Book Reviews of Tell Me Lies

Tell Me Lies
Tell Me Lies
Author: Claudia Dain
ISBN-13: 9780843946925
ISBN-10: 084394692X
Publication Date: 3/2000
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Dont be put off by the hokey bookcover. This is a very clever premise for a novel. I thoroughly enjoyed right from the beginning and finished in one sitting. The first I've read from this author and I loved it, I was tempted to keep in my 'permanent' library.
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Helpful Score: 2
They were pirates--lawless, merciless, hungry. Only one way offered hope of escaping death, and worse, at their hands. Their captain must claim her for his own, risk his command, his ship, his very life, to take her.

And so she put her soul into a seduction like no other--a virgin, playing the whore in a desperate bid for survival. As the blazing sun descended into the wide blue sea, she was alone, gazing into the eyes of the man who must lay his heart at her feet...

This was a wonderful love story. I have never read a book with Claudia Dain's unique touch. Her writing style is different but very intriguing! I very much enjoyed Lydia & Dan's story. It is one of true love, lies, betrayal, danger and piracy. Highly reccommended!
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Helpful Score: 2
Wonderfully sexy tension,will he, will she, yum
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Helpful Score: 1
In this book Lydia is stuck on a boat full of pirates and finds she must seduce the captain of the ship to take her as his own so he can protect her from the crew and their interested looks. Its a great book that I got a a friend and so has been well read but cared for. I would be happy to let someone else enjoy it.
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I've had such a good time reading this book. Definitely a real page turner for me. The pirate, Dan is haunted of the memories of the woman he held captive, Lydia. Such a captivating love story I've thoroughly enjoyed.