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Lies

Written by: Aleatha Romig
Length: 9 hrs and 37 mins
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The twisted and intriguing storytelling that you loved in Consequences and Infidelity continues with an all-new alpha anti-hero in the dark romance series Web of Sin, by New York Times best-selling author Aleatha Romig.  

I am...  

That’s no longer an easy statement.  

Who am I?  

Since Sterling Sparrow, a man so handsome he takes my breath away and so infuriating he pushes me in ways I’ve never known, came barreling into my life like a category five hurricane, I can’t even finish that simple statement.  

In 26 years I’ve lived three lives - been three different people.  

Renee. Kennedy. And now, Araneae.  

They say that I was named after the spider to make me resilient.  

Sparrow would then be a bird.  

Birds eat spiders.  

I prefer to consider myself a cat. It ups my chance of surviving the world I’m now living.  

Maybe that’s only wishful thinking because according to Sterling, my number of lives is running out.  

There are people who want to harm me, to learn the secrets they claim that I possess.  

The only person to offer me protection is Sterling Sparrow.  

Can I trust a man who willingly put me in the sight of danger?  

What is real?  

What are lies?  

Have you been Aleatha’d?  

Lies is book two of the Web of Sin trilogy.

©2018 Aleatha Romig (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • suesun
  • 2018-12-05

Love

I love this series! The narrators are great and the story is fantastic. Ms. Romig’s ability to weave a great tale never lets me down. Now we wait for the next installment!

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  • Mishy
  • 2018-12-21

Lukewarm

I am SUCH an Aleatha fan but the slow moving predictable nature of this one is a disappointment. I’m hoping that volume 3 takes a great turn. I’m also completely thrown by the male narrator who’s voice doesn’t sound like a man of power by any means. Even worse is when he attempts to portray Kennedy’s voice. Very disturbing! This is so far a big miss for me.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-12-07

I she cliffhangers so good

I love Aleatha's writing, the way she pulls me in to a story that could very well be plausible in 2018.

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  • Fifi Raymond
  • 2018-12-06

As always...

Well Aleatha, you've done it again. You've pulled my heart strings with all the twists and turns and then left it hanging. I love the characters but I do wish that their voices weren't speaking for the other characters. It would have been beautiful to have each voice speak for themselves even when being told by another character but nonetheless, the story is a web of intensity and I LOVE IT!!!!!!

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  • Charmaine
  • 2019-06-26

ummmm

there is a reason why listeners drop off after every book in this series...IT DRRRAAAAAGGGGGSSSS, this book could have been combined with the first one. I feel like she tried too hard to make this a trilogy...ITS NOT.

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  • Alin
  • 2019-06-26

phew

struggled to finish is more apt.
idiotic heroine, exasperating exchanges between main characters. I had to fight the urge to skip chapters. story tends to drag. bith narrators did just that narrate. I enjoy my books when I actually escape into the world of the characters and forget it's being narrated. this book is not it for me.

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  • Shoe Monger
  • 2019-05-29

Bk 2 Lies

In Aleatha Romigs 2nd book Sterling Sparrow slowly enlightens Renee/Kennedy/Araneae who she is. There are people attempting to kill her and she doesn't know who or why. While Sterling seems to be the only person she can trust, he's also a very dangerous and controlling man.

As much as I enjoyed this story, the one thing that somewhat irritated me was how Sterling doesn't lie to Renee, but he doesn't tell her the full truths. He claims she's strong but doesn't seem to give her enough information about herself to embarrass her own past.

At the same time Renee comes across as a strong woman, but then only wants to learn bits and pieces of her own story at a time. For this reason I wasn't as happy with book 2.

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  • Rachel T
  • 2019-05-12

Love the book

Not so much the audio. The male narrator did a terrible female voice and the female narrator wasn’t much better. I think it would have been better in duet.

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  • Ginger
  • 2019-03-20

Conflicted truths

Lies, Web of Sins book 2, by Aleatha Romig.
The story is still conflicted on why Araneae was abandoned as a baby, or was she. What is lies what is truths, and what about Sterling’s and Araneae future, who wants her dead?
As always Aleatha keeps you intrigued and you must move on to the next story to get answers, so on to Promises.

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  • Crystalew
  • 2019-03-18

Rate Balancing (A hard listen)

My low review is because I could not in good conscience contribute to the book being rated so high. With that said this book is not terrible but definitely lacking the ability to fully pull me in because of the banal H/h cheesy dialogue and insta-love reactions. I'm pretty sure that I have listened to all of Aleatha books. I don't believe that I have disliked her characters as much as I have in this one. Since I'm familiar with her books I'm aware that they are usually dark romances, it comes to me as no surprise that Sterling wasn't going to be the most likeable man. As far as I can tell his looks and money are only thing that makes her attracted to him. What is killing this story for me Kennedy/Aranee. I'm am aware that for books like this to work the h has to be somewhat foolish but my God she is as vapid as they come. What confuses me more is the level of trust she was willing to give him when he was threatening her best friends life. The author tries to makes her seem accomplished and sassy but in the end that makes her seem worse because she really seems to lack backbone.
As always I am intrigued with the real story however I find the coupling is cringeworthy and frustrating because I had to endure it because the h would be in a position to get answers only to push it aside to muse and act on he musings. I wouldn't not recommend but I don't think it deserves high praises. You may be able prepare yourself properly if you're like me and find yourself wondering if you listened to the same book as the 5 star reviews.