Two is a Lie
Two men who don’t share.
I never stopped loving Cole. Not when he left me. Not when he disappeared for three years. Not when he crashed back into my life in a violent explosion of testosterone and fury.
His sudden reappearance questions everything I thought I knew, including how I came to love another man.
Trace is an intoxicating breeze of seduction over ice. My rock. My second chance at forever.
And he’s committed to annihilating the competition.
The battle that ensues wrenches me back and forth between them.
Fighting and fucking.
Resisting and submitting.
Together, they entangle me in a web of lies, rivalry, and desire that weaves as deeply as their devotion to me.
I love two men, and if I can only have one, I choose none.
Jen and Roxie’s Review
Love triangles. They are a necessary evil to angst lovers like us. They make your heart pound, give you the urge to smash your kindle in half, and wonder why the hell you put yourself through the torment your heart feels as you CHOOSE to spend hours reading a book that cripples you. Why do we torture ourselves?!! Because we LOVE the torture. The pain. The agony. We are sick and twisted, that’s for sure!
We don’t know about you, but we were dying to get our hands on Two is a Lie. Pam Godwin wrote the mother of all love triangles with One is a Promise.
After reading it we were dying to know how this story would play out. We knew it wouldn’t be resolved in the second book as it’s a trilogy, but we were aching to find out more about Trace and Cole and who Danni would give her heart to.
Love is a deep breath with wings. It flutters in the chest, swooping and dancing to the beat of the heart. Without it, I feel strangled and lifeless. Without them, I might never breathe again.
Once again, Pam’s writing is top notch. Sadly, however, it hurts to say we were disappointed with the direction Two is a Lie took.
We were hoping to feel torn—the heart crushing ache Danni feels from trying to decide which man owns her heart. We got to know Trace in book one, so we were dying to get to know Cole in the second book. Whether through more flashbacks or his attempts to woo her so that she’d choose him. Same goes for Trace. We longed to learn more about him and couldn’t wait to see what lengths he’d go to to win her heart.
We didn’t get a glimpse of why she was torn—what we got was that all three were motivated mostly by lust. It seemed than whenever she was with either of them, her panties were ready to combust, but we never understood the “why” behind it. Danni was so confident in book 1, we loved her ballsy attitude. We felt like that girl was missing completely in this book. Going into this book we were on different teams and at the end we are both kind of teamless…
Of course we’re dying to read Three is a War. We are desperate to learn how this story plays out. Who will win Danni’s heart and who will walk away alone?
“You’re the song I’d never heard…The universe that didn’t exist. You’re every little thing that used to be empty.”
We’re hoping to get the answers to all our questions when the final book in the trilogy is released on August 28th!! In the meantime, we’ll be scouring FB hoping to come across some sneaky teasers that will drive us crazy 😝!!
One is a Promise
Three is a War
About Pam Godwin
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Pam Godwin, lives in the Midwest with her husband, their two children, and a foulmouthed parrot. When she ran away, she traveled fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and married the vocalist of her favorite rock band.
Java, tobacco, and dark romance novels are her favorite indulgences, and might be considered more unhealthy than her aversion to sleeping, eating meat, and dolls with blinking eyes.