InTell Her No Lies, a new romantic suspense novel, talented author Kelly Irvin explores the question of what makes a familynature or nurture?in a fast-paced race to the truth.As children, Nina Fischer and her sister were plucked from foster care in Florida and brought to Texas by a wealthy uncle theyd never met after their mother went to prison for selling drugs. Now, as an ...
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Tell Her No Lies Reviews
Tell Her No Lies was a story that got better as I continued to read. The story started without much backstory and I felt like I had to try to figure out what was all going on, which was a little frustrating. Once I got further into the story, I started to really enjoy it and I liked suspense aspect as well.
Even though there was romance in Tell Her No Lies, I didn't feel like it was a main focus and maybe that is why I didn't care about the romance between certain characters.
All in all, ...more
Title: Tell Her No Lies
Author: Kelly Irvin
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
When I started the book, it reminded me of other novels that began with a similar type plot, but then the story took off in a direction I had not anticipated! The main character is woman named Nina who loves photography. She feels safest behind the camera. Her background is unique. Her personality has strength and convictions, and she has placed barriers around her heart due to past h ...more
Tell Her No Lies by Kelly Irvin is an intriguing mystery with slight Christian and romantic elements.
Twenty-seven year old Nina Fischer has recently moved back in with her parents in order to pursue her photography and poetry career. After working late in her darkroom, she goes downstairs and discovers her adopted father and biological uncle, Geoffrey, has been murdered. As the only person at home with Geoffrey, Detective Matt King is quick to pounce on her as a suspect. Afraid King w ...more
read and reviewed this editorially for Mystery Scene Magazine
read my review in the holiday edition of Mystery Scene Magazine
Oh my what a bang bang and bang!!
The author has hit home in some of my feelings and yes I was even homeless for a while but God has seen me through.
I can relate to Nina in so many ways and I felt the same shock she did!!
Even tho she had a real mom to me, the person who raised you is ur real parents. I adopted and I lived my mom for it.
I stayed up late into the night to finish this book because I wanted to se what happens next!!
I think that this is Kelly's best novel yet!!
I enjoyed the mystery, p ...more
Critics are claiming that Kelly Irvin’s new release from Thomas Nelson is romantic suspense at it’s best. “Tell Her No Lies” is definitely a well-written and hair-raising ride from start to finish, packed with twists and turns that readers will never see coming. If you enjoy novels that leave you breathless as you flip the pages faster and faster, desperate to find out how it all unravels, this book is definitely one to consider... However, you should also be forewarned that there is plenty of v ...more
About this book:
“As children, Nina Fischer and her sister were plucked from foster care in Florida and brought to Texas by a wealthy uncle they’d never met after their mother went to prison for selling drugs. Now, as an adult, Nina loves her adopted father and wants to please him, but she’s chosen her own career path as a photographer and poet—choices state district court judge Geoffrey Fischer can’t appreciate. When she finds him murdered in his study on a night they’re home alone, she’s the pr ...more
Kelly Irvin is a new-to-me author but this book certainly left me wanting to read more! It was fast-paced and packed with plenty of suspense from cover to cover. I liked how the romance was weaved into the story in a way that was more believable and not forced or cheesy. It didn't take me long to devour the entire book.
Confession: I am not a huge fan of Hallmark romance. It's not to say I don't watch any of the movies (especially around Christmas time), but the the truth is I prefer r ...more