Joint Review: The Innocent Liar by Elizabeth Finn

innocent liarReviewed by Shelly & Jaimie

Shelly: This is a new to me author and I was very excited when I read the blurb. It sounded like it would be such a good read and it was a good read, but it wasn’t what I expected it to be. When I see ‘a woman hiding from her past,’ I expect great drama and tons of angst; don’t know why, I just do.

Fiona shows up one day at Eli’s store looking for a job. She’s been told that she doesn’t have to do anything for the job – just show up and it’s hers. Well, Eli’s not so easily swayed. Even though he’s doing his father a favor by taking the interview and promising to hire sight unseen, Eli understandably still wants to know something about the person that he’s going to be hiring under the table. These two get off to a rocky start and I found the road they traveled to be somewhat dusty, uneven, and not very scenic (except for the sex scenes). [Read more…]