Book Review and Release Blitz: The Innocent Liar by Elizabeth Finn


Title: The Innocent Liar
Author: Elizabeth Finn
Genre: Erotic Romance
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Hosted By: DRC Promotions

 A woman hiding from her past. A man lost in his own…



Fiona was desperate to find a life in Jackson, Wyoming, but when a job interview that was supposed to be a sure thing turns ugly, she doubts there’s much hope of it. Eli sees through her lies, and regardless of the favor his father has asked of him, he’s just too stubborn to hire a woman who refuses to even give him her real name.

But there is a reason for everything, and he finds out soon enough her deceptions have a purpose too.

Secrets and lies are nothing to build a relationship on, but a relationship isn’t something either of them seem able to avoid. They’re simply magnets pulled together in a situation that should be driving them apart, but Eli has his own ghosts to contend with, and his past leaves him incapable of trusting a woman he can never fully know.

How can they move beyond her lies when the truth is what Eli really needs, and when her past threatens to destroy her, can he rise above his own needs to protect her—his innocent liar?



Innocent Liar was a bit refreshing for me to read.  It wasn’t set in the hustle and bustle of the big city but in a simpler place where a business is also a family.  This is great for Eli but not so much for Fiona in the beginning… When Fiona thinks her job interview with Eli is a guaranteed position, all bets are off when Eli doesn’t believe what she is telling him.  Elizabeth Finn has written a fresh, fast paced story, that isn’t just a romance.  There is a bit of mystery to it also.  As you root for Fiona happiness, you just can’t help but wonder, what really brought her to Jackson, Wyoming?!?!

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About The Author

Elizabeth Finn is a multi-published contemporary romance author. Her passion is creating stories packed full of angsty believable conflicts, characters who leave you rooting for them, and romance that might just short-circuit your e-reader. She likes her characters flawed and scarred, but they always find the best part of themselves on their journey, and her readers find themselves devoted to her authentic, honest and heartfelt voice.




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