Circle of Lies by Sara Daily & Staci Weber – Review/Promo

Circle of Lies by Sara Daily & Staci Weber – Review/Promo

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Book BLURB:  Circle of Lies


Aiden Wright is trying to figure out who he really is, but the truth could cost him his true mate—or his life.

Life has always been easy for Aiden Wright. He’s smart, athletic, funny, and the ladies adore him. But when tragedy strikes, Aiden discovers the truth about who he really is, and his whole world comes crashing down around him. Aiden thought that being a teenage werewolf was going to be awesome, but it might just cost him the one girl who could make him whole.

Since her mother’s disappearance, Teagan Rhodes’s life has been littered with her father’s empty beer cans and his hollow promises to change. Convinced that others would only let her down, she keeps everyone at arm’s length—but resisting Aiden’s charm is proving to be more difficult than she thought. Throw in a psychotic werewolf hunter out to terminate the species, and one wrong move, one wrong decision could destroy everything.


O.M.G.  This book is what Twlight should have been about and written.  Let me explain…

As most people know, I think I’m the only person in my age group that didn’t like Twilight, have never seen the movies and couldn’t care about RStew and their love life.  I have no intention of EVER seeing the movies or even reading book #2 in the series.  Circle of Lies confirms that there is intelligent, smartly written, PNR for the YA/NA crowd.  What Ms. Daily and Ms. Weber have written is a strong, intelligent heroine that can stand on her own two feet, a hero that is truly swoon worthy but also the guy that doesn’t have a clue about girls and a supporting cast that truly does support the hero/heroine and villain that in some way you can actually feel for…sorta.

Teagan has been given some hard knocks in her life but she stands on her own two feet.  She’s grounded and still leary of the beautiful people, as she calls them.  When Alli, Aiden’s sister, takes a shine to her as a friend, Teagon doesn’t know what to think.  Then when Aiden comes sniffing around her, she doesn’t know what to think.  She thought she was in love once, but when she was dumped the day after “after”, she keeps guys at arms length.  I can relate…

Aiden just found out that he’s a werewolf and hasn’t even changed yet.  Then to find out his sister Alli is mated to the next Alpha in the pack and they all go to school together.  Jeez…what’s a guy to do?  Oh and to meet his mate, Teagon and not realize what the hell that really all means to him and his pack since she’s human.  He could have been the most screwed up character but in truth, he’s just a regular guy that’s been thrown some serious crap at him.  What he does realize that is that needs Teagon like his next breath and that scares the crap out of him.

Again, I can not tell you how much I loved Circle of Lies.  Intelligently written with great dialogue between all the characters and a love story that melt anyone’s heart.  Its sweet, passionate and above all about what a family truly means in her life…no matter who they are.



HARLIE here:  I read this book too and dear God, I’m going to post this review on Harlie’s Books on Sunday, March 24th.  Yes, it was that good; it restored my faith in the YA/PNR genre.  When’s the next one coming out?  *wink*  *hint*

BIO:Sara & Staci Author Photo-2

Both Sara Dailey and Staci Weber are avid readers, English teachers, friends, wives and soccer moms. They have been teaching together for the past ten years and writing together for six.

Born and raised in Houston, TX, Staci Weber is a graduate of the University of North Texas. Staci is a junior high school teacher with an addiction to reading romance novels. She considers herself incredibly lucky to have a close family, some good friends, a fabulous husband and two beautiful little girls.

Sara Dailey co-authored the Red Ridge Pack Novels with her good friend and co-worker Staci Weber. She has a degree in literature from U of H Clear Lake and is a graduate of The Institute of Children’s Literature. Sara is a native Texan and lives with her wonderful husband and son in League City, TX.





  1. That has to be my favorite review yet! When Sara and I first decided to write YA we made a pack…no weak teenage girls! We wanted our main characters to stand up for themselves and learn from their mistakes! Thank you so much for the wonderful words!
    Harlie – Please post away! (perfect too, b/c it’s my birthday!)
    -Staci & Sara

  2. Maria D. says:

    This sounds fantastic and I’m adding it to my list – I’ll admit that I like the Twilight movies but my biggest complaint has been how weak and how emotionally dependent she was on both Edward and Jacob – just not healthy!

  3. Sounds fantastic.

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