The devil’s in the details when a struggling business owner agrees to marry an enigmatic stranger in exchange for his help.
Liars Like Us by J.T. Geissinger is now live!
A young woman on the verge of bankruptcy.
A mysterious billionaire with an offer that will change her life.
An obsession so powerful, it could destroy them both.
What Callum McCord wants, he takes.
No matter what he has to do to get it.
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Meet J.T. Geissinger
J.T. Geissinger is a #1 international and Amazon Charts bestselling author of thirty novels. Ranging from funny, feisty romcoms to intense erotic thrillers, her books have sold over ten million copies worldwide and been translated into more than twenty languages.
She is a three-time finalist in both contemporary and paranormal romance for the RITA® Award, the highest distinction in romance fiction from the Romance Writers of America®. She is also a recipient of the Prism Award for Best First Book, the Golden Quill Award for Best Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, and the HOLT Medallion for Best Erotic Romance.
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Liars Like Us by J.T. Geissinger
My rating: 5 of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
J.T. Geissinger knows just how I love my fictional men!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌏
Character development: 😠🙃😍😘🥰
The heroine: Emery – she owns a small bookstore and café that has been in her family for years. She has a small eclectic staff of people she considers her family and loves what she does. Though a chain called ValUBooks just opened next door and her little bookstore is in danger of going under, leaving her with nothing and no prospects for the future.
The Hero: Callum – he is a billionaire media mogul. He has a dominant personality, he knows what he wants, goes after it with ruthless intent and always gets it. What he wants now is for Emery to marry him and he is giving it his all and going after her like she was his next business acquisition. He comes from a family with great genetics and has unnaturally good looks and intelligence.
The Story: the book is told from Emery’s point of view, we don’t get to find out what Callum is really up to till it all comes out, though we do get plenty of hints that not everything is like what he tells Emery at the start. He wants her locked into the marriage as soon as possible and does everything he can to make it happen.
“The man can kiss, I’ll give him that. He might be the single most aggravating human to ever walk the face of the earth, and he clearly has control issues and a boatload of secrets, but he sure can kiss.
What an unfortunate development.”
I have to say, I loved this one from the very beginning. I am a sucker for the fake engagement or fake marriage trope, and this one was all that and a bag of chips. Callum was a super handsome and dominant billionaire and Emery was able to put him in his place from the start. She took everything and gave as good back to him from the first meeting. She was one of the most likable and genuine heroines I have read about in a while, and I loved her wit and ability to surprise me.
“Then I have my Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman moment, going from one expensive boutique to the next while every salesperson looks at me in horror as if I’m wearing a dress made of fresh turds.
In each case, it’s incredibly satisfying when I slap that black Amex down on the counter.”
Callum is over the top possessive, dominant, arrogant and he enjoys a bit of kink in the bedroom. He is wealthy and loves to pamper Emery, protect her and give her everything she has ever needed or wanted, he even washes her hair for her in the shower and he is just the kind of Hero I love.
“You can’t hold it against me that I did exactly what you asked me to.”
“No, but I can hold it against you that you’re insane!”
His tone turns reasonable. “I’m not insane. I’m perfectly rational. My ethics are just a little more bendy than other people’s.”
I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.