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Summary

My first mistake? Causing the h-o-t Frenchman a concussion. My second? Telling the hospital staff that I was his girlfriend. In my defense, he didn’t speak English. My third? Taking him home and letting him sleep in my bed. I never said I was Florence Nightingale.

He gave me a night I’ll never forget, but when I wake, he’s already gone. I tell myself it’s his loss, that I wasn’t expecting him to stay forever anyway, and my life moves on. I get a new job. A fresh start in a new country, and I stop counting my mistakes. Until those striking green eyes meet mine across the office, and it all comes rushing back. 

But he’s not that man anymore. Gone are his jeans and his playful attitude. Rich and powerful, he’s now sin in a suit. And his English is perfect. Were his kisses also lies? His caresses meaningless? I feel like such a fool - I want to wrap my hands around his neck. Though not to hug him, because the man is a force of nature. A master manipulator. He’s also my new boss. And I already hate him. 

The biggest lies are the ones we tell ourselves.

©2020 Donna Alam (P)2021 Donna Alam
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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Frustrating!

Invested over 15 hours into this audiobook for literally nothing exciting to happen until the last 2 chapters when it all just felt extremely rushed to get the book over with.

The premise was great, I loved the idea of the story, but felt like we got a lot of repetitive mundane day to day life moments, which probably took up half of the book.

Narrators were superb considering they have 3 different accent (French /English/southern American), couldn't fault the performance at all.

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A perfect romance for a perfect couple.

Donna Alam is fast becoming one of my favourite authors and the addition of Liar Liar into the audiobook realm was perfect. We all need to spend a little time with a sexy Frenchman in our ears.
Remy Durrand and Rose Ryan are the perfect couple. They truly are made for each other.
Remy needs someone who will restore his faith in humans, someone who will love him for him and not his bank account or last name.
Rose needs someone to lavish her with attention to be there for her and love her. This story is filled with witty banter, hilarious dialogue, sexual tension, and all the delicious, raunchy sensualness we could ever hope for.
I have always had a soft spot for John Lane and Lucy Rivers but they both performed the shit out of Remy and Rose.
I would like to take a moment to appreciate John’s French accent, ooh la la, c’est incroyable. John captured the essence of Remy in the best way possible. Lucy’s portrayal of Rose was fabulous. Rose’s feisty, fun, flirty personality, and the way she is fiercely independent was not only represented but executed to perfection by Lucy.
Donna is becoming quite the master when it comes to taking her books from page to audio, she has a real talent for casting her characters perfectly. I have loved both audiobooks to date and I’m looking forward to seeing more of her work being put out into the audio universe.
I couldn’t have loved Liar Liar more! I laughed, swooned, cried, wanted to kill Remy before going back to swooning over him again. I saw so much of myself in Rose so easily devoured this audio in one sitting.

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M. Baguette

I read this book in 2020 and remember absorbing all the words and getting drawn into Remy and Rose's world. First, I loved their beginning--it is as dramatic as you can get. The change of locale from the US to Monaco and France adds an exotic flair, and I enjoyed the descriptions and interactions with the secondary characters. Rose is really kept in the dark for much of the story, while Remy has secrets swirling around him, which makes for an interesting dynamic. The tension in the plot builds slowly and I really loved the conclusion, which tied up the everything that had been alluded to during the story. The narrators: this was dual narration. I think Lucy Rivers had an easier job than John Lane on this one. John had a number of accents to do, and I think they both did a really good job. The one thing I noticed that occasionally got me confused was that John, while voicing Rose, would slip into a Kentucky accent (in the beginning of the book, it says that when Rose is under pressure, the Kentucky in her slips out). As a listener, I thought there was a new character, or was wondering why he started talking that way. It took me out of the story. I heard Lucy do this too, but her accent was much softer and more subtle. Overall, it didn't affect my enjoyment too much at all.

I was gifted a copy of this audiobook. This is my honest review, provided voluntarily.



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  • Jodi
  • 03-03-22

Swoony, Second Chance Romance!

Liar Liar by Donna Alam was a swoony second chance romance that I absolutely loved! Remy and Rose have quite an interesting first encounter which only leads them on one whirlwind steamy journey to finally find their own HEA. I adored the setting (Hello, Monaco!) and all the characters (Fee!) in the book! Donna has this way of making you feel every bit a part of her character’s world. This is my second audiobook from Donna, and each one keeps getting better and better.

This audio is narrated by John Lane and Lucy Rivers. These two were the perfect pairing for Remy and Rose. Lucy Rivers is an audio delight as Rose. Her ability to switch between so many different character voices and accents flowed seamlessly, and helped me completely lose myself in the story. Lucy also portrayed Rose's fierce, passionate, and determined personality brilliantly! John Lane's portrayal of Remy's arrogant yet swoony persona was spot on and performed in a dreamy French accent! Both John and Lucy's performances of Rose and Remy's magnetic chemistry was HOT!

Overall, I enjoyed this story in audio. If you love a second chance romance with a hot Frenchman in a suit, a sassy heroine who goes after what she wants, loyal friends, Monte Carlo, all the accents, a memorable one night stand, super hot steamy times, secrets, ulterior motives, chocolate male appendages, baguettes, deception, glamorous apartments, extravagant galas, and a sweet, satisfying, redeeming HEA, then you will love Remy and Rose's story! I'm looking forward to more from Donna Alam!


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  • Aunt G
  • 10-03-22

Pants are not the only thing on fire!

I enjoyed this book. The dual narration was very welcome and I found the voices easy and pleasing to listen to. The story was a combination of emotion, drama and humor. I liked Remy and Rose but did have a couple issues with them. In spite of that, this was a fun romance to listen to.

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  • April McVay
  • 07-03-22

Sometimes good. Sometimes not.

Donna Alam is a new to me author this is only the second book of hers that I’ve listened to. While this story had way to much introspection at times, the story was very good. Narrators John Lane and Lucy Rivers did a good job but. I expected better from both. At times Remy’s accent made it so difficult to understand that I almost gave up, but I’m glad I finished. Remy and Rose’s story is not really believable, but that’s the reason I read. I want something that takes me out of normal and believable. There are many secrets and some suspense. I’ll probably listen to it again at some point to see if it’s better the second time around.

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  • Kate W.
  • 26-09-22

Give me More John Lane!

I really enjoyed the audiobook for Liar, Liar. Donna Alam really hits that fabulous balance of humor and romance. Rose and Remy capture you right from the start and you can't help but get caught up in their story. One can only hope to find a partner who lives them as Remy loves Rose. John Lane does a fabulous job narrating with a French accent. He seamlessly slides between characters. Lucy Rivers made Rose a bit too whiny in some parts, hence my 4 stars instead of 5. Overall, a good, soap-opera like romance with an HEA.

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  • Alice Arlene Shell
  • 25-07-22

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Was very pleasantly surprised, loved the narration and the characters. Would recommend this book!

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  • SmilingJade
  • 25-06-22

A struggle to the end

I only purchased this audible because I started reading this book and was so bored by how stereotypical the heroine, Rose, fell for Remy. It was predictable, plus the French accent was quite annoying at times. Not one of Donna’s best…The narration was good though.

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  • JamieKoep
  • 30-03-22

This was a miss for me

For some reason I just could not connect with this one. I loved the blurb and it started out pretty well. But then as the story went on I just found I didn't care what happened. It felt really long and wordy and maybe I just wasn't mentally in the right place to give the story the attention it required. It's not terrible...it just wasn't great either.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-03-22

Ok but....

I wanted to like this story but it was long and drawn out and really didn't have any substance to it. FMC was kind of childish and a little annoying, she was insecure. The MMC accent was horrible. I kept waiting for something big to happen. I struggled to finish the story and still at nothing exciting happened. It was a waste of a credit/money for me.

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  • Fredrica Rowland
  • 27-03-22

Fell Short compared to Never Say Forever

Lair Lair did not hold up to the great expectation I had for it after reading Never say Forever. This book follows Rose and Remy's story, which I found weird that it came out AFTER Never Say Forever. THIS BOOK SHOULD BE READ BEFORE NEVER SAY FOREVER. You learn of alot of the backstories from characters you met in never say forever, which makes it alittle confusing in the beginning to keep track of the timeline. Until you realize Carson and Fee (from Never say Forever) are not really together that much in this one.
The narrators: John Lane and Lucy Rivers were not mindblowing amazing. They were both decent, but had minor flaws, mostly during the opposite sex narration roles.
No cliffys, standalone.

This was an ALC Review of this title.

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  • Susan K. Quinn
  • 11-03-22

Tootsie Goes to Monte Carlo

The story is great, but I couldn’t get the image of Tootsie out of my head (or Jack Lemon from Some Like it Hot) when Remy was narrating Rose’s dialogue!