The Lie That Binds by Amy Argent – Review by Robin Rankin

The Lie That BindsThe Lie That Binds by Amy Argent
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Lie That Binds

This was a little harder for me to read than I expected once I found out the details of Nathan’s lie, especially since I have two family members who have dealt with this exact situation.   I had several memories come back to me that I hadn’t thought about for years and not many were pleasant.

Holly grabbed me from the beginning.   She is from Amarillo, Texas which is where my father in law is from and she even went to the same high school as he did.  It was a nice little connection which I appreciated and stuck with me throughout the book.

Nathan gave me a lot of anxiety, but it didn’t detract from his personality for me.  I wish he would have expected been honest from the beginning and saved me a lot of stress.

This is not my first book by this author and won’t be the last, though I will need to remember how anxious she can make me at times.

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