Ms Stewart has written a story about whathappens when the wiggly little boy grows into a man. A man who fears hisreactions. His decisions. His control. And the woman who wants to understandhim without devaluing him. This is about what happens to the self esteem andimpulse control of the medicated masses when they grow up. I predict this onewill make you laugh, hope, cringe, swoon, and think. I know I did. -The Indie Bookshelf
I felt a very broad range of emotions duringthis read. I have two sons with ADHD and a bipolar mother. To say this was likevisiting family would be an understatement. I felt the extreme highs and lowsthat this author brought this couple through and fell in love with them at thesame time.- Nichole Sizzling Pages Romance Reviews
This book opened my eyes to the controversy surroundingADHD and how many people in our society take it lightly. It is a powerfuldisorder and everyone should brush up on it. -Michelle the Romance Junkie
This was a beautiful story!!
A very well written book. Great, real characters. Greatstoryline and relatable situations. I loved how their relationship developed. Aroller coaster ride of emotions. And what I mean by that is ALL THE FEELS!! -Beatriz Cover to Cover
Before reading this book Ireally didn't know what to expect. I wondered how ADHD would fit into a romancebook and how it would all play out.
BUT Loving the White Liar, exceeded all myexpectations. This wonderful, raw gripping yet beautiful story of love, hurt,happiness, sadness and hope is truly breathtaking.- Sophie Bookalicious BookBabes