Knee-high Lies

Knee-high Lies

Dawn Ford / Apr 09, 2020
Knee high Lies What happens when the lies you tell grow so high you can t see the truth To the outside world Avery Denton s life looks happy normal even But it isn t Not even close She believes nothing can make it
  • Title: Knee-high Lies
  • Author: Dawn Ford
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What happens when the lies you tell grow so high you can t see the truth To the outside world Avery Denton s life looks happy, normal even But it isn t Not even close She believes nothing can make it worse When her mother skips town with their banker, the small town gossips focus on her Jaxson Stewart, Avery s neighbor and friend, has had a crush on her for years SheWhat happens when the lies you tell grow so high you can t see the truth To the outside world Avery Denton s life looks happy, normal even But it isn t Not even close She believes nothing can make it worse When her mother skips town with their banker, the small town gossips focus on her Jaxson Stewart, Avery s neighbor and friend, has had a crush on her for years She makes his heart race, which is dangerous for a boy with a heart condition Unlike their community, he refuses to hold her mother s actions against her.Avery s summer heats up when Jaxson kisses her under a star lit sky The rest of her life boils over, though, when Avery becomes the target of revenge, her alcoholic father s anger escalates, and long hidden family secrets come to light Can Avery find strength in the truth Or will she continue to struggle through knee high lies
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    About "Dawn Ford"

      • Dawn Ford

        Dawn Ford lives in a small town nestled among the Loess Hills in Western Iowa with her husband, youngest son, and a wonder beagle Dawn s love for stories came naturally to her as a child who was lucky enough to be able to explore the Iowa pastures and countryside in search of adventure Dawn adores anything steampunk, is mesmerized by shiny, pretty things and fashionable shoes, and needs at least one good, strong cup of coffee to wake her up a day Dawn s novel, Kingdom Come, won the 2016 ACFW Genesis Award in the Speculative Genre Her flash fiction stories have been featured in Splickety Publishing Group s Havok magazines Reach out to Dawn Ford via her website dawnfordauthor, Facebook facebook DawnFordAuthor , Twitter twitter dawnfordauthor, Instagram instagram dawn_ford_a, and Pinterest pinterest dawnfordaut She d love to hear from you


    159 Comments

    1. This book tugged on my heartstrings big time Dawn s dynamic and authentic characters and deep storyline caused me to feel every emotion, sometimes in rapid succession I laughed, I cried, I got than a little angry a few times Though this novel was written for young adults, the story will draw all readers in And I believe, in reading about Avery, a teenager living in chaos in a town filled with judgment and, seemingly, perfect families, readers can catch a glimpse into what life may be like for t [...]


    2. This is what I call a Life Lesson book You can t help but to cheer Avery on I loved the lessons and the author did a great job of capturing my attention from the very first chapter This a book that every teenager would love to read and one that I would be honored to share with them.This is a 4 star book I recommend it Don t you all LOVE this cover The Mary Reader received this book from the author for review A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


    3. Fabulous Debut from Dawn Ford Knee high Lies is a gritty and realistic page turner about one teen s bravery and perseverance when life keeps knocking her down Despite all the problems thrown Avery s way, she never gives up Now she s not perfect by a long shot, but that s what makes her so relatable And those knee high lies she tells to protect herself end up hurting her, as they always do We can all learn a lot from Avery s experience.I can t wait to read from Dawn



    4. Amazing for a debut novel Beautifully written and draws you in from the beginning You will hurt and cheer for Avery every step of the way The depth of character is fantastic Dawn takes you deep into a world many of us have never experienced nor know how to respond to In doing so, she gives us hope and a means to respond and reach out to others Can t wait to see what she writes next.


    5. This young adult novel was at times endearing, heartbreaking, and overall charming There was plenty of angst, romance, mean girls, and life problems to go around, but the characters felt so real I was almost afraid I was back in high school again That said, I would definitely recommend this book to any teen girl or young woman It doesn t sweep tough issues under the carpet as though they don t exist, but it doesn t glorify them either The author writes about underage drinking, dating, and broken [...]


    6. avery is a small town high school senior with a big secrether parents are big time alcoholics and she is really on her own when her mother disappears and it looks like she ran off with the rich banker it gets a whole lot worse least of the worries is that the banker s daughter is Avery s enemy.I really wanted to like this book than I did avery has such a difficult life and you just want to cheer her on s where my issues are its a small townbut yet most people don t know how decrepit her house i [...]


    7. Plot While a couple of parts were predictable, I still enjoyed the plot I could somewhat relate to Avery s situation with her parents and liked how she overcame it and found other people she could count on It felt inspiring and down to earth This book deals with realistic situations such as alcoholic parents, abuse, sexual harassment, small town gossip, and bullying.Setting This is set in a small farm town, something I could really relate to Everything felt realistic and like I was right there a [...]


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