Little Lies

  • by Lila Bruce
  • Narrated by Tia Rider Sorensen
  • 8 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Getting shot was the last thing Lia Broderick expected to happen when she stopped by the bank on her way to work - that and having the gorgeous woman from the coffee shop down the street be the one to rescue her....
FBI Special Agent Dylan McKenzie is a woman with a mission - locate Steven Horton, the witness who could single-handedly bring down the Giametta Crime Family. With Horton hiding from both the mob and the FBI, Dylan and her team are assigned the task of keeping tabs on Horton's ex-wife after mounting evidence leads them to believe he will run to her. Keeping Lia Broderick under surveillance should have been just another day on the job for Dylan. But, when Lia becomes the victim in a bank robbery gone terribly wrong, Dylan has no choice but to break cover in order to step in and save her.
Despite her best efforts to maintain a professional distance from the attractive accountant, Dylan finds herself being reeled deeper and deeper into Lia's life. As the investigation heats up - both under the covers and out - it becomes clear that Lia is the key to finding the evidence that the mob is willing to kill to get their hands on. When Dylan is betrayed by a rogue agent, she suddenly finds herself on the run with Lia, uncertain who she can trust. And as the mob closes in, Dylan realizes that the greatest risk is the one she's taking with her heart.


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Customer Reviews

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The overall story was good and kept my interest through out. I always enjoy this type of drama / romance and this book contained a realistic balance between the main characters growing attractions for each other and fighting to live!. The narration at times was mono in tone yet excellent and expressively acted with the main characters voices which really added emotional depth to any scene.
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- Niki Lorna

Quirky predictable and so so good

What I liked about it was the narrators performance, being able to put exasperation and amusement in voice is a skill and makes this romance so much fun. This would make a great Sunday afternoon movie.
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- Julie C.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-12-2016
  • Publisher: Lila Bruce