Sex, Marriage & Lies: You Know You Want It

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The finale to Sex, Marriage & Lies is next week.

THIS WEEK YOU CAN DOWNLOAD YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT for free, from today, until the 28th of December, 2018. 

That’s right. Click here to download your free copy now.

What are you waiting for?

It’s free.

And you know you want it.

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Love it or hate it? Please leave a Review on Goodreads – and while you’re there, check out Bookmark Chronicles and Getting Through Anxiety‘s reviews.

I hope ya’ll are enjoying holidays, if you celebrate them, and whether you do or don’t, tell your friends that they can get a free book to download, and everyone loves free books.




11 thoughts on “Sex, Marriage & Lies: You Know You Want It

      • Ariel Lynn says:

        I checked – I GOT IT! I’m going to finish the book I’m currently reading, then I’ll get right on it (although, I don’t like using electronics before bed, I’m sure I’ll cope just fine; if not, I’ll switch to daytime reading lol).

        I’ll also do a review, of course. However, I’m back-logged about 6 book reviews right now. LOL

        Speaking of, lemme get back to work on that book review. 😁

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      • Ariel Lynn says:

        I’m gonna start it tonight. To be honest, my goldfish brain almost made me forget & then I saw this post!

        I really should get into using the Kindle a bit more. It’s so useful! I just forget it’s there 99% of the time! :-/

        Aww. You really shouldn’t be thanking me; I failed to help you beyond the first chapter. I’ll continue to feel awful about that (I know you’ve told me not to, but it’s just not how I work). 😥

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      • thingscarlaloves says:

        That is not true at all! You helped me HEAPS past for my first chapter. I tell everyone about you, my editor. Literally, you are known to my friends and family as “Ariel my Editor”. That’s your title. You’ve helped improve my work, you’ve helped me work on different voices, you’ve helped with guidance in emails – dude, there is SO much I credit you for. Do not sell yourself short, or feel bad about it, because you’ve made me a better writer. You also helped with all those Publishing Agencies, too, remember? When I started getting all those offers that were too-good-to-be-true? You hunted them down and found out what was scams and what wasn’t. You were amazing. I started my Drunk Reviews because you convinced me that I could construct the right voice for it. In my second novel draft, my person is completely and totally different from Caitlin in “You Know You Want It”. I genuinely think I’ve managed to make Caitlin a stereotypical young adult, with that insecurity, but my new character, in the new novel I’m writing – ‘Do You See Me?’, I think I’ve managed to create a more ‘adult’ voice. I’m excited to send it to you when I finish the first draft (long ways off yet – only at like 30,000 words), but I’m just excited because I think I can see real improvement, which makes me so excited for what you see! (If that makes sense!)

        Also, if any of my comments don’t make sense, I have a major concussion. I think I mentioned it, but I honestly can’t remember. I will quite likely even forget this conversation. Also, I think I wrote a comment somewhere to you, but I don’t know if it made it to you.

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      • Ariel Lynn says:

        I’ll be honest – I teared up a little when you said you describe me as your editor & you place so much importance on the help I’ve given you. I still feel guilty that I didn’t help more, & that I’m only now reading your book.

        By the way, I’m about 30% done with “You Know You Want It” (according to my Kindle’s nifty little tracker thing). I will definitely be writing a review when I’m done. All I’m going to say now (& will probably include it somewhere in the review) is – OMG, ALL THE FEELINGS!

        I think you’ve done a lot of work & growing on your own too. I’m so proud of you; I hope you are too!

        I hope you don’t forget this conversation, but I would understand if you did. We have a lot of conversations going on simultaneously, so it’s not like it’s hard to do on a good day! Get better soon! ❤

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      • thingscarlaloves says:

        I will definitely remember calling you my editor, because I always do, and my long-term memory is pretty fine at the moment 🙂 But please don’t feel guilty. I have made such progress because of your efforts, and I know it’s not easy. I also know, separate to your illness, you have so many other things going on. But I’m just grateful that I’ve had your guidance and help!!

        Hopefully good feelings? Like, I mean, obviously not in the sense of the topic, but as in, the feelings are presented well.

        Thank you ❤

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      • Ariel Lynn says:

        I’m going to make a real effort to offer more assistance on any work you provide me with in the future. I could have done better, despite all the craziness going on around here.

        I think that’s gonna be my New Year’s Resolution (although I think making them is silly, I still do it for the most part) – Do better. It seems nebulous enough to give me a chance to make it through the year while keeping it!

        Plus, while I have a few elements of my life in mind to which I’d like to apply it, it can apply to everything. 🙂

        OK, I was going to reply to this comment last night. But, I was 87% done with the book & I knew I would finish it before bed last night. So, I decided to wait until this morning. Since my review is going to be a loooong time from now (stupid Shakespeare setting me back! J/K, I loved those books lol), I figured I should give you my input in brief – just a taste to get your interest in the review piqued. 😉

        So, many feelings. The feelings were directly tied to the topic, which meant they were bad. However, they were well presented in the text, since the text evoked those feelings. I took notes on my Kindle (WHY DON’T I USE THAT THING MORE OFTEN?!?!), many of them were sentences highlighted & the word “TRUTH.”

        Yes, the characters feelings were presented well. I saw Cait’s growth. Many reactions seemed realistic. Now I’m heading into review territory – I’m gonna make notations on my Word doc to remember where I was going when I get to writing the review.

        I hope that made sense!

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      • thingscarlaloves says:

        Oh my god I’m soooooo excited for you review (no rush!!!!!!) and PLEASE roast me where it’s needed!! I am soooo excited!

        If you want, I can send you what I’ve written as my plan-draft (it’s basically the story but with mini-chapters), for my second book if you’d like?? Just let me know!!

        Argh, I’m so excited!! Thank you again!

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      • Ariel Lynn says:

        If you want my honest opinion on your plan draft, then send it over. Honestly, I’d rather see how you work it out in full – you never know how the outline might change! You know how it works.

        I was just thinking last night I should bump your book up the list. Otherwise, I have 6 other books to review first &, TBH, my memory is starting to fade on their subject-matter & my commentary.

        Perhaps I need to put better notes down immediately after I finish a book while I’m on this review lag?

        But, I decided last night, I’m going to move your book up while it’s reasonably fresh in my mind. I won’t tell you when or how high I’m bumping it up though – who knows, the suspense might be good for you! You did say you’re a fan of thrillers. 😉

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