Mona Lisas and Little White Lies : Review

Mona Lisas and Little White Lies by John Herrick

*ARC kindly provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!*

Publication: March 19th 2019

She’s America’s hottest new celebrity. But her identity remains a secret.

Lily Machara is a wisecracking auto mechanic. She’s never cared for glitz or drama. But when Ryder Flynn, a rising star in the world of commercial art, adopts Lily as his muse after a random sighting, Lily discovers herself painted into his hot new pieces … and becomes America’s newest — anonymous — celebrity.

The only problem: The woman Ryder imagines isn’t the true Lily.

Or is it?

Goodreads' link to the book!


Stars: ✦✦✦
So as usual, I'll tell 3.0 things I liked about the book and 2.0 things I didn't like.

So what did I think?

+1 | The idea itself is clever and interesting

+1 | The characters in the book were well though out, each with layers and flwas

+/-1 | The writing was almost lyrical with descriptions, but not always adding to the plot thus making it slower

- 1 | It had no surprises and no mystery to it. A good story, but nothing too different

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