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eBook Two Little Lies. Liz Carlyle epub
  • ISBN: 0749942444
  • Author: Carlyle,Liz Carlyle
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books (October 1, 2010)
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Carlyle neatly balances passion and danger in this sizzling, sensual historical that should tempt fans of Amanda Quick and Mary Balogh. A beautifully written boo. .

and her sizzling romantic novels. Hot and sexy, just how I like them! Romance fans will want to remember Liz Carlyle’s name. Linda Howard, New York Times bestselling author. Carlyle neatly balances passion and danger in this sizzling, sensual historical that should tempt fans of Amanda Quick and Mary Balogh.I was mesmerized from the first page to the last. The Old Book Barn Gazette.

Susan Tatum Woodhouse (born August 7, 1958, Suffolk, Virginia), known by her pseudonym Liz Carlyle, is an American writer of romance novels since 1999, primarily of historical romances. Susan Tatum Woodhouse was born in 1958 in Suffolk, Virginia. She attended college on a Scripps Howard writing scholarship and majored in journalism. She is married to Edward Carlyle, and has two stepchildren.

During her frequent travels through England, Liz Carlyle always packs her pearls, her dancing slippers, and her whalebone . The the hardest part of "Two Little Lies," and where Carlyle very nearly succeeds, is in preventing the heroine, Viviana, from telling the hero, Quinten, the truth.

During her frequent travels through England, Liz Carlyle always packs her pearls, her dancing slippers, and her whalebone corset, confident in the belief that eventually she will receive an invitation to a ball or a rout. Alas, none has been forthcoming. While waiting, however, she has managed to learn where all the damp, dark alleys and low public houses can be found. Because once the cat's out of the bag, there's nothing to keep the two apart.

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Nationally bestselling author Liz Carlyle presents the second book in her scandalous romance series-a fiery duel . Two little lies tore them apart.

Nationally bestselling author Liz Carlyle presents the second book in her scandalous romance series-a fiery duel of desire and deception with love as the ultimate prize. Once, he spurned the woman he loved. The Earl of Wynwood was far too reckless to handle a sophisticated woman like Viviana Alessandri. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Pocket BooksReleased: Jan 20, 2006ISBN: 9781416530695Format: book.

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Liz Carlyle - the complete book list. New York Times bestselling author Liz Carlyle continues her captivating new historical trilogy with the tale of a dark and powerful man unexpectedly thrust into nobility-and forced to confront his tormented past. Books featuring George Kemble - 7 The Neville Family - 2. In her dazzling new historical trilogy, New York Times bestselling author Liz Carlyle plunges readers into the steamy underworld of nineteenth-century London.

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Comments: (7)
Blackstalker
Most romance novels I enjoy have the couple meet, develop a relationship, usually separate due to a crisis or conflict and then get together in the end. This novel starts with the couple together and they separate. Most of the book is spent with the hero and heroine being sad, in pain, unfulfilled and lonely. Only at the very end do they get together again. This was not a fulfilling formula for me. I missed the anticipation and enjoyment of a developing relationship.

Secondly, I generally don't like stories where lovers lie to each other. Lies are ok before they fall in love, but I don't like lies after they get together.

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In the beginning, Vivie is pregnant and does not tell Quin. Instead she asks him to marry her. He is only 20 and says no. I understood and found no problem with his reasoning at that time. Besides, he didn't know that she was pregnant. Then she leaves him and marries another for the sake of the baby. Nine years later, she is a widow, and their paths cross. She continues to lie to him about her feelings, why she ran off to marry another, and continues to not tell him about the child. I could understand her reasons for not telling him she was pregnant the first time, because he had already refused to marry her. I did not like her lies nine years later.

Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: three. Setting: 1821 and 1830 England. Copyright: 2006. Genre: historical romance.

To date, I've read one other book by Liz Carlyle. My 1 star review for her book "A Woman Scorned" copyright 2000 was posted on 8/14/08.
Clever
I am a HUGE Liz Carlyle fan. I just finished reading this book AGAIN. I finally got around to reading the first book in the trilogy (One Little Sin), and it inspired me to pick this one up again. Gosh, it was just as good the second time around - maybe even more so as I understood more of the context from the first book. All three books in the trilogy deal with a past relationship or wrongdoing coming back to haunt the hero in some years later. The heros all share the same "sin" of reckless, thoughtless living most of their adult lives, and they are all warned by a gypsy that their comeuppance is nigh (first book)!

Even though this plot was a "thwarted lovers reunite" theme, I thought it was quite unique. The love affair starts with two young people who are too immature and way too inexperienced and naive to understand what is going on in their relationship which is an incredibly intense sexual affair with lots of fighting and distrust. Both have totally misguided conceptions about what the other thinks/expects of the relationship and they are too uninsightful and insecure/proud to share enough of their true selves to learn otherwise and ultimately neither discloses their true feelings for the other.

The relationship ends suddenly and very bitterly when Viviana abruptly leaves England without telling Quin a thing after he kind of laughs off the idea of marriage (having no idea that Viviana is pregnant and trying to figure out what to do). As a result both believe the absolute worst of the other and the worst of their relationship. Viviana has no faith that Quin would take care of her and the child since she believes that she was only a mistress to be discarded and that he does not love her. Quin believes that Viviana returned to Europe to find another titled gentleman to marry since he wasn't ready for marriage and that she was never in love with him at all, but just interested in a titled husband. Unfortunately both are completely devastated by the breakup, their choices have enormous repercussions, and the next 9 years are miserable.

Nine years later Viviana returns to England, a widow with 3 children. She unknowingly shows up as a guest at Quin's betrothal dinner. Initial horrified shock, and then things go totally downhill from there. And through a very painful process of events that keep throwing them together, they start to actually communicate and learn how the past was completely different than what they each had believed all those years.

The emotional angst in the book is incredible. Even 9 years later they are both so wounded by their ill-fated relationship and have such bitter feelings and intense feelings of betrayal. The attraction between them is still as powerful as ever, if not more so, and they fight it hard at first. Slowly, awkwardly, they peel through the layers and realize how wrong their assumptions have been all these years and each comes to realize what they have truly sacrificed due to their youthful stupidity and ignorance. But still there is one huge betrayal remaining, and proud Viviana, convinced that Quin will never forgive her if he finds out the truth, desperately fights any attempts on Quin's part to recreate a relationship with the woman he has loved for a third of his life.

I thought the process of discovery was totally believable and so emotionally powerful. Yep, it's a tear-jerker. Viviana and Quin are different people now - mature, experienced adults. Yet each has to deal with the painful past and suffer through personally questioning their choices and realizing how misguided they were and what big mistakes they made. Liz Carlyle treatment of this situation is just superb and so readable as two mature adults struggle to come to terms with their past together and somehow get beyond old and new wounds as they peel back all the layers of their lives and get down to the truth and face the future. You cry for them. You hope and cheer for them. Just priceless!
Kirimath
The the hardest part of "Two Little Lies," and where Carlyle very nearly succeeds, is in preventing the heroine, Viviana, from telling the hero, Quinten, the truth. Because once the cat's out of the bag, there's nothing to keep the two apart.

I think that romances predicated on misunderstandings are always bound to fail at least a little. When the characters spend so much time together, and love one another so deeply, when even one of them is willing to take the risk and say what (he, in this case) feels, it's hard to understand why a mature, likable, and very strong woman would refuse to do the same.

I can see how this book would be easy to love or hate. It's true that Viviana and Quinten fight a *lot* - it's true that they become their own worst enemies - it's true that Viviana compounds her two little lies with dozens more.

But I think that Carlyle is such a gifted writer that on the level of character development, she does a beautiful job. It's easy to see how at twenty-one, Quin would have had all sorts of thoughtless, arrogant ideas that he'd never really thought through; assuming that an opera singer who sleeps with him is not the sort of girl one marries is the sort of hare-brained thing that would go through a spoiled boy's mind. And it's easy to see how years of regret and unhappiness would teach him a lesson or two.

He's portrayed, pretty consistently, as the kind of person who speaks first and thinks later - he does this throughout the book, first blowing up and saying something generally nasty, and then going back to brood and think, finally coming around to the right decision and sticking to it.

Viviana's fatal flaw is pride. And for most of the book, she's in a position where she doesn't feel enough trust to abandon her pride; as long as she can't do that, she's just putting on an act around Quin. And considering all the humiliation she's lived through in her life, it's easy to understand why she clings to that pride, desperately.

So while Viviana just keeps lying and lying, the two of them also have the chance to get to know one another on a whole new level - not as hormonally crazed teenagers but as adults. Through all the spats and all the tension there is a process of discovery that both Viviana and Quin are eager to engage in; and ultimately each has a lot of compassion, a lot of love, for the other.

This isn't my favorite Liz Carlyle, but I do think that she's done an amazing job with a pretty difficult plotline..
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