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Everything but the Truth: Gillian McAllister

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She's even more flabbergasted when she meets him again on the top floor and discovers his grandfather is the unhappy occupant of the ultra-fancy suite Mom has been trying to rent for months.

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When Rachel starts a new relationship with Jack she loves everything about him, but then she gets pregnant rather quickly without really knowing much about him. Though overly predictable and a little silly, this was definitely a fun read and kept me entertained.Sweet really the amount of encouragement that Holly gives Malik throughout the book to help find himself.

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Dead Skunk" became a stinker for Loudon when he felt pressure to make another hit - his latest songs deal with mortality, his son Rufus, and picking up poop. I must convey that I enjoyed surmising what may or may not have happened in the past of both lead characters and although nothing was particularly shocking when discovered, I could not deduce fully the outcome of what the story would be and I believe readers will enjoy unravelling and deducing throughout their read.Rachel and Jack have recently discovered that they are going to have a baby,they have only been together for a few months and don't really know a lot about each other but Rachel is sure that Jack is The One and they love each other so everything is going to be ok.

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If you want a light, fun, and cute read with a realistic romance Everything But the Truth is a great pick. I was drawn to this story from the premise, I thought it sounded utterly intriguing and in many ways, it lived up to that thought and will be enjoyed by readers who appreciate a good mystery with a few twists and turns along the way. Jack and Rachel have not been together that long, but for Rachel it has been one of those “this is right” life moments – so an early in the relationship pregnancy does not seem as daunting as it might have done. The line between trust and suspicion are blurred and Rachel starts accusing Ben of all sorts of things which causes them to break up. However, Rachel is less than upfront about her own past and secrets, and a concurrent storyline drip feeds her history as a paediatric doctor whose career ends.She is certainly guilty of double standards regarding her instinctive response of hauling Jack over the coals and yet singularly fails to make mention of her own situation. How that evolves, what she learns about her own dreams, as well as how she deals with the belief that she's lost her best friend Alex, make for a fast, fun, read. She does get caught up in trying to maintain the fairy tale rather than reveal the truth but her situation is believable and understandable. Despite Rachel not being particularly likeable, her response is entirely understandable and realistic as she is set on an escalating course of finding out everything about the father of her child. I thought all the characters were well rounded but not over exposed and I could actually feel the authors affection for some of them radiating out from the page, mainly for Rachel’s Dad whom I definitely had a soft spot for!

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