effects are too strong, and the path they lead you on can be devastating.
only led to another as Lindsay tried to be someone she wasn’t. She wanted just
one moment to pretend she didn’t live the life she had been cursed with.
wanted to live without regret.
wanted to laugh and smile without feeling as if at any moment something or
someone would corrupt that happiness. But all lies have a way of resurfacing.
Those deceitful words can come back to haunt you, leaving you as the one
heartbroken and alone.
taken a trip with a fellow Navy SEAL. Just a weekend away to regroup. Never had
he intended to find the girl who would jumpstart his heart.
to destroy it.
shattered pieces of his trust weren’t the only things he left behind when he
walked away from Lindsay. There was now an innocent life that had been thrown
in to the mix.
Lindsay wasn’t the only one who lied...
were stacked against them. There was someone doing everything they could to
keep them apart.
the truth is told, and those secrets are revealed, they must decide if they
have what it takes…
survive the deceit.
I think Deceitful Choices was a perfect name for this book.
There was a lot of fibbing going on in this book and it wasn’t just one of the
main characters. This book was super angsty (yes, that’s a word) and gut
churning. I loved it!
Zack is a gorgeous, smart and sexy Navy Seal…Hello, what’s
not to like! He lives his life on respect and trust. When he meets Lindsay, he
realizes she’s not like all the other girls that throw themselves at him. She’s
not uptight or only attracted to him because of his job or status. She’s
genuine, or so he thought.
Lindsay is sweet, smart and often ostracized by other girls
around her. She thinks it’s because she doesn’t have the money or the same home
life that the other girls have, but I really think they hate her because she’s
beautiful and has a personality that guys fall for. Being brought up in a home
where her parents hate her, she just wants a different reality for once. One
lie ultimately destroys the one amazing night she had with Zack, utterly
severing whatever could have been.
There is one character in this book, and I will not mention
her name, but I wanted to punch her in the face. She was conniving, deceitful and
the true liar of this whole twisted mess. C.A. did a great job writing her,
because I could not stand this character and I think that’s exactly how she
should have been portrayed.
I can’t get enough of C.A. Harms’ books. With the action,
love, sex, and heartache that go on in her books, I know she’ll fix my heart and
wrap it in a nice bow by the end of the book. The characters are always well
written and the story flows seamlessly. Deceitful Choices is another One-Click