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Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite
Working for a fashion house that's threatening to go under, Natalie Flemming is desperately searching for Mr. Right, even taking out a wanted ad in a magazine. After a few disastrous dates, she finds herself inextricably drawn to the dashing Oliver Miles, the man in charge of putting the floundering fashion house back on its feet. Mishaps, misunderstandings, and Natalie's tendency to stretch the truth just a little bit threaten to stand in the way of their romance. A cute and fun read, White Lies by Emily Harper is a carefree novel about being true to yourself.
White Lies was a very fun read, easily devoured in one sitting. You could see the growth Natalie goes through as she learns to be more honest and confident in her ideas and talents. She still remains cute, bubbly, and fun, like that best friend who knows all the good gossip.
Of course, Oliver is luscious though they don't hit it off very well at first. However, unlike all of Natalie's previous dates, he is able to see through the embellishments to the real her and the romance builds.
More than a romance, White Lies is a book about being true to yourself and following the path that's right for you. It's a book I could easily see becoming a fun summer movie, filled with lots of fantastic shoes. P.S. I don't think she'll be needing Johnny Depp anymore.