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Everyday Lies

Narrated by: Cat Gould
Length: 11 hrs and 26 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Wife. Mother. Liar.

At first glance Emma and Lucie seem very different, but they share an unspeakable vice. Beautiful, wealthy Emma appears to have it all with a loving husband and a seemingly successful life, but a restless craving has driven her to foolish actions. Meanwhile, young widow Lucie is struggling to make ends meet while coping with a troubled five-year-old.

When the law catches up with them they soon discover what they have in common: They lie. A lot.

Punished with community service, Emma and Lucie form an intense friendship, finding an unlikely third ally in Florrie, a septuagenarian who offers wise words and a shoulder to cry on.

But the lies don’t stop. They are hiding their misdemeanours from their loved ones and neither want their shame to come to light. As these unhealthy relationships drive them towards destruction, can they survive the fallout from their deceptions or will their lies destroy everything they love the most?

Revised edition: This edition of Everyday Lies includes editorial revisions.

©2017, 2020 Louise Guy (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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great storyline

if you lie it will catch up to you eventually was lovely story narrated well

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  • Ann Marie Martin
  • 11-06-2020

Every day lies fiction

This is an incredible read involving the friendships between three women who met during community service. Each woman had their secrets & improved each other lives. I would suggest this book to everyone because we realize no one is perfect. Honesty is the best policy.

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  • Pawnwife
  • 22-04-2020

ABSOLUTE MUST

ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE NARRATOR, GREAT STORY. I WOULD RECOMMEND . CAN'T WAIT FOR NEXT BOOK.

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  • HRN
  • 21-04-2020

it was ok...

not as juicy as I would have hoped. slightly disappointed... ended was not expected. narrator was good

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  • Vanessa Y
  • 29-02-2020

Worth finishing

It start out slow but I’m glad I listened to the whole book. I ended up enjoying it. It’s worth listening to the whole book, don’t give up because it’s slow & uninteresting at the beginning 🙁. I ended up loving the characters.

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  • Cynthia
  • 21-02-2020

Well done

Narrated well and a pleasant voice. I recommend it to read along with the book. Just my preference combining the two together though.

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  • MaggiesMom
  • 23-02-2020

Excellent characters and story

Highly entertaining and fell in love with the characters. The author took her time to develop what could have been a predictable storyline. I’ve not read this sort of book for years - but this adult female fiction for those of us who read “chick lit” in the 90s. Instead of stories about women and their love interests, it was about secrets that could destroy us, which when shared with fellow strugglers can provide the basis for lasting new friendships in unlikely places. I’ve pre-ordered her next book. Fab job!