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Net of Lies

Net of Lies [Kindle Edition]

Ellen Wolf
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Kate’s life wasn’t the same after the sudden end to her love affair with Raoul Santos two years ago. Now she seems to finally have it all under control again. She has moved on, finding solace in her job at the Stevenson’s Gallery, where she works as an assistant to the owner, Marc. The two of them share more than just passion for art. Only her memories of her affair with the attractive Spaniard prevent her from taking their budding romance to the next level.

Raoul hasn’t forgotten the way Kate broke his heart, leaving without offering him a chance to explain. He’s ready to make sure that she gets exactly what she deserves. The fact that her boss isn’t much more than a criminal certainly helps his cause.

Kate is soon forced to choose between her loyalty to her boyfriend and Raoul, the man who broke her heart two years ago. The right choice might be the only way to avoid being pulled down into the net of lies and manipulations Marc created…

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 286 KB
  • Print Length: 150 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Refined Ink; 2 edition (12 Oct 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005V6BLWO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,376 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable 23 April 2013
By Cody
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Enjoyable read with HEA and no horrible cliff hangers. Personally felt that the story line was a bit unrealistic. But still found the book captivating.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Old but new love! 29 Aug 2013
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The premise for this story was lies and subterfuge based on re kindling a lost love. This story had an old fashioned 1970's Mills and Boon feel to it which was pleasant enough as a quick read.
The reason I have given a three star here was because some of the words and the grammar in this book would have benefited from further editing!

This book would be appropriate I feel for those nostalgic of a previous time.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Net of Lies by Ellen Wolf. 3 May 2013
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Thought the story line was brilliant.... characters strong.... but............what really got me was the amount of errors, in fact that run through all her books... possibly not the authors mistake, but that of the proof reader.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't do it. step away from that button 10 Nov 2011
By E. Case - Published on
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If you enjoy the "big misunderstanding" then you'll love this book. I just finished reading(skimming) this book and I had to warn other readers. After the h has the misunderstanding explained to her(and it's a doozy),she thinks the H is so noble,her world is just fine and everything is perfect. Oh, just shoot me now! I don't know any woman who would have accepted this situation,which her "honey" didn't bother to explain to her ahead of time. I mean really, when would he have had the time. Two women take up a lot of time,and he must of spent some time shopping for the ring. If good writing makes you think and encourages strong emotions and opinions, then this is good writing. However, something should be said about how a book makes you feel. When I was finished reading it, I felt like a big ole rock had flattened me. The autocratic male had won again in the battle with the little woman.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lots of Lies, a Bit of Heat, and some Frustration 14 Aug 2012
By Lovemuffins - Published on
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The storyline involving art theft, Kate's boyfriend and her desire for the man whom she is now helping to catch her boyfriend in immoral acts - pretty good

The heat level - fairly sizzling. very sexy hero.

The big misunderstanding - this was definitely the book's downfall. SPOILER ALERT. Don't keep reading if you don't want to know.

Raoul and Kate's relationship ended when she found out he was engaged to another woman. His explanation was that he HAD to for family honor, but they had already agreed to divorce in 6 months after her baby was born (his cousin being the father, unfortunately cousin dipped out when he found out his gf was preggars). To satisfy family honor and keep the woman safe from her own parents, he HAD to marry her. Unfortunately he didn't explain the situation before Kate found out from his father's lawyer.

Um.... even if he had, SERIOUSLY? What woman is okay with him making SERIOUS vows to a woman that he's planning on divorcing? Heck no. Pay to have her move to the U.S. if you need to get her away from her psycho family. I had very little respect for the heroine after he "explained" and she was all omg of course it's okay I should have given you the chance to explain because that would have been totally fine by me...

Yeah nope.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It was easy and light reading..... 27 Feb 2012
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I've read a couple of books by this author so i know at least the writing is pretty good. I enjoyed reading this book. Will it win awards? Probably not, but it was a nice and easy read on a lazy afternoon. This is the story of Kate and Raoul. They had previously met 2 years ago in Spain. He came from a very wealthy family and Kate was simply a student. They have a very hot and torrid relationship for about 6 months and then she finds out that he was engaged to another woman. She left him without giving him an opportunity to explain or clarify. Two years later, their lives cross path again when Raoul is trying to expose Kate's boyfriend as a thief and corrupt underground art dealer.

Kate was shocked to see the man that broke her heart two years ago. He was still as handsome as before, she couldn't forget how he betrayed her, lied to her and broke her heart. However, her body seemed to have a brain of its own and seemed to reignite the passion they once shared. Raoul wanted to expose her boyfriend and somehow seek revenge towards the woman who broke his heart, left him without looking back and without giving him an opportunity to explain himself. She was going to pay, but when he was close to her, his revenge became a little muddy. She was still the woman his heart and body desired.

This is the classic story of a huge misunderstanding and one where wealth and family meddling separates a couple that were in love. I think we all know how the book ends. It simply seemed that everything was resolved in one single conversation, which should have happened a long time ago. The drama was made to be huge, yet they resolved it with simply talking it out before a party. It was enjoyable, especially for free, but I probably wouldn't put it in my to read over and over again category.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Predictable starcrossed Latin lover scenario 7 Feb 2013
By marilyn gates - Published on
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Although I have enjoyed several of Ellen Wolf's books for their quite well-developed characters and plots, plus patches of fluid writing, Net of Lies was a creaky throwback to the early Harlequin era. An arrogant Latin ex-lover seeking vengence, a naive young student abroad entranced by the milieu as well as by the man, a major misunderstanding about the other woman he feels obligated to marry, an overplot about an employer/boyfriend's art fraud activities entwine in a convoluted and totally unbelievable story line. The reader not only can predict the ending after the first chapter, but also develops little empathy along the way for the starcrossed couple who both come across as, at best, incredibly naive. For me, the story was so implausible that I could not even remember the title an hour after finishing it. Ellen Wolf can do much better.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A page turner 19 Oct 2011
By Aileen McK. - Published on
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I gave this book five stars because it checked all the boxes for me. It was interesting, fast paced and romantic. I enjoyed the metropolitan settings - London and Madrid, which made me feel as if I was there. Since I have been to both places, I was pleased to notice that the author had definitely done her homework and described them accurately, which isn't always the case.

I liked the characters and the plot. Especially the secondary characters made it an interesting read that offered more than just a typical love story - she said, he said... It was a bit unusual and innovative, but after all it is a romance novel and I welcome any plot that hadn't been explored a hundred times before. I asked myself, would any man really act the way Raoul did - saving the honor of his cousin's girlfriend and messing up his own relationship - but in the end it didn't matter, I enjoyed it anyway.

Overall, I really liked it and it made me braver to buy more books on Kindle.
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