“A ferociously funny sey read.” –Redbook “A humorous mixture of romance, mystery, and mayhem. A winner!” –Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times. Tell Me Lies. Maddie was coping pretty well with the adultery, the embezzlement, and the blackmail. Then her old boyfriend came back to town. Tell Me Lies: Chapter One. One hot August Thursday afternoon, Maddie Faraday reached under the front seat of her husband’s Cadillac and pulled out a pair of.

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Published July 11th by St. Trying to suck out some sympathy for Brent? It was claustrophobic and every single character hated it, but no one seemed willing to leave. To Romance or Not to Romance? Her husband is having an affair and a divorce is coming. A rell but sadly, not surprising. May 18, Emily rated it it was ok.

Crazy for You / Tell Me Lies by Jennifer Crusie

Well written, but I just couldn’t get into this book. View all 6 comments. I sort of knew I wasn’t going to love this book because it’s one of her earlier ones. Her legion of fans who have helped make her a household name are a testament to her success. I just adored that. Active characters, confusing neighbors,bad guys and gals using each other to gain money or fame or some sort of satisfaction. I hated that part. The prominent citizen happened to be former ‘big man on campus’ who married ‘most popular good girl’ who actually was attracted to ‘bad boy’ who it turned out wasn’t really ‘bad boy’ just ‘honorable boy who defended others with his fists’.


I cannot say it enough, I love Jennifer Crusie.

Full of way too much stuff and random details and just too much filler. CL was barely a character, he was nothing. A great, fun read. And will Maddie ever learn to let go and just be happy?

I don’t know, ok to read but wasn’t amazing in my opinion. Someone planted the murder weapon gun in her car. I was pulled into this book with the first sentence when Maddie finds a pair of black lace panties in the front seat of her husband’s car. L This was my first Jennifer Crusie read, and I was pleased with it for the most part.

I did find her a bit stupid at the start, she was so obsessed about the town, about what other people thought about her, and she was so heavily influenced by her mother. CL, the hero is too good. So the copyright date made me think I wasn’t going to love it, but the beginning of the book is pretty darn good! You get a Jennifer Crusie romance! And in the meantime, there was chocolate. You get two fantastic novels in one volume!

Crazy for You / Tell Me Lies

All hell breaks loose when the sheriff calls Maddie to tell her that Brent has been murdered. But finally, she does find what she wants with C.

An enraged and reckless Maddie decides to turn the clock ttell and recreate those passionate moments she once shared with C. I’ve never lived in a small town, I’ve always moved not only city, but country, so don’t have that kind of bond to a place and people.


Apr 28, Susan Kelley rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Kathleen rated it really liked it Apr 03, I’ve read several of her books and really enjoyed them, but this one had a small town gossip undercurrent that started to bug me fairly soon into the book.

She also gets her man.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! Jenny lives on the Ohio River where she often stares at the ceiling and counts her blessings. I liked Maddie and C. Having lived in Frog Point, Ohio her entire life, Maddie figured there was hardly a secret in town that she didn’t know. Bu I love a lot of what Jennifer Crusie has written for funny, light reads — my favorites are probably Bet Me and Welcome to Temptation, but a lot of the others are also very entertaining.

I’d say this book belongs in a special subset of chick-lit that I like to call “adultery-lit. A fun read, I’d recommend to anyone who wants a bit of light-humor with a twist of sass. Tori rated it it was ok Jul 24, Who’s doing the cheating?