Lovers Lies and Lilies Part One

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Freedom for herself and others from mental and physical abuse leads to love and sexual enlightenment for Sarah Barnes. More

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About Ronald D. Walker

Child of the Baby Boomers. Wanna be Hippie, just could not afford the counterculture of drugs, psychedelic music, psychedelic art and social permissiveness. I especially could not afford the flower covered van. The culture was alluring and rebellion of any form was espoused by hot blooded Americans and many of us followed in our own fashion, leading to social invitations to see the world given by some law enforcement type person. I became a Veteran of the beginning of the Viet Nam era.
I was a brilliant teenager which was both unknown and unappreciated by my superiors for three years two months and six days. I left the military with mixed emotions; joy and happiness.
My stomach was removed in 1980 and my life style changed. I became an over the road truck owner operator for more than thirty years. I have seen our country from a different view than most ever will and parts of our world few will ever see.
Writing since 1990, when I could. Love the way a good story flows. Hate the transitions in the middles when the flow stops. Labor with the how to and again write and edit and edit, to a point of satisfaction that I have tried. And I will try again with another book. A good idea makes a good story line and an enjoyable book.
It is my hope that my books are entertaining and enjoyable.

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TataAgk reviewed on March 25, 2020

REVIEW: Lovers, Lies and Lilies - Part 1 by @fiction_author (p. 152 - Romance adult)
The story is taking place in 1944. It's about a woman, who is brutally abused by her own husband. In one of those moments, when she came so close to death, she took matters into her own hands, and "helped" her drunk husband to his death. After that, and still in pieces, Sarah met a man who showed her what she was capable of, opened her eyes, cleaned her soul and showed her that sex was nothing to be ashamed of.
To start with, the brutality of the description from the abuse, it was too much for me. My heart bled for this poor woman. I am not saying it was wrong, but for my mentality it was too much.
Also, how Sarah was after her abuse, is not a reaction I know from women who were abused by their boyfriend, husband or family. It was unrealistic and it made me sad, to have such a vivid description of the life during the incident, and such an unrealistic outcome after the death of tyrant.
The books including so many sex scenes are not my style, and this can be a reason alone why I am not giving this book more starts. Also, being not a native English speaker, didn't help me to understand most of those scenes.
On the other hand, the author's way of describing a life, the feelings of a person, the fearful or loving thoughts, was extraordinary. He grappled my attention, despite the fact that i am not interested in the 1940, and my breath was taken away from the beauty of the described surroundings.
One more plus was the unexpected ending of the book.
It had it all: shock, tears, laughing and need to help a poor soul.
Thank you so much to lovely Ronald D. Walker for providing me with this epub in exchange for an honest review! (and for his patience, because it took me more than 5 months to upload my review)
(reviewed 9 months after purchase)
Christy Van Reeth reviewed on Nov. 7, 2019

Lovers lies and lillies by @fiction_author was a lovely book to read! Not my normal type of reading but thanks to Ronald D. Walker I got the chance to read this book!
Thank you very much for that! I enjoyed every sentence every word of it and it toke me out of my comfort zone of gengre!!! It’s a true pageturner and you just want to keep reading!!!
I recommend this book to everyone really & the best thing ever is that it’s part of a trilogy 😍🥰! Big thanks to the author (Ronald D. Walker) for trusting me to let me read it and let me review him!!!
I give it a 🌟🌟🌟🌟-rating

Christy Van Reeth
Queenreadsalot (Instagram bookblogger)
(reviewed 79 days after purchase)
Aditi Gupta reviewed on Oct. 29, 2019

◆It's a heartbreakingly beautiful story that's surely gonna make you cry in the end.
◆The cover and title are apt for the plot.
◆The author has successfully weaved a gripping plot using a simple language.
◆The book covers a number of intertwined themes within a single story.
◆I especially loved the way the author has depicted the complexities of seemingly superficial circumstances.
◆It's ideal for a short read!
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Rohini Vijayakumar reviewed on Oct. 3, 2019

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Beautiful one and a very interesting one too.
(reviewed 58 days after purchase)
Juozas Kasiulis reviewed on Sep. 8, 2019

Just to say it is not a genre I do read I was rather captivated by the story and really wanted to know what will happen next. A strong theme in this book is physical abuse in the family. Here where two such examples. of course, the way women got free is not advisable but we get notion how difficult for them it is to get help or leave their partner. The second theme was lovemaking and it got really steamy. Probably not much can be said about it. If someone like such stuff they probably will enjoy this book for sure. I also bought second book just to know how the story continues :D Even thought author provided this copy to me, opinion is my own :)
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)
Alicia reviewed on Aug. 15, 2019

Fun and spicy read, keeps moving and held my interest. Perfect summer reading. I recommend it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
honeyboo16 reviewed on Aug. 11, 2019

Beautiful book.
I love how it's portrayed. I was thrilled at Sarah's growth.Life back then must have been hard for women.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
Aditi Gupta reviewed on July 23, 2019
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It's an amazing book...kept me engrossed from the very first paragraph to the last!!🔥
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Hark49 reviewed on July 22, 2018

This book had me hooked in the first paragraph... I love mysteries and crime with a heap of romance added...
I was in tears reading the last few parts and now I can hardly wait to read part two. Well written, Ronald Walker.
Thank you..!
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
APRIL MILES reviewed on April 20, 2018

I totally underestimated this book. I was hooked from the beginning to the end. I read it all in one sitting, which for me I usually read a little then continue later, but this one kept me intrigued. The story line never got boring and held my interest. I was sad about the way it ended, but it was a great story. I read a lot of books and usually it is easy for me to get involved with the next one I read, but this book just stayed in my head, so now until I read parts 2 and 3, I cant start another book because I wont be able to concentrate on anything else. Definitely a 5 star for me, and I am a stickler about giving a book 5 stars!!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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