That's a Lie CoverVictoria Klahr will be on tour April 20-27 with her novel That’s a Lie

Seth is back.

When he walked back into my life, it almost felt like the pieces of my broken heart could be fixed. I thought we could go back to being best friends, but then I started to feel what I had been blocking out for years. I tried. Boy, did I try! But once I started to let him in, I wanted nothing more than to cross that line from friendship into something more…

Just when I think I can move on and let myself be happy, an ugly reminder from my past comes storming in and threatens to destroy the sliver of hope that’s been growing since Seth came back.

Do I even deserve to be loved?

“I’m not asking to fix your heart. I’m not asking to mend you. I love each and every shattered piece of you. I’m asking that you let me love you. Let me love each piece of your broken heart, and I swear to you I will make up for every heartache you have ever experienced.”

I came back for Josie.

I knew I’d have to fight for her, but with the loss of her dad and the truth about what happened with her and Blake, I quickly realized that making her mine was going to be a lot harder than I first thought. The problem is, I can’t pretend like she’s just my best friend. I can’t pretend I don’t want more.

I’m willing to do anything to get her to admit she has the same passionate feelings for me, because I know once she opens up and stops lying to herself, I can show her what it really means to be loved. It’s a battle of wills, but my love for her is stronger than her will to stop me.

So I fight for her. I fight because I know she deserves it.

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I received a copy of this book from CLP Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review and as part of this book’s blog tour promotions.

There’s something that can be said about books where the author takes you on a journey along with the characters but does it in subtle ways that you don’t realize what’s happened until you’ve already finished the book. This is what happened to me with That’s A Lie.

At first, I was a little wary of it because I don’t usually like cliffhangers. I don’t like having to wait for the next book just to find out what happens next. I got to read the two books right after each other because of the blog tour, but I can imagine how that must if I had to wait for each book to come out just so I can continue the story.

However, I can’t really complain because I quite enjoyed the things that both the hero and the heroine experienced. I feel like I was really there with them, getting a first-hand knowledge of what went on, instead of just being a mere reader. This is why even if this book keeps on teasing me with its endings, I still would say that it’s one of those books you can keep going back to every now and then. Even if annoys you every now and then, it cannot be denied that there’s great entertainment from its story and the author has done a wonderful job of making the plot and the characters as close to reality as they come.




Victoria Klahr (pronounced “Claire”) lives in Elizabeth City, North Carolina with her husband and daughter, Stephen and Alexis. She loves her chug (Pug/Chihuahua), Bandit, and daughter to pieces. She is a huge and proud book nerd who looks at her bookshelf in admiration daily. When she’s not daydreaming about book boyfriends and fantasizing about being a badass heroine like Rose Hathaway, she’s busy doing schoolwork for her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and writing the stories that speak to her in her head. She loves peanut butter with Oreos, good friends, amazing gossip, driving in the middle of merge lanes, comedies, crude humor, pretending like she can dance, pretending like she can kick major ass, and a really, really good laugh.

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