My Rating: 4 Stars
Sex Scenes: Yes.
Series: Yes, Liar Liar #2.
Subject: The truth will set you free.
Escaping to Credence was supposed to be Becca's shot at a new life, but some secrets refuse to stay hidden, and now that the truth is out, everything changes.
The people she thought she could trust lied. The guy she thought cared about her kept her in the dark. And with no one to turn to, Becca finds it hard to unravel the truth. When she finally does, her past and present collide in a way no one saw coming.
The truth can hurt you ... Some dares will destroy you.
When the truth comes out everything seems to be destroyed, and Becca is not sure she can survive losing it all again, but she pushes through and becomes an even stronger version of herself.
But her troubles are not over yet and her enemies are still after her. She is coping and finds a place to let go, even though she misses them.
She slowly learns that you can be the strongest, but you will always need your friends, we are not an island, we need our people to have our backs or just listen to what we are going through.
This book shows us how much a simple joke or harassing can destroy someone, we need to be aware of the damage we cause and the pain we inflict on people.
It also teaches us about forgiveness, carrying around hatred is never good, letting go helps us to truly move on.
A beautiful and ugly story, about first love and surviving school, and how we become stronger after all the things we go through.
I identified a lot with Becca, I was never the prettiest or more popular girl, I was bullied a lot and I learned to roll with the punches and became a stronger version of myself.
Still sometimes I mourn that sweet innocent version who had to die in order for me to survive those years. We should all be allowed to be whoever we want and we shouldn't need to change because people thinks we are not cool or daring enough.
Be whoever you want to be!