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A Family Affair: Truth in Lies (Truth in Lies, Book 1)

When Christine Blacksworth’s larger-than-life father is killed on an icy road in Magdalena, New York, a hundred miles from the ‘getaway’ cabin he visited every month, she discovers a secret that threatens everything she’s always held to be true. Her father has another family which includes a mistress and a daughter.

Determined to uncover the truth behind her father’s secret life, Christine heads to Magdalena, prepared to hate the people who have caused her to question everything she thought she knew about her father. But what she finds is a woman who understands her, a half sister who cherishes her, and a man who could love her if she’ll let him. The longer she’s around them, the more she questions which family is the real one. . .

Note: This book contains sexual content and profanity. While the author believes these situations are handled in good taste, she acknowledges some readers will choose to pass on this book.

Truth in Lies Series:
Book One: A Family Affair
Book Two: A Family Affair: Spring
Book Three: A Family Affair: Summer
Book Four: A Family Affair: Fall
Book Five: A Family Affair: Christmas, a novella
Book Six: A Family Affair: Winter
Book Seven: A Family Affair: The Promise
Book Eight: A Family Affair: The Secret
Book Nine: A Family Affair: The Wish
Book Ten: A Family Affair: The Gift
Book Eleven: A Family Affair: The Weddings, a novella
Book Twelve: A Family Affair: The Cabin, a novella
Book Thirteen: A Family Affair: The Return
Book Fourteen: A Family Affair: The Choice
Book Fifteen: A Family Affair: The Proposal

Bonus Material: Included with this e-book is the first chapter of A Family Affair: Spring, Book 2 in the Truth in Lies series.

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Anonymous says:

This is one of the best books I’ve ever read… This is one of the best books I’ve ever read. No kidding. The fact that there are people giving it 1-star is just mind-boggling to me and goes to show that you can’t please everyone, and everyone responds differently to the same book.Is it Shakespeare? Or even Hemingway, Dostoyevsky, Goethe? No, it’s popular fiction, a romance, and it’s exactly the kind of book I enjoy reading. The writing was brilliant, the emotion was perfect (I get tired of reading romances which lack emotion-…

Anonymous says:

Back to the book If you read the intro you already have a good idea of where the book is going After reading some of the negative reviews I had to shake my head in despair…..don’t people read the introductionand warnings the authors write? It is done so for these very same people who complain about vulgar languageand/or explicit sex scenes. I wonder if these same people watch television with its graphic and explicit sexualcontent in the show itself and advertisements?Back to the book If you read the intro you already have a good idea of where the book is…

Anonymous says:

Somewhat predictable For some reason, I thought this book was more of a mystery type story – but as it turns out, it’s not. So, this isn’t the usual type of book I read. Therefore take my review for what it’s worth.Campisi’s style is smooth and easy, and she’s especially good with setting description. The opening caught my interest, and seemed to forecast a somewhat shadowy sins of the father kind of tale to come. However as the story progressed it became a predictable family / love story that provided…

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