Shoot Me: A Lie To Me Novel by Lynda Filler – Review by Karyn Taylor

Shoot Me (Lie to Me #2)Shoot Me by Lynda Filler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Shoot Me is the second book in the Lie To Me series by Lynda Filler and it follows on straight from where the first book Lie To Me ended. Well, 3 weeks after the first book ended. You could technically read this book as a stand-alone but I’d strongly advise that you read Lie To Me first as this book will make much more sense if you have read what preceeds this story.
I struggled a bit with the first book and gave it 4 stars as it was written from many points of view. This book is written from the point of view of only a few characters and thus I found it much easier to follow and therefore enjoyed this book much more. Not saying that I didn’t enjoy the first book as I did. I just enjoyed this one more.
This book starts with Layla still mourning the end of her relationship with Mateo and struggling to move on. When she receives a call from her publisher offering her a deal to write another 2 books as they loved her first one so much, she moves to Guadalajara to research her next book. Here she gets caught up in the seedy world of cartels and often finds herself in danger. She makes many new friends, most of which are male, and continues to ‘indulge’ herself in hot young men.
I really enjoyed the journey that the author took me on in this book and hope that there will be more to come from the Lie To Me series.

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