Tell Me a Lie by Jannie Lund

Welcome to Maeville, North Carolina—home of the Madigan brothers. Disillusioned Cameron, steady-as-a-rock Hunter, adventurous Reid, and Julian with demons clawing at him from the inside. And the women who love them.

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Cameron Madigan used to dream of conquering Nashville and becoming a country music star.
He failed.
Now he’s back in town for his father’s funeral, even considering staying. Only problem is that he’s let people think he’s got a successful music career. Admitting the truth isn’t very appealing. Sometimes, though, a man’s got no say on whether he goes or stays.

Skye Jones watched Cameron hightail it out of town, off chasing the dreams they used to share. Now she watches him return, not much more than a shadow of the man he used to be. What’s worse, he thinks nobody can see it. Skye knows all about readjusting dreams, once dreaming of the moon, but now more than content just to watch it shine brightly on the sky at night.

Cameron and Skye thought their shared history was a closed chapter. Now, being back in the same town again, the embers smolder. But can they rekindle the fire when their lies to the world keep getting in the way?
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About the Author

Issue: Active imagination and head overflowing with words.
Solution: Put them on paper.

That’s what Jannie has been doing for as long as she’s been able to form words. In 2008 she finally found the courage to submit something to a publisher, a Christmas short story that was published in a Danish anthology. Since then there’s been very little looking back going on.

Living in Denmark, she has many other creative outlets other than writing, such as knitting, crochet, and scrapbooking. She’s a runner when her ankles allow her to be, and once in a while she also fancies herself a photographer. You might catch her at a local beach at sunrise or sunset.

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