Review: Twelve Truths and a Lie

Twelve Truths and a Lie
Twelve Truths and a Lie by Christina Lee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

Oh, what a great M/F book. :3
I really loved the blurb, it says this could be charming and funny and it was.

I loved Aurora and Cameron – as single person as well as a “couple” – from the start. They were so charming, so adorable, so loveable. ❤

Aurora was a great heroine, not a stupid naive girl without an own opinion and mind.
As a fierce redhead she knows what she wants and she takes it sometimes. 😉

I was really cheering while reading the conversation between her and Cameron.

And oh my gosh, Cameron. This is guy is fabulous. He is smart, nice to kids and is witty… oh, don’t forget he is sexy as hell with his mixed cultural heritage – so with a slight tanned skin and dark, silky looking curls. ❤ *swoon*

Also the book contained vulnerabilty, from both character. It felt natural to be around them. Both are person you would love to have as friends.
I was very touched by the topics which were delivered.
It was a bit connected to the educational system but without being boring or over the top with a hidden raised finger.
Yet it was the connection Aurora and Cameron needed to have as the icing on the cake, which helped to round up the chemistry between them.

With charming, well developed minor characters and a realistic setting with real problems one of the best M/F stories I read since a long time.

And I could tell you stories about the hot, steamy erotical scenes between the both character. I say one word: swoon.
Awesome and Aurora is there as fierce as in their conversation.
I love when women are passionate and know what they want and be a little demanding. :3

5 out of 5 stars. ❤
Highly recommended. Try this M/F story out if you already loved Christina Lee’s M/M stories. ❤


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Have a look at the wonderful cover again:



COVER DESIGN: Natasha Snow
RELEASE DATE: september 19th 2016

Buy links:
Barnes &Nobles


Aurora Jones has it all—a job she loves as a child and family therapist, supportive friends, and a decent place to live. What she doesn’t have is much luck when it comes to dating men. And not only are her choices terrible, she also hasn’t been boyfriend free since she was a teenager. So she places herself on a sabbatical of sorts. No dating for twelve months.

Cameron Miller has had a crappy year. His girlfriend fell for his best friend and to ease the pain, he drowns his troubles in more booze and women than he can count. When his buddies finally slap some sense into him and urge him to focus on his new position as a special education teacher in an urban school district, he decides to get his act together.

Away from the prying eyes of their mutual friends, Cameron and Aurora agree to hang out once a week in their newly dubbed Chastity Club. Number of members? Two. It’s a chance to find solace, companionship, and something neither anticipated – a burgeoning attraction. But when Cameron invites Aurora to be his fake date at the reunion his ex-girlfriend and best friend will be attending, their passion ignites. What happens in Chastity Club stays in Chastity Club, right? Until they discover that a year of self-truths might actually lead them to true love.



Once upon a time, Christina Lee lived in New York City and was a wardrobe stylist. She spent her days getting in cabs, shopping for photo shoots, eating amazing food, and drinking coffee at her favorite hangouts.

Now she lives in the Midwest with her husband and son—her two favorite guys. She’s been a clinical social worker and a special education teacher. But it wasn’t until she wrote a weekly column for the local newspaper that she realized she could turn the fairytales inside her head into the reality of writing fiction.

She’s addicted to lip balm and salted caramel everything. She believes in true love and kissing, so writing romance novels has become a dream job.


Have a great look into the book – with an excerpt and teaser pictures 😉

Well,” I explained, after swallowing a bite, “depends how, um, sexually frustrated you’ve been and—”

Extremely,” she said without hesitation, and I nearly choked on the cheese sliding down my throat. “I mean, Richard doesn’t even—”

She smashed her hand over her mouth, looking positively mortified. “Shit, never mind.”

Who’s Richard?” I asked, thoroughly confused, wondering if I’d missed something in the conversation.

Oh, God,” she said. “Can you forget I even said that?”

Not a chance,” I replied, knowing it would bug the shit out of me all night if she didn’t fess up. “Don’t be embarrassed, we’ve talked about plenty of things already…”

As she took deep breaths, I tried to match up the name Richard to one of her old boyfriends she might’ve mentioned. Or was she more mortified that I’d brought up the idea of being sexually frustrated?

Look, I wasn’t trying to embarrass you,” I said, attempting to dislodge her hand from her face. “Guys talk about jacking off all the time, I don’t know if girls do, but—”

Of course we do,” she finally huffed out, her eyes bulging. “Richard is the name of my vibrator.”

Oh fucking Christ, what a visual. My dick immediately tented against my zipper. In that moment, I was so grateful the tablecloth was covering me. After I got over the initial shock and stimulation of her bringing up her vibrator, I focused in on the fact that she had named it in the first place. Richard.

I couldn’t hold back a snort and that caused a chain reaction in Aurora, who began giggling and then full-on laughing. Her face was so beet red that when we made eye contact and I said, “Richard. As in dick?” she howled even louder, causing the people in the booth behind her to turn around and stare.


My great thanks goes to the author, Christina Lee, for providing me an ARC as well as the lovely team around Christina from whom I get the information around. 🙂


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