ACRBA Tour Web of Lies by Laura O’Connell

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(Even Before Publishers, December 2012)
By
Laura O’Connell
 
About the Author:
Laura enjoys writing stories about second chances in love and life. She calls the Gold Coast home, however, her curious nature leads her on adventures to locations that surprise and delight her. Laura has a passion for telling a good story set in places where she has lived and travelled. Laura is the author of African Hearts and Web of Lies. Her debut novel, African Hearts, was shortlisted in the 2011 Caleb Prize. To find out more about Laura visit her website: http://laura-oconnell.com

About the Book:
High school sweethearts, Stephanie and Lachlan are torn apart by circumstance, bad decisions and a web of lies,leaving an unknown future for their son, Ryan.

Eight years later they reconnect, but the time apart has changed them. The family had made decisions based on lies and deceit and now must find a way to either reveal the truth or find another option. On the surface their arrangements seemed flawless, but dig deeper, and the people they thought they knew, aren’t as they appear.

Lachlan and Stephanie are forced to confront the consequences of their actions and the entire family is compelled to reveal the truth, find forgiveness, and renew loving one another. But the hardest decision is still to come…where does Ryan live?

Narelle: I enjoyed reading Web of Lies. I have watched this story evolve and critiqued earlier versions of the story. Laura has done a great  job in tackling a complex family drama. She keeps the reader hanging until the end, turning the page to find out how the main story question is resolved. The consequences of what seemed like small lies many years ago create a massive snowball with the potential to destroy a number of family relationships.

Please check out Laura’s guest post on my blog from December 11 last year, called The Agony of Lies.

https://30minutebiblestudies.wordpress.com/2012/12/11/the-agony-of-lies-plus-book-giveaway/

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2 thoughts on “ACRBA Tour Web of Lies by Laura O’Connell

  1. it must have been interesting to have been involved in critiquing earlier versions of the story, Narelle and seeing the changes. My review of Web of Lies is up now too on my blog Write and read with Dale

    • Hi Dale, yes, it is fascinating and exciting to see a story evolve and mature. Laura worked very hard on this story and we have the pleasure of reading the fruits of her labour. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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