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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Review - Poison, Lies and No Win Choices by Brenna Lyons


Title: Poison, Lies and No Win Choices

Author: Brenna Lyons

Publisher: Phaze Books

Buy Poison, Lies and No Win Choices Here


Rating: Gotta To Read


Reviewed by: Lupa


Once upon a time, long before Edward met Amber and Darren met the step-sisters, there was another Bride Ball...the fateful night that started it all.

It started out as a lark, an aphrodisiac delivered to the wrong person. It escalated into more, a punishment that caught two innocents in the web of deceit. When all was said and done, one man would be falsely accused of a crime even he can't be certain he didn't commit, and one woman would become an outcast in society. How can such a travesty ever be made right?

The long-awaited sequel to Bride Ball.


I fell in love with this family and with this world when I read Brenna Lyons’ Bride Ball, and when I saw that the next volume had been released I was frothing at the mouth to get my hands on it. To put it mildly I was not disappointed.

One quick note: This is a prequel to Bride Ball in that it occurs before the events in Bride Ball but the way it is written it is a wonderful stand alone story in itself.

The main focus of this volume is on Matthew and Sira, although the elder brother Benjamin and his lady Alana are also very much a part of the story.

My favorite character of the story was Sira. She is such a delightfully well developed character that you cannot help but want to snuggle up and hug her.

I loved the fact that all the things hinted to in Bride Ball were addressed in Poison, Lies and No Win Choices. The cause for the changes in the laws as well as the family wide resentment of Moria are clarified in this story.

As always Brenna Lyons has woven a tale of passion, love, confusion and resolution in a way that only she can.

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