- File Size: 794 KB
- Print Length: 131 pages
- Publisher: Parajunkee Publishing (March 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XHB1MCC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #987,229 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Liar: Karma Inc. Case 3 Kindle Edition
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I don’t know if this is a continuation error or if I just misunderstood, but I was under the impression that Cassandra had been missing since her disappearance a year ago and that no-one knew what had happened to her. Yes, foul play was suspected, but no-one knew for sure. Here it was sprung on us that her body was in fact found the day after she went missing and she had been brutally murdered. Like I said, maybe I just misunderstood, but as soon as I read that scene my first thought was “Ummm…Wait…What?”.
Moving on, we knew from the previous book that there was something special about Cassidy because she could see through the glamour of a god. In this instalment we learn that there’s at least one other god who is “involved” with her life/afterlife—but we don’t know who—and that she is changing in ways she shouldn’t be.
She spent a lot of time with Drake in this book and they finally take their “relationship” to the next level. She confessed to him who she really is and that she hired him to find out what happened to her. He obviously has some experience with the paranormal because he took her confession extremely well. We know Drake isn’t exactly human, but we still don’t know what he is. I don’t even think he knows what he is; he just knows he’s different.
LIAR is told only in Cassidy’s POV and ends in a cliffhanger. Each book in this series is connected and cannot be read as stand-alones. I don’t know the name of the next book or when it will be released, but I’ll definitely be reading it when it comes out.
I like Cassidy with each book she just keeps getting better and better as she learns that truth about what really happened to her. I like this connection she has with Drake there is just something about him and it works so well. They have this chemistry, that is sizzling, and I'm curious to see how it's all going to play out.
I couldn't wait to dive right into Liar as soon as it came out and had to start it right away. Another installment of Cassidy to deliver karma to those who are so deserving. I love the concept for a character who deals much needed Karma to change those who are headed down the wrong path. The characters are easy to connect with it's hard not to like Cassidy as she navigates her new life. I really enjoyed the authors writing style she does a great job creating a captivating story. While the novels are short they have all the elements for a brilliant story. I loved this installment and can't wait to read the next one.
Meet Cassie, employed by the Afterlife Corporation as a Karma operative.
She's working undercover in the human world to dish out the proper Karma.
And there's her new boss, a goddess, who makes her afterlife difficult.
While Cassie works her cases she has a private investigator hired to investigate her own dead.
Liar can be read as stand alone, but for better understanding I recommend to read Cheat and Shark- book one and two- first.
I greatly enjoyed reading this book. Liar is a fun read.
I loved the NOLA series by Gillian Zane and I love her Karma Inc. series too.
5 Stars and Thank you Gillian Zane!