Tell Her No Lies by Kelly Irvin

Tell Her No Lies

In Tell Her No Lies, a new romantic suspense novel, talented author Kelly Irvin explores the question of what makes a family—nature or nurture?—in a fast-paced race to the truth.As children, Nina Fischer and her sister were plucked from foster care in Florida and brought to Texas by a wealthy uncle they’d never met after their mother went to prison for selling drugs. Now, as an adult, Nina loves her adopted father and wants to please him, ...


Details Tell Her No Lies

TitleTell Her No Lies
ISBN9780785223115
Author
Release DateNov 13th, 2018
PublisherThomas Nelson
GenreSuspense, Romance, Christian Fiction
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Reviews Tell Her No Lies

  • Calista Andrechek
    1970-01-01
    Thank you NetGalley, Kelly Irvin and Thomas Nelson for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review.Nina and her sister were plucked from their absentee mother at a very early age and were placed with their well off aunt and uncle, who were like parents to them. Nina loves her adopted father, even if he doesn’t support her career choices. One night, while getting ready for a show, Nina hears something downstairs and investigates only to fin...
  • Denise Hershberger
    1970-01-01
    This was a new to me author and I'm so glad I read this one! I felt like this was a nice new voice for romantic suspense. It was also a good opportunity to remind readers that addictions come in many forms and with many consequences. I always appreciate when a book has a message that goes a little deeper.I did feel like there were a lot of characters to keep track of in this story. It wasn't terrible, but I think if Irvin had added even one more ...
  • Kate Ellis
    1970-01-01
    Tell Her No Lies is the first book I have read by Kelly Irvin and I firstly want to say how pleased I am that she has attained her dream, as she mentions in her note at the end of the.book, of publishing suspense. I have read lots of psychological thrillers, suspense, crime, and mystery books. This kept my interest throughout and it was so refreshing to read a book which did not contain swearing to distract and stunt my reading. I look forward to...
  • Kathy
    1970-01-01
    3.5 stars.
  • Becca-Rae Weidel
    1970-01-01
    *4.5 stars*Kelly Irvin is a new-to-me author but this book certainly left me wanting to read more! It was fast-paced and packed with plenty of suspense from cover to cover. I liked how the romance was weaved into the story in a way that was more believable and not forced or cheesy. It didn't take me long to devour the entire book.Confession: I am not a huge fan of Hallmark romance. It's not to say I don't watch any of the movies (especially aroun...
  • Debbie
    1970-01-01
    This book is a Christian romantic suspense novel. Nina has a hard time trusting people, but she thought that her adoptive father was a good guy even though he was hard to please. Only it turns out that he had a secret life of addiction and corruption. A longtime friend forces his affections on Nina so that he can keep track of what she knows. Aaron swears he'll be there to support her no matter what, but he repeatedly avoids her after he witnesse...
  • Ellen White
    1970-01-01
    Nina hears a whisper, following the sound she goes into her Dad’s office. the gun cabinet is open, and her father was down. A foster dad that had taken Jan and her in and made them his daughters. A state district court judge died in his home. Aaron her best friend had come avoiding the media at the front, yet was a photographer. He had to follow the story no matter how it turned out. Detective King orders all media to stay in the front, and she...
  • Kelly Tyree
    1970-01-01
    Tell Her No Lies is a fast paced suspense/romance book that really keeps the reader engaged right up to the end.Nina Fischer is a photographer who discovers her adopted father dead one morning. She and her father were the only ones in the house at the time. Nina finds herself among the list of suspects in the case. Nina and her sister were adopted by their aunt and uncle at a young age and was raised by them. She and her adopted father had a good...
  • Kelly
    1970-01-01
    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I was excited to receive this book. I love a good murder mystery. This book was based on an interesting concept but it really could have used more character development. The main people were developed okay but I never really had a strong feeling toward anyone in this book. The writer mother or the military si...
  • Melanie
    1970-01-01
    3.5 starsTell Her No Lies was a story that got better as I continued to read. The story started without much backstory and I felt like I had to try to figure out what was all going on, which was a little frustrating. Once I got further into the story, I started to really enjoy it and I liked suspense aspect as well.Even though there was romance in Tell Her No Lies, I didn't feel like it was a main focus and maybe that is why I didn't care about t...
  • Tammy G.
    1970-01-01
    Kelly Irvin is a new to me author. But she's one I'll be keeping on my to go list.Tell Her No Lies is filled with a lot of action, suspense!, and a smidgen of romance. I love, love suspense and this book kept me on the edge of my seat. literally!Nina is a strong young woman who has been dealt a rather bad hand in the life department. But Nina is one to let it keep her down. However, she does have an unusual way of dealing with her life...she keep...
  • Leslie M.
    1970-01-01
    2.5 starsThe story focuses on Nina Fischer, who was adopted years ago by her uncle. She finds him murdered in their house, and in trying to figure out who is responsible for his death, Nina uncovers some of her uncle’s secrets. Irvin is best known for her Amish-themed novels, but this one is a romantic suspense. There are a number of characters, and it sometimes felt like there were too many. Nina is fully developed, but that isn’t the case w...
  • Mary
    1970-01-01
    This is the first time I've ever read a book by Kelly Irvin, and what can I say, it was an exceptional read. From the beginning we are drawn into the book with the murder of Nina's adoptive father who by all standards was the perfect husband and father. But as the book progresses we realize it was all a carefully crafted illusion which was about to implode. Trying to stay one step ahead of the police , Nina with the help of her best friend Aaron,...
  • Diane Higgins
    1970-01-01
    “Tell Her No Lies” by Kelly Irvin was a good romantic suspense read. This was the first book I’ve read by her, and I look forward to reading more. This story centers around Nina Fischer. Nina and her sister were adopted years ago by their uncle. Life is good for them until their uncle is found murdered in his own house. Nina is the one who finds him. Through trying to find out who murdered him, Nina uncovers some secrets that her uncle was ...
  • Elena L.
    1970-01-01
    [3,5/5 stars]Nina's adoptive father is murdered and she is the prime suspect."Tell her no lies" is my first read from Kelly Irvin. This Christian romantic suspense novel is fast paced and keeps you guessing for the whole time. Though the writing is fluid and easy, I didn't feel connected with the characters because I think they weren't enough developed. Despite of this fact, the plot is very suspenseful and the ending unexpected. [I received an A...
  • Deena
    1970-01-01
    A good story, but I never fully connected with any of the characters.
  • Anita Ojeda
    1970-01-01
    Nina Fischer wants to show the world the many faucets of people who experience homelessness, and she’s found a way to do so through a medium she loves—film photography. While many might mistake her for a rich kid dabbling in art, before her adoption, she experienced the bone crushing hopelessness of living on the streets. While preparing for an upcoming art exhibit, she steps out of her darkroom and into a nightmare. A whisper pleading for he...
  • Linda Wilson
    1970-01-01
    Nina Fischer carries a camera wherever she goes—so she can view life through a filter. Safely. After her mother abandoned her to the streets, Nina has kept people at a distance, including her uncle, who adopted Nina and her sister. Wealthy and proud, he is a good man, a fair judge, and someone many in San Antonio admire.But when he is murdered, and the detective assigned to the case accuses Nina of the crime, she knows she must act. She’s det...
  • Amy
    1970-01-01
    This is the first book that I have read by Ms. Irvin. I was interested in the book, because of its cover and description and decided I wanted to read it. Wow! This suspense story was very impressive. Her writing reminded me of other suspense authors that I enjoy reading. This book focuses on Nina who finds her father after he is murdered. Throughout the story, Nina is trying to discover who murdered her father and why. There are a couple of men i...
  • Mommy Reads
    1970-01-01
    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.As children, Nina Fischer and her sister were adopted by their estranged uncle after their mother went to prison for dealing drugs. Now, as an adult, Nina wants to please her adoptive father but her career choice (photographer and poet) doesn’t seem to please him. One night, Nina finds her father Geoffrey Fi...
  • Laura Hundley
    1970-01-01
    Tell Her No Lies by Kelly Irvin is a great fictional thriller with a dab of romance. Nina is abandoned by her mother at an early age and finds it hard to trust anyone. He uncle takes her in and raises her and tries his best to show her about humanity at its best. Her love of photography is really what helps keep her in a comfortable place. One day however she find her uncle is dead and the police are accusing her. Nina must find a way to prove he...
  • Dsbook
    1970-01-01
    This is the first book that I have read by Kelly Irvin and I loved it. It is a story of family deceit and how a family must come to terms with the results. It is a religious romantic suspense and is very well written. I really liked the characters and how they dealt with all of the fall out.