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Liar, Liar, Hearts On Fire Paperback – January 3, 2014
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About the Author
Jennifer Zane has lived all over the country--from Georgia to Maryland, New York to Colorado, including an exciting five years in Montana. Her time in Big Sky country was the basis for this book. When she's not writing, she savors the insanity of raising two boys, is figuring out how many meals she can make with a pressure cooker, and teaches a pretty mean karate class. She currently lives with her family in Colorado.
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I love the plot of using an old friend or flame to ward off family members eager to get you off the market, but this book took it to a whole new level.
After a single night of (sort-of) passion years ago, Mike has no choice but to turn to his old friend, Violet, when his mother is intent on fixing him up with her crazy stalker neighbor. And what are friends for? Well, apparently to hop a flight to Alaska and save the day! And Violet is nothing if not a fantastic friend!
The fun starts when Violet gets the call from Mike–while she’s filling in for her sister in the towns only ‘adult’ toy store. Then the plane touches down in Alaska, and the laughs keep on coming. From transportation woes to metal mix-ups, this book will have you in stitches.
Violet and Mike were both likable characters. Violet had her head on straight, and aside from not having a significant other, her life was on a good path. What can I say about Mike–aside from the fact that he was HOT AS HELL?!?!? They had chemistry from the moment they were reunited, and I think one of my favorite parts of the story was that Violet hung onto the past for just a little bit, then let it go and let things happen. I loved that she didn’t spend half the book obsessing about it. It was over, and it was time to move on. She knew that, so she did it. It was a refreshing change of pace for a female character!
Unfortunately for Violet, the thing that tore she and Mike apart the first time is about to threaten them again, but before it does hotness and hilarity ensue!
There was a nice flow to this book. Something was always happening; I didn’t feel as if there was ever a lag. I also felt like while there was a lot of fun, awkwardness, and misunderstandings, there wasn’t a bunch of needless drama. Everything that happened had it’s purpose in moving the story forward.
I definitely recommend this if you are looking for some good laughs and a heartwarming ending!