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This book picks up where The Truth About Lies ended and Cora is left to pick up the pieces. Confused, heartbroken and hurting, Cora is doing her best to move forward while making sure she does what she can to help the people she cares about. Cora is a brilliant character. She’s strong, resilient and a genuinely good person. Her character is very easy to connect with and her emotions come across perfectly. I found her extremely easy to like and I was definitely rooting for her to get her HEA.
Left with plenty of unanswered questions Cora finds herself turning to Drew to help her find the answers she desperately needs. Drew is a constant presence for Cora and even though he has his own agenda, I loved that he stuck around. Cora knows there’s more to their situation than she previously thought and she’s left questioning everything trying to sort the truths from the lies.
This is a really good conclusion to Cora and Penns story. It’s got plenty of action, twists, chemistry and suspense. Questions finally get answered in this book and all I can say is Cora is a more forgiving person than I am. This is a great duet that I thoroughly enjoyed and I can’t wait for more from this author.
Before talking about The Truth Duet, I’d like to mention the book cover and titles which to my mind of thinking, were spot on. Both titles are simply perfect. When lies become truths, when layers of deceit are peeled away only to become cold facts. In The Truth About Lies, the author certainly made me doubt whether her hero’s strategy was the correct one. Saying that, it seemed to me to be a no-win situation whichever way he turned. So why then did I find The Truth About Us more gritty, suspenseful and riveting? Firstly, the truth about the protagonists is revealed after the author cracked the character and plot development in the first book. Now it's time to sit back and really delve into this fast-paced, action-packed story.
Every page kept me on my toes, every chapter made me hold my breath. If the twists are subtle, just wait for the turns! And questions which had been niggling me would be answered. The stunning cover is so very them. I know it sounds terribly cliché…never judge a book by its cover but while reading, all I could see were these two gorgeous people who are made for one each other, who deserved a happy ending. Will they get it? you may ask yourselves. Just wait!
This is a lightish spoiler so for those of you who haven’t these books, please skip this paragraph. The ending in The Truth About Lies wasn’t at all what I’d expected. I honestly couldn’t suss out how Penn got himself out of such a tight spot when I thought he was put out of action. Did I miss something because I’m still wondering! As the whole scenario moved at lightning speed, I had to reread some parts again and was just as confused as Cora. However, later on the pieces fell into place.
The worst possible taint in a family Cora thought was well rid of rears its ugly head. Emotional blackmail not only threatens her loved ones, she’ll do anything to protect them. By now we know she never puts herself first. So, how she’s going to comply with such impossible demands from this manipulative individual was beyond me. He doesn’t simply ask, he takes and then gives back with strings attached. It’s a double-edged sword and someone’s going to get hurt regardless of what she does. She can’t trust a soul and although she puts her faith in Drew, many a time I captured her suspicious mind working overtime, questioning his motives. Certainly, a character to be reckoned with, I have to say how much I liked him. I loved the way he handled the whole debacle, always trying to control, always reassuring.
In steps our hero. Up until now, Cora had been completely left in the dark. In fact, why Penn acted as he did is out of utter devotion. Also, a deep-seated gnawing revenge had to be put to rest. He’s the man, the one who made sure Cora wasn’t going to go without. Neither did he think he’d find happiness but he’d have to fight tooth and nail for a semblance of normalcy. When the cat’s let out the bag, I got a tad upset with Cora. Forgiving Penn isn’t easy, but here he showed me what true love is, that everything he’d done had a good reason behind it, that saving more than one life was his duty.
Martinez spins an angst-ridden highly emotional tale, and although I found myself getting a tad jittery towards the finale, it was definitely worth the wait. I’d highly recommend giving this duet a chance. Bravo!
After reading The Truth About Lies I was so desperate to get my hands on this book, I needed ALL of the answers and I needed them ASAP!
There was a lot of action in this book, but I have to say that I preferred book 1. There was just something about it. It also took me a while to get back into this book after having a couple of weeks gap between reading.
I can't really explain a lot without giving away spoilers and that's the last thing I want to do.
This is definatley 100% a duet I would recommend to anyone. Espcially if you like your romance on the rough gritty side.
There were still a lot of twists and turns that we didn't see coming throughout this book, which definatley kept me on the edge of my seat at times. I felt like everything was going to go wrong, which kept me biting my fingers while reading. I didn't want these characters to suffer anymore bad in their lives. The definatley deserved their HEA.
I loved following Cora and Penn's story and their journey to the happiness that they so deserved. There story shows that you can find love even when you aren't looking for it and it will hit you when you least expect it.
Sometimes I hate reading duets unless both books are out, but because this was a Aly Martinez book I just couldn't say no. And I'm so glad I didn't. There was only a few weeks wait between the books and boy was it so worth it.
I'm really excited that Drew (Penn's brother, sort of) gets his own book next year. I'm super excited to see where his story will go.