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Short story that kept me interested . I could guess what was going to happen next but still enjoyed story.