British ad exec Dylan Locke isn't looking for love. He isn't looking for fate. He's definitely not looking for Audrey Lind. She's pretty, far too young, and overly romantic--in short, exhausting.
But when the girl, young enough to be his daughter, literally lands in his lap and asks for his expertise, he'd be lying if he said he wasn't interested. In her body, in her innocence, in her philosophy.
In the kind of kismet that starts with kisses.
But Audrey isn't looking for love either--she's looking for lessons, and she's certain Dylan knows everything she needs to learn.
If he agrees to play the teacher can he keep his heart?
Of course he can.
Then again, he might be lying.
This was a short fast paced read but it certainly doesn’t take away from the punches it packs.
Dylan & Audrey are like 2 moths gathering to the same lust fueled flame 🔥
One shouldn’t be tempted & the other shouldn’t be tempting.
One click & come and join the fire that surrounds them both.
Laurelin Paige has done it again folks: SWEET LIAR WAS AMAZING!
Sweet Liar was everything I hoped it’d be and more; it had all I’ve come to expect from a Laurelin Paige story - a hooking storyline, fun and relatable characters, and sizzling chemistry between those characters that’ll leave you a gasping mess. But more so it had all I’ve come to know and love from a story set in her Dirty Universe - a hero who is dirty filthy rich, a heroine who is fierce and fiery to the core, and a unique storyline that sucked me in from the very beginning.
It’s a story I’d been highly anticipating to read ever since that moment in Dirty Filthy Rich Love when Audrey let slip that she’d kissed Dylan Locke, a man who’s not just co-CEO of the company her sister works for, but a man who is also twenty years her senior, and THAT right there was the kind of story I wanted to read. Though I’ll admit, I’m always hesitant TO read age-gap romances, mainly because the ones I’ve read before in the past have ended up being huge disappointments. But I think it’s safe to say - going by my five star rating - that I was NOT disappointed with all that Laurelin delivered here in Sweet Liar.
An age-gap romance that’s also a swooning Daddy-foreplay romance is what this novella is all about, one that, at first, had me howling with laughter (mainly at Dylan’s cluelessness), before then leaving me a gasping mess at the chemistry that only ever continued to grow between these two characters the more it is their story went on - their funny, unique, dirty, filthy, and just downright sexy story.
And it’s a story that I just truly could not get enough of, and told in a dual POV, this quick read is one you are guaranteed to devour if you’re a fan of Laurelin’s and her works, or if you’re just a general lover of dirty, filthy, age-gap romances. And now? There honestly isn’t anything else to say other than: Bring on Sweet Fate! And just in case you’re wondering, Sweet Liar doesn’t end on a cliffhanger, but it DOES end with an open-ending and a guarantee of more to come, and I am now counting down the days until I’m able to get Sweet Fate in my hands, because Sweet Liar... It was just one fantastic book; one I absolutely adored, and one I truly did not want to see have to end.