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5 Star Read!!!!

Wow. This is my first book by Ashley Munoz and I am speechless! Tennessee Truths was just captivating. Jace and Faith’s history was a fairy tale, until it was not. The feels were unreeling in me as I was reading every page. The heartbreak, the remorse, the fury, the demons, they just swirled around with these characters. I had a small feeling who set up the whole diabolical plan that made a domino affect for Faith’s life.

My favorite part of the story was reading how Faith and Jace connected. It was complicated but yet flawless. Pieces were just falling into place. When the truth finally came out, there was so much damage that the heart took, it was a mixture of lies.

Tennessee Truths is a book that you will easily close out the world for! I put all adulting to the side and had to finish reading it! You will be drawn into these characters! Tennessee Truths is a top read for me in 2020!!! #Bookhangover #MustRead

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Faith:

Our story was classic.

A typical fairytale.

Two young kids falling in love under an onyx sky, making vows they didn’t understand.

He was my dream …and I naively thought I was his.

Until he bartered our love and sold me a lie.

Now, I’m returning to the life I once knew…but not as the pathetic mess that left five years ago.

I’m a married woman, wed to the richest man in Nashville.

But it seems I wasn’t the only who changed during my time away…

Hardened by life, Jace Walker’s glares drip with heat and derision.

He’s got war in his eyes and venom in his veins.

I thought I would be safe coming back home, but it seems I only ran from my present to be caught in the cross hairs of my past.

Jace:

I traded my future for a life.

I knew what was on the line when I made the deal, I knew what I could lose, but I also knew that I didn’t really have a choice.

I gambled and lost.

Now the one person I had dreamed of having a future with was walking back into my life bearing the last name and wearing the ring of another man.

Lips painted red, hair that same honey gold and there against her creamy throat was our promise to one another, still dangling, reminding me that I may have lied, but she ran.

I was a liar, she was a coward.

Now she was home, and she wasn’t mine.

 

Add Tennessee Truths to your Goodreads TBR: http://bit.ly/379nnib

 

PURCHASE LINKS

Amazon US: https://amzn.to/38wVhy2

Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/3a8MUJe

Amazon AU: https://amzn.to/3abU932

Amazon CA: https://amzn.to/2wTGeQY

Bookbub: http://bit.ly/2Bgilll

 

 

GIVEAWAY

To celebrate the release of Tennessee Truths, Ashley Munoz is giving away a $50 Amazon gift card. Head to her Facebook page to enter:

https://business.facebook.com/2212219962339047/posts/2755034118057626/

 

TEASERS

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ashley was born in Nebraska, but raised in Oregon where she lives with her four children and husband.

If she’s not helping her husband with DIY projects around the house, she’s writing or sneaking off to a corner to read.

 

AUTHOR LINKS

 

FB Author Page:http://bit.ly/2LxktNK

ReaderGroup: https://www.facebook.com/groups/700042813665618/

Instagram: http://bit.ly/2WzBFmC

BB: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/ashley-munoz

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18233596.Ashley_Munoz

AMZ Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07H76L9R5

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