{Review} Lie For Me: Griff’s Story by Romily Bernard

19367312Release Date September 2nd 2014

Publisher Harper Teen

Series Find Me 0.5

Genre YA Mystery/Thriller

Format ebook (140 pages)

Source Purchased

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Get to know Wick Tate’s supercute hacker boyfriend, Griff, in this digital original novella from the talented author of Find Me and Remember Me!

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This is a great little novella to add to your collection with the Find Me series. Griff is the perfect, swoon worthy love interest! He’s so sensitive and sweet that you can’t help but love his character. It was nice getting his thoughts on certain scenes from Find Me, especially when he first saw Wick. I love the voice that the author created for his character. Although this is YA, you get to feel the intensity of the connection between Wick and Griff. Griff’s thoughts for Wick are so passionate, but not in an overzealous way, which is very YA friendly. The author clearly has a knack for fleshing out romance between young characters, without overdoing it.

We also get to see what Griff’s life is like when he’s not with Wick. In Find Me, we only get snippets from Wick’s POV. But as always, there are two sides to a story. I don’t usually read companion novellas for series, but something told me to get this one. And how could I pass up getting to know one of my new fictional boyfriend’s character? Again, this is a great story to read before jumping into the next book Remember Me. I’m so ready to read the next installment!

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