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Two is a Lie by Pam Godwin Review

Title: Two is a Lie

Author: Pam Godwin

First published July 11, 2017

341 pages, ebook

Rating: 4.11


Two men. Two hearts.

One choice. When Cole left her life, Danni thought she’d never see him again.

But after three long years, he’s back and more irresistible than ever. Yet, Danni’s heart now belongs to Trace – a steady, comforting presence that’s been everything she needed.

As the two men vie for her heart, Danni finds herself caught in a tangle of desire, lies, and fierce competition. Who will she choose?

The man who broke her heart or the man who healed it? The TANGLED LIES series continues with Two is a Lie – a story of love, passion, and the ultimate decision between two men.

About the Author

Pam Godwin, a renowned author with bestselling books featured in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, resides in the Midwest with her husband, retired greyhounds, and a parrot with a penchant for cursing. She’s an avid traveler, having visited fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and tied the knot with the lead singer of her favorite rock band.

In her free time, Pam enjoys indulging in her favorite vices, including java, tobacco, and dark romance novels. She admits that these habits may be more detrimental to her health than her aversions to sleep, meat, and dolls that blink.

For signed copies of her books and merchandise, check out her website. You can also follow her on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook to keep up with her latest updates.

For her books, head over to Amazon.

Editoral Review

Pam Godwin’s Two is a Lie, first published in 2017, is a gripping romance novel that explores the complexities of falling in love with two people at the same time. With its themes of love, betrayal, and self-discovery, the book offers a compelling read that will captivate readers from start to finish.

Godwin’s writing style is clear and concise, with an excellent attention to detail that draws the reader into the story. She strikes an excellent balance between conveying the emotional depth of the characters and propelling the plot forward at a fast pace.

The book follows the story of Danni, a woman who finds herself entangled in a love triangle with two men Cole and Trace. While Cole is her ex-fianc, and Trace is a newcomer to her life, Danni finds herself falling for both of them.

As the three of them navigate the complexities of their relationship, they must learn to deal with the secrets, lies, and emotional baggage that threaten to tear them apart. One of the strengths of Two is a Lie is its character development.

Godwin does an excellent job of creating fully-realized characters with unique personalities, aspirations, and backstories. Danni, Cole, and Trace are complex individuals with flaws and strengths, which makes them feel like real people rather than just archetypes.

The plot of the novel is also well-structured, with enough surprises and twists to keep readers engaged. Throughout the book, the tension and drama build, leading to an emotionally satisfying conclusion that ties up all loose ends.

However, the book is not without its flaws. Some readers may find the plot predictable, and others may struggle with certain plot points that seem to stretch credibility.

Additionally, some of the dialogue may come across as overly melodramatic, which could be a turn-off for more discerning readers. Overall, Two is a Lie is a well-written and engaging romance novel with plenty of steamy scenes that will appeal to fans of the genre.

While not perfect, Godwin’s book is a worthwhile read that provides insights into the human heart and the complexities of love. Rating: 4/5