Review: Just a little white lie by Lynnette Hallberg

Just a Little White Lie by Lynnette Hallberg
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: ebook, 149 pages
Read: October 14 to 16, 2011
Release Date:
September 12th 2011
Publisher: Carina Press

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Why I Started This Book:

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.


Lucinda Darling thinks she’s ready to get married. Even though Donald doesn’t give her butterflies, the heiress is ready to make her marriage work. She’s got the dress, she’s at the church and her fiancé…is making out with his ex. So Lucinda stuffs her tulle skirts into her tiny sports car and hits the road…only to have her car break down.

Jake Parker knows he’s not ready to settle down. But Grandma Hattie is sick, so, to make her happy, he’s returning home to find himself a fake fiancée. When Jake rescues Lucy from the side of the highway, she goes from runaway bride to temporary fiancée.

Lucy hopes to escape the public eye in small-town Georgia, but she doesn’t expect to fall for Jake’s charming hometown, let alone Jake himself. Soon Jake and Lucy both start to wish their lie were true. But Lucy knows she must stop their pretense before Jake’s family—and her heart—are hurt so badly they’ll never recover.


  • Lucinda Darling
  • Jake Parker

My Thoughts:

I loved Lucinda and how she fought really hard to do what her toll her, going on contrary to her family and friands says. Since the begging I tough she deserved to be happy and fight for what she really wanted. So when things start to get a little creapy with Donald around I cheeared for her, to kick his sorry but.

And Jake is really sweet southern guy, who does everything to save the lady in distress knowing full well her family and what they truly did. At first he didn’t trust her but after awhile he descovers that she is completely different from what he once believed. Another thing I didn’t get it was his father, and what his problem really was, especially after everything they’ve been through.

I loved how all the city accepted her and the gossip really was fast there.

You Might Enjoy This Book If:
Fun romance, in a southern place, great read and super recommend.

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