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Wicked Lies Boys Tell by K. Webster is LIVE! Check out my review!


Wicked Lies Boys Tell

By: K. Webster

Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Friends-To-Enemies-To Lovers, YA/NA, Angsty

Release Date: August. 27, 2019

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I’m in love with my best friend.
I’m in love with my enemy.

But they’re the same.
They. Are. The. Same.
Lines in my world are blurry between fantasy and reality.
Truth and lies. Love and hate.

Copeland Justice is my enemy. My once best friend. The sadist in my heart plucking and pulling at every thread of who I am until I’m unraveled at his feet.
His mouth says he hates me. His eyes burn with animosity for me. His heart beats for someone else.

But Copeland Justice is the best liar of us all.

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My Review


Wicked Lies Boys Tell is K. Webster’s new contemporary M/M romance! Anyone that follows me knows I am a HUGEEE K. Webster fan (#1FANGIRL) and although I’m not a HUGE fan of M/M romance, I am a fan of hers so I thought I would give Wicked Lies Boys Tell a chance. I mean seriously can K. Webster write anything bad ya’ll? OMG, you guys, I absolutely loved it! The heartache, the love, the fierce devotion to each other and their friendship, the angst OMGGGG! Webster is the fucking queen of angst and she delivers with Penn and Cope’s story!

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Wicked Lies Boys Tell is about two teenage boys who have been best friends and next-door neighbors for sixteen years. These two boys, Penn and Cope have a friendship like no other, they are more brothers than friends. Both boys have a mutual hatred for their fathers who are awful, power/money jerks, Penn’s father may be worse but Cope’s is no peach either. But it doesn’t matter because the boys have each other.

But as they get older Penn develops feelings… confusing feelings towards his best friend Cope. Penn keeps his feelings a secret for a long time until one night, he acts on them.

Needless to say, Cope is less than thrilled which in turn starts a two-year discord between the once inseparable boys.

“I ruined us. Ruined sixteen years of friendship. We were neighbors who grew up like brothers. Our bond was unbreakable… until I broke it.”

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The story starts AFTER the “unwanted” kiss. The boys haven’t spoken in two years, and both are miserable and trying to cope with the emptiness of not having the other in their lives anymore. They are good liars and anyone who doesn’t know them the way they know each other doesn’t see just how empty they are. But Cope and Penn can see the difference in each other.

Until one night when Penn needs help and Cope decides to step in and help him. Once they are around each other again both boys realize how much they miss one another and the friendship they once had and decide to figure out a way to handle and move on from Penn’s newfound feelings.

The problem is… ever since Penn kissed Cope, Cope has been having some thoughts and feelings of his own. And now that Cope is back in his life he’s having a hard time ignoring them.

“Penn lights me up. His smiles burn into me. Brilliant and bright.”

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Can Cope & Penn regain the friendship they once had?

What happens if BOTH boys give in to their feelings?

What happens if their fathers find out?!

You’ll have to read Wicked Lies Boys Tell to find out!

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“Maybe, even for only a few moments, he was right there with me. There was no gay or straight. No right or wrong. Just us. Penn and Cope.”

Ya’ll point me to some good young adult/new adult, M/M romances please because K. Webster has made me a fan! The steam you guys… OH MY, OH MY, OH MY!!! There were a few touch and go moments that I thought I was going to break something, Kindle included LOL but luckily my Kindle made it out alive and crack free! These characters, the plot, I devoured this book!

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Penn McAlister, the boy everyone loves and admires. The star athlete. The good boy. There is so much pressure on Penn to be the guy everyone thinks he is that he feels like he can’t really be HIM. My heart broke for Penn while he watched his best friend and the guy he’s in love with, hate him from afar.

Copeland Justice A.K.A Cope is the ignored son, the broody tattooed rebel, the wild one. Cope’s pain was different from Penn’s but painful all the same. Cope feels betrayed by Penn, and that betrayal crushed him. Cope deals with the pain by shutting himself off from feelings completely. He wants to hate Penn but not having his best friend is hard and once they become friends again being around Penn leaves him more confused than ever.

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The sexual tension between the two is unmistakable. The chemistry, the heated looks, the anticipation, GAHHHH! SMOKIN’ HOT YA’LL! I loved the “practicing” they did. I couldn’t help but LOL at what they were both so blind to see. Even reading the flashbacks, I think there was ALWAYS something different about their relationship and feelings towards each other but they were both too young to understand that their relationship was different than most boys. Watching them FINALLY come together, EXPLOSIVE and HOT! 🔥🔥🔥

“Even two years spent apart, that connection I’d thought was severed continued to exist, linking us even when I thought we’d long been cut apart.”

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The secondary characters, I adored Leah. Sticking up for the guys, and being totally on board with their relationship without a second thought, she was a really good friend to them BOTH. Ivy, UGH! I hated her. I could understand her at first, after two years and your boyfriend up and leaves you, yea that hurts. BUT, she knew. There’s no way she didn’t know that Cope didn’t feel the same intensity towards her as she did him. The lying, that was what ruined her character for me.

From friends to enemies, to friends, to lovers, you couldn’t help but root for them while watching Penn and Cope’s emotional journey through adolescence and coming to terms with their sexuality. Their story is all wrapped up in a happily ever after. That ending could not have been any better. Gahh I love Cope and Penn!

“We’re Penn and Cope,” I tell him, with a peck to his lips. “Best fucking friends. Like always. Two tornadoes. But instead of bouncing off each other and wreaking havoc alongside the other, we’ve become one. Unstoppable.”

This is a MUST READ! If you are a fan of the genre then THIS IS THE ONE FOR YOU! But even if you are new to M/M as I was, this is the PERFECT introductory to M/M! K. Webster did an astounding job and I HIGHLY recommend Wicked Lies Boys Tell!

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About The Author

K. Webster

Author K. WebsterK. Webster is a USA Today Bestselling author of over sixty romance books in many different genres including dark romance, taboo romance, contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her supportive husband and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

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