Forgiving Lies by Molly McAdams


I've read all of Molly McAdams' novels--except Stealing Harper because Chase was my least favorite character in Taking Chances so I didn't really want to reread that book from his point a view--and I have to say that this is, by far, my least favorite one.

When it comes to Molly McAdams' New Adult stories, I've come to expect a little bit of cheese. The plots are slightly unrealistic in the sake of being romantic, but I've grown to kind of love it.

However, in the this novel, the characters got engaged in a crazy, unlikely small amount of time and I didn't like it. People just don't do that. Fall in love, sure. I can believe that; I want to believe that when you meet the one, you fall in love quickly. But engaged? No. Not unless you're drunk and in Vegas.

I did like Rachel, and I thought she was both relatable and interesting--even though she had the typical tragic life of a New Adult heroine. And Kash was the typical bad-boy heart-throb with a soft side. It was cliche at it's finest, amusing but overdone.

Forgiving Lies was McAdams' first book that took me more than three days to read--it took six months. It just didn't get my attention or my love like the others did. And even though it ended on a cliffhanger, I don't think I'm going to read the sequel.

My Rating: ★ ★ ★

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