After agreeing to testify in a murder trial Stella is whisked away from her friends and boyfriend and thrust into witness protection. As the city girl adjusts to small town country living she’s surprised by the connections she makes and her attraction to Chet, a boy who is definitely not her city boyfriend.
I think my favourite part of Dangerous Lies was getting to see how all of the lies you need to tell being in witness protection can affect someone. It’s something I haven’t seen from other witness protection stories – mostly movies.
The characters were great, all of them were well written. I liked the character development, it felt natural and realistic. I just wish we got to see more of some of the minor characters, specifically Chet’s brother, Dusty.
There were some minor details that didn’t quite add up, but overall this book is quite good and well written.
My Rating: 3/5