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Liar began where Compulsive left off with Gray giving Daniel space and herself time to become independent without relying on a man. The same characters as before made up this story. The tone was different this time around with Gray seeking therapy from a different counselor. Dr. Harrison was released of his duties as a doctor and was able to embrace his relationship as a man with Gray. Daniel still had some hesitation and tried to resist Gray but in the end he caved and chased the fun that life had to offer. These two characters had a beautiful progression.
Gray was Daniel and Nathan's salvation against the guilt and pressures of life. Nathan had more of a presence in this story to test the resolve of Gray's faithfulness. It's refreshing to have a female character that catches the eye of every man. Usually it's the male character. Daniel was very intimate with Gray creating a very sensual feeling.
In Compulsive I had not noticed the attraction as a honest means with Daniel I thought Gray was manipulating Dr. Harrison for her six month obligation. I can clearly distinguish the true desire in Liar. Hidden in plain sight was a romantic interest between a doctor and patient that created Dr. Harrison to question his professionalism as a therapist. Gray had mental instability and insecurities yet her physical appearance created a facade of normalcy. Gray lost family members but she found herself a new family with great friends.
The parallels of these two characters lives was an unexpected surprise. Lia chipped away at my heart piece by piece dishing some happy memories only to placate me for a short period of time before dishing out the sadness. The main characters went back and forth with their guilt of loss leaning on each other then pushing away from each other.
Liar was about Gray dealing with her past by seeking therapy in a progressive way. Liar was the story that actually unveiled the lies that were hidden in Compulsive. It was quite shocking to discover the truth behind the lies. I had not seen that one coming. Instead of the truth setting Gray free she spiraled into the darkness. Dr. Harrison was torn once again between the man and the therapist.
“I had learned to lie to protect myself. From memories. From pain. From feeling anything at all, because shutting it out was easier than trying to filter out the bad”
Excerpt From: Fairchild, Lia. “The Liar Series (Duet Boxed Set).”
While the entire premise of both books was based on this lie and concept the beauty in which Lia crafted the story around this concept was the real draw. The story encompassed so much more than I thought. Lia wrote a full rounded story of characters who were on the edge of darkness and brought into the light.
I really enjoyed finally learning more about Daniel’s past and what has made him who he is. I finally understand why he continually pushed Gray away and why he closes himself off so much.
Poor Gray, she really had a hard time and life growing up, pretty much all the way until Daniel and Alyssa came into her life. I think my favorite thing about this book is that Daniel doesn't give up on Gray ever. No matter how much she tries to push Daniel away or revert back to old ways, he stands by her through everything. And that really shows a great amount of Daniel’s character.
I also really liked seeing more of Gray and Alyssa's relationship evolve. Gray truly cares about her and is such an amazing mother figure to her. It was really nice seeing more about Alyssa's life and how dependent she is on Gray for love and support.
One of the reasons I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 is I wished I had more closure to Nathan and Gray’s story. I feel like the storyline with them just kind of ended and didn't have enough going on to really develop it in this book.
Even though I was given this book for my review, I would read more by this author. I enjoy her books and after balling like a baby in the first book, I definitely look forward to more from her.
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