Dangerous Lies

Dangerous Lies

eBook - 2015
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After witnessing a murder, high school senior Stella Gordon is sent to Nebraska for her own safety where she chafes at her protection, but when she meets Chet Falconer it becomes harder for her to keep her guard up, and soon she has to deal with the real threat to her life as her enemies are actually closer than she thinks.
Publisher: 2015
ISBN: 9781481424936
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Hankate20
Jul 27, 2017

ahhh becca Fitzpatrick did it again chuck ugh I fell in love just so wonderful, so wonderful

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Mar 09, 2017

Seventeen-year-old Stella Gordon is put into witness protection program where she has to hide in Nebraska, Thunder Basin from a drug dealer. I think Stella is a very bratty teenager in the beginning of the book. She only cares for herself and sees mostly the bad in everything. She's been told by the government to never reveal her past to anyone for she can be in danger. That all changes when she meets Chet, your typical boy next door. She realizes that it's hard for her to keep her secret safe with him around, and soon learns that Chet has secrets of his own. I really like this book because it just tells you that you can't run away from the past. Rating 5/5 stars
- @AquafinaAstro of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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bud0904
Jul 18, 2016

awsomegirl and heba_sajid35467 are fatimas

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sandette
Jul 10, 2016

This book wins the prize for the brattiest, rudest, most annoying character in all of the YA novel world. She's constantly judging others, making stupid decisions, and basically making it impossible to feel for her and care about what happens to her. The romance was stupid, too. I did not enjoy this book.

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awsomegirl
Jun 25, 2016

yeah, Heba Sajid grandma read this book 500 times.

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heba_sajid35467
Jun 25, 2016

i love this book

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Rebole
Mar 24, 2016

I've read Becca Fitzpatrick's other novels and I've enjoyed them so when I saw she made another one, I didn't hesitate to pick it up. I thought I would regret it once I started reading it. Stella's attitude annoyed me in the beginning. But I once I kept going I found it enjoyable. It's a really interesting quick read.

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Sansha
Mar 03, 2016

A fast-moving young adult novel.
Stella has been placed in Witness Protection, after witnessing a murder.
She has a new identity and life in a small town in Nebraska. She can't wait until she turns eighteen, so she can start making her own decisions.
Stella did not reckon on meeting local boy Chet, who has secrets of his own.

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pjthomps
Dec 15, 2015

This book was a page turner and I was reluctant to put it down. I was not a big fan of her Hush Hush series but this book is fantastic. Would definitely recommend. Plus I liked the fact that it did not leave room for a sequel. So many books now leave it open ended for a sequel (especially young adult which sometimes I think is a bit of a cash grab) but every once in awhile it is nice just to have a story with a satisfying ending. Would definitely recommend this one to my students (grade 9 and up).

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Hankate20
Jul 27, 2017

"Fear and desperation weren't reasons to love someone. Love shouldn't need a reason, I decided. It was a deep bond, a commitment. It should steal your breath away. It should never make you compromise yourself."

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