Liar, Liar

Liar, Liar

Title:Liar, Liar
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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Hazel is a freshman at Coastal Carolina and looking forward to making new friends. When she meets Roman, she’s head over heels for him. There’s one problem, though: he’s still hung up on Hazel’s roommate, Cheyanne. But Cheyanne has a secret, one that has the potential to ruin her life in college. When Hazel learns the secret, she’s determined to use it against Cheyanne to win over Roman. She never imagines her plan could backfire, leaving her as a pariah among her new circle of friends.

The BFF series follows the lives of new adults, Hazel, Miranda, Cheyanne, Destiny, Audric, Nolan, Andre, and Roman. Follow their stories as the first season of novellas are released once a week from September to March.


    Liar, Liar Reviews

  • Dahlia

    I...don't even know what to say....

  • Heather

    When the novella originally began and I was introduced to the main character, Hazel, I thought… hmm… this is the kind of girl that I could easily be friends with. She has her own sense of fashion,...

  • Jennifer

    **I received an ARC from the author for an honest review**This book reminded me of the drama and back stabbing of Pretty Little Liars. I'm not sure who all has watched that series. This book is writte...

  • Redheaded Bookworm

    2.5 Stars Well, I don't think there has been a character that I just wanted to bitch slap right off the bat as much as I'd like to do that to Hazel. She becomes an instant beyotch to her room mate. Ha...

  • Crystal

    Wow, this novella is so good. What a promising start to the series. I swear I did not know this was a novella. I started reading it and got swept away. I live a couple hours from Myrtle Beach so I kep...

  • Magan Vernon

    Felicity meets Gossip Girl in this unputdownable novellaHazel worked her ass off all summer to look good for her freshman year at college and it was a good thing she did because there are plenty of sw...

  • Rebecca McNutt

    What an awful book!Liar, Liar was filled with choppy sentences, limited vocabulary, annoying and unlikeable characters with the same generic mindset and no complexity at all, and much of it was incred...

  • Terri

    I loved this book. The lies, betrayal, scheming, and oh so much more! Though I usually prefer my books to be on the paranormal side, I have to admit that I didn’t even miss it with this book. There ...

  • Nancy The book junkie

    Review coming soon!...

  • Kristy

    This book was quite bad. At least it was short...and free (maybe that's why it had lots of formatting errors, gaps, typos, etc)....