Over 4 million Adele Parks books sold worldwide including LIES, LIES, LIES and I INVITED HER IN!
"Utterly engrossing and brilliant"— Lucy Foley New York Times bestselling author of The Guest List
It was supposed to be the lottery win they’d always dreamed of…
For fifteen years, Lexi and Jake have played the same six numbers with their friends. Over drinks, dinner parties and summer barbecues, the three couples have discussed the important stuff—kids, marriages, careers—and they’ve laughed off their disappointment when they failed to win anything.
But then the unthinkable happens. There’s a rift in the group. Someone is caught in a lie. And soon after, six numbers come up that change everything forever.
Lexi and Jake have a ticket worth millions. And their friends are determined to claim a share.
#1 Sunday Times bestselling author Adele Parks returns with a riveting look at the dark side of wealth in this gripping tale of friendship, money, betrayal and good luck gone bad…
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I Invited Her In
Lies, Lies, Lies
This exhilarating, shrewdly observed tale about morality and greed from Parks (Lies, Lies, Lies) focuses on three English couples. Lexi Greenwood and her husband, Jake, who live with their two children in Little Chester, scrape by on their modest earnings. For 15 years, Lexi and Jake have gotten together every week with Peter and Carla Pearson and Fred and Jennifer Heathcote, who live in posh Great Chester, for dinner and their group-flutter on the National Lottery. Year in and year out, they have played and lost. One fateful evening, the Pearsons and the Heathcotes declare the lottery is for losers and they will no longer take part. Out of habit the following week, Lexi buys a ticket and plays their regular numbers, winning 17.8 million. The other couples feel they deserve a share. The ensuing lawsuits, double-dealing, secret trysts, and fistfights devolve into cruelty, kidnapping, and fraud. Elegant, quietly witty prose helps speed along the twisty plot. Anyone who thinks winning the lottery Those curious about the downside of winning it big will be entertained.
Pushed to finish….
I pushed myself to finish this book……other than Toma and Logan, the characters were truly loathsome. Quite a disappointing read.