Synopses & Reviews
Dana Ann Smith has ditched New York City—and a relationship gone bad—for Los Angeles, looking for a new man, a new career, and some stability. She thinks she’s found it in Vincent Calvary Browne, Jr., a hard-working, handsome aerospace tech. They’ve offered just enough of themselves to make it the perfect romance. And they’ve withheld just enough to ruin it. When their secrets come to light, Dana and Vince come face to face with the fact that the passionate game between lovers and liars has just begun…
“It’s almost scary how well Eric Jerome Dickey knows women.” —Cincinnati Enquirer
“Dickey hits the mark with Liar’s Game…a story about new love and the lies that can destroy it.” —Detroit News and Free Press
“Fast-paced…sexy, sassy…a high-spirited rollercoaster ride of a novel.” —Florida Star (Jacksonville)
“Steamy romance, betrayal, and redemption. Eric Jerome Dickey at his best.” —USA Today
"True to his form, Dickey offers many plot twists in [Liar's Game]—he has a wonderful flair." —Cincinnati Enquirer
"Witty and engrossing." —Booklist
"Very simply, Dickey is amazing…Liar's Game [is] a sassy story filled with winding drama." —Chicago Defender
"Masterful…humorous and convincing...avoids all the usual cliches." —BookPage
“Dickey hits his stride...with wit, energy, and deft sensitivity...[Liar’s Game] is Dickey’s Best yet.” —Heart and Soul
Dana Ann Smith thinks she's found some stability in Vince Browne, Jr., a handsome aerospace tech. They've offered just enough of themselves to make a perfect romance--and have withheld just enough to ruin it. When their secrets come to light, Dana and Vince come face-to-face with the passionate game that has just begun.
Dana Ann Smith plans to start over with a new job and a new man--the handsome, industrious Vincent Calvary Browne--but the arrival of her former lover and Vincent's ex-wife forces them both to confront painful truths about their pasts.
About the Author
ERIC JEROME DICKEY is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels, as well as a six-issue miniseries of graphic novels featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. Originally from Memphis, Dickey now lives on the road and rests in whatever hotel will have him.