The Lies We Tell
By Elizabeth Dunk
What makes Todd a hero in my eyes is not his willingness to accept he was wrong about Sia and make amends; not his desire to take care of Sia and her family; nor his acceptance of and support for gay men (although the latter almost wins). No, what makes Todd a hero for me is the efforts he’ll go to to make Sia’s sexual fantasies come true.
When Todd meets Sia, his thoughts about her are influenced by his belief she was responsible for the events that led to his father’s untimely death. Once he realises that isn’t true, his thoughts are then influenced by Sia’s very playful sexuality, something he’s more than willing to go along with.
go all the one way – Sia does her bit for Todd too. But at the end of the book, it’s Sia’s list that’s been fulfilled. Although I daresay Sia won’t waste her time finishing Todd’s list for
Regardless of what you want from your sex life, the ultimate aphrodisiac is a man who wants to give you that. That’s why Todd Lansing is such a hunky hero.
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Ten years ago, Todd Lansing stood over his father’s grave, his heart thumping out curses on Sia Collins for causing his death. When he returns to Oberon and sees Sia again, his heart
thumps with a different emotion, one he fights with all the anger he still feels.
Sia didn’t commit the break-in that ended up killing Mr Lansing, but to admit that would send her father to jail. She has rebuilt her life in the small town, atoned for her accused crime, and carved out a niche using her talent with paint to reach out to the community, raise funds, and support her family.
When Todd finds out the truth, he can’t understand why Sia won’t speak out and clear her
name, and it threatens to tear them apart. With her relationship with Todd on the line, will Sia choose loyalty or love?
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