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Yesterday's Secrets...Tomorrow's Lies by [Lachey, Donnita]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1842 KB
  • Print Length: 408 pages
  • Publisher: CollinRichard Publishing Company; 1 edition (25 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XVGARB2
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Well this book goes down as another of my 2015 Reading Challenge – A Book with a Love Triangle. The question is whether Lauren is going to pick her husband Aaron or her lover Justin.

An interesting read but I felt the book was a bit disjointed in that I wasn’t completely sure who I was meant to be following. After a while it sort of becomes clear that it is the three women (Lauren, Monica and Nikki) and their partners (Aaron/ Justin, Morgan and Brad) that are all interlinked with each other, but then I may be wrong. At some points the book tends to just give you random persons inner thoughts that don’t always link to what has been said, or happened, around it. What would have helped the flow of the story better would have been clearer page divides and maybe name headers as to who that chapter was about. I.e. Lauren, Monica and Nikki as headers and then ****** between sections where you don’t want the chapter to end but you do want to show someone else’s POV or thoughts on something happening outside the scene above/around it. This would have helped the character development more as you would have had a clearer view of who it was about and where they were going.

The first half of the book was stronger than the rest as it was focusing just on Lauren’s life, when it switched to the others in the story it changed dynamics. Having said that there were some good parts within the book and once you get used to the random flow the story does start to take shape. It has a few interesting turns along the way with some questions left open at the end to keep you thinking. Especially with how the book starts as you aren’t completely sure what has happened to Lauren and you aren’t told at the end so you are left wondering.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8de2f36c) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
HASH(0x8d5e5cf0) out of 5 stars Overall an interesting read 14 Oct. 2015
By Sarah Greenwood - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Well this book goes down as another of my 2015 Reading Challenge – A Book with a Love Triangle. The question is whether Lauren is going to pick her husband Aaron or her lover Justin.

An interesting read but I felt the book was a bit disjointed in that I wasn’t completely sure who I was meant to be following. After a while it sort of becomes clear that it is the three women (Lauren, Monica and Nikki) and their partners (Aaron/ Justin, Morgan and Brad) that are all interlinked with each other, but then I may be wrong. At some points the book tends to just give you random persons inner thoughts that don’t always link to what has been said, or happened, around it. What would have helped the flow of the story better would have been clearer page divides and maybe name headers as to who that chapter was about. I.e. Lauren, Monica and Nikki as headers and then ****** between sections where you don’t want the chapter to end but you do want to show someone else’s POV or thoughts on something happening outside the scene above/around it. This would have helped the character development more as you would have had a clearer view of who it was about and where they were going.

The first half of the book was stronger than the rest as it was focusing just on Lauren’s life, when it switched to the others in the story it changed dynamics. Having said that there were some good parts within the book and once you get used to the random flow the story does start to take shape. It has a few interesting turns along the way with some questions left open at the end to keep you thinking. Especially with how the book starts as you aren’t completely sure what has happened to Lauren and you aren’t told at the end so you are left wondering.

I think the one-on-one scenes between the different characters worked better than larger groups as you were more focused on what was happening to them. I liked the scenes between Lauren and Justin and then Lauren and Aaron as they worked well together and you can see the chemistry between them. Lauren is a bit of a neglected wife but you don’t find out the reason for her Aaron pulling away until the end. This gives her an excuse to feel like she can look elsewhere. Justin becomes her form of escape from her regimented life she has set for herself so you sort of see her appeal to him. She still loves her husband and when he starts to show some interest in her again she starts to question what she is doing.

Overall an interesting read but one that you need to concentrate more on so you know what is really happening to who and when. It’s a great effort for her first book though so why not give it a try.
HASH(0x8d5e5d44) out of 5 stars Enjoyed it 10 Jun. 2015
By Page Turners Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book had it all. There was a healthy dose of suspense, drama, sex and secrets. Lauren was a partner in a successful law firm, married to Aaron, also a partner in the same law firm and looking to advance her career. She seems to have everything but nothing is ever how it seems. Lauren and Aaron are having marriage problems and are privately separated but publicly still together. Lauren begins an affair with a paralegal, Justin, and starts a new case which will ultimately put her life at risk. There were several twists and surprises in this story that made you question what you knew and who you trusted. Who was Aaron talking to and sneaking out to see? What was Justin's motive behind this relationship? and Who was out to destroy Lauren? It was hard to put this one down because of the suspense and Lauren and Justin had instantaneous chemistry. I enjoyed this book but especially the ending.
HASH(0x8d60c198) out of 5 stars First time novelist 12 Jun. 2015
By J. McCosker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Where to start...where to start...sadly the characters in this book weren't well rounded. The three main players in this book I knew about as well as I knew the secondary.
I think Donnita was in a little over her head with this story. You went from one characters thoughts to another one who wasn't in the scenes without a page break. There were too many unanswered questions. The biggest one being what was Aarons mystery illness. One day he has six months to live then in the next page it talks about them traveling all over the world hoping to find a cure. A cure for what? I could keep going but I wont.

I give Donnita credit for putting herself out there. It's a scary thing hitting the published button. Unfortunately though I can't give her anything more than a 1 star.

**I was given an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review. Seraphim Book Reviews**
HASH(0x8d60c564) out of 5 stars Secret's plenty 10 Jun. 2015
By Momma Hellmouth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Review of Yesterday’s Secrets Tomorrow’s Lies By Donnita Lachey
My Rating 3 Stars

Debut novel unfortunately fell short for me, but I do believe this author has a story to tell so I give her credit for putting it out there. This held true potential and could have been amazing. Unfortunately I felt I couldn’t get a grip on what was happening the story seemed somewhat disconnected. The flow was off on this story.

I received this ARC from Give Me Books in exchange for my honest review.
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HASH(0x8d60c648) out of 5 stars Good book, Lacking something 11 Jun. 2015
By Melissa Mendoza with Alpha Book Club - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

I'm not sure where to begin with this book. It started out okay, but then it sort of lost me. There were a lot of conversations going on that I wasn't sure about. Certain thoughts were one characters and then it would go to another character. I am sad, I really had high hopes for this book too!
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