Feeling completely sapped of life, Rain and her daughter move to the suburbs of Fairview, where white picket fences, welcoming neighbors, and immaculate green lawns make her forget the pain she’s running from. Settling into her new life, she can’t stop thinking about the guy who wrecked her car. He’s charming, says the right things, and crashed into her life right when she needs it the most. It’s only natural Mr. Handsome presents Rai with a big, shiny rock to make it picture perfect.
Then a new neighbor moves down the street. Menacing sleeves of tattoos, a permanent scowl, single with no kids—he doesn’t belong in this family-friendly community.
People are whispering.
Doors are staying locked.
Secrets are being shared.
Heart pleasing love doesn’t exist here. It digs a grave and lies in it, whispering untold truths. The quaint town of Fairview isn’t so safe anymore—and neither is Rain.
3 Heart Review by Ashley
I have very mixed feelings about my first read from M.N. Forgy. Where Love Lies was just on the edge of being too much for me.
I liked Rain. She was doing her best to restart her life after it had dealt her one too many blows. Until on the way to her new start, someone crashed her plans. At first Heston seemed a bit wild and reckless but willing to make amends for what happened.
Things moved fast between these two. But it didn't take long for Heston's interest to become more. Borderline obsessed. It started small but Rain noticed it too. And was doing her best to untangle herself from the situation. If only Heston would let her.
Where Love Lies took a dark and deadly turn that had me holding my breath as the final scenes played out. Talk about twisted. I will say that I found the ending quite rushed. And I wanted more time exploring the dynamic between Rain and Rhodes, the newest neighbor to the block. So while things ended, Rain's story felt unfinished and I was left wanting more.
About the Author
M.N. Forgy is an International best seller, best known for her romantic biker stories. Living in the country with her family she often finds herself outside reading or writing most of the time. She started creating stories at a young age but never took it seriously until years later, as a stay-at-home mom, she opened her laptop and started writing again. As a role model for her children, she felt she couldn't live with the "what if" anymore and finally took a chance on her character's story. So, with her iced coffee in hand and the family dog sharing her seat, she continues to create and please her readers.