THE LYING HOURS by Sara Ney

ABRAHAM
DAVIS—Honest Abe to his friends—IS IN OVER HIS HEAD…
He’s a fixer
and a do good-er. The all-knowing, resident “grandfather” on the
wrestling team who everyone relies on to fix their problems. His teammates go
to him for everything; advice, homework, or when they need a sober driver at
three in the morning–whether he likes it or not.
Abe’s
current mission is easy: mend his roommates broken heart by helping him find a
girlfriend on the LoveU app–without getting caught in the lie…
SKYLAR
GABRIEL. IS. OVER. IT.
Over her bad
grades. Over her meddling older brother and his two best friends. And over
dating douchebags. What she wants to know is: where have all the nice guys
gone?
She longs
for a handsome, sweet, and honest guy who can make her laugh. In one last ditch
effort to prove that he exists—Skylar turns to LoveU.
On her worst
day, Skylar has no filter (it’s a miracle she hasn’t been ditched mid-date).
On her best,
she’s as wholesome, and sweet, as pie.
On Thursday?
She matches with Abraham Davis’s roommate.
Skylar
Gabriel is falling for the wrong guy—she just doesn’t realize it yet.
Why?
BECAUSE ABE
DAVIS IS A LIAR.

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Sara Ney is
the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is
best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite
vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed
sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets,
and fancies herself British.
THE LYING HOURS
Sara Ney

I love this series and Abe and Skylar did not disappoint. I liked the way the characters clicked and how they really just seemed to fit. There was the usual Sara Ney banter, and I absolutely love the chapter headers she has for this series. In fact, they come close to being my favorite thing about each book.

This wasn't my favorite of the series. It started a little slow for me and didn't really take off until the second half. I also didn't really get that "douche bag" feeling with Abe. He was a nice guy and although his method was a little flawed it didn't meet the same level of douche bagness and some of the others. Having said all that, I still enjoyed it very much and I can't wait to for next in the series.

~ Kimberly Anne

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