I’ve known K.A. Castillofor a little while now. Hers was one of the first books I reviewed. I received her book, and I gave my honest review of it. K.A. Castillo brings realism without caving to the tricks some authors use and gimmick plots. The voice of her main character was real and carried through the book. For those not used to authentic writing, her book would be an interesting read. For those used to the common, everyday gimmicks, get ready to be challenged. Now it’s time to . . .
“It doesn’t matter if it’s right or wrong. All that matters is if you can. If you can do something, what difference does it make?”
Based on a true story, The Convenience of Lies is a novel that keeps readers up past midnight with its story of friendship, mystery, crime, sex…
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