Imperfect Truth

Debra Johnson learned a valuable lesson when her pregnant lover left her for a man Protect yourself at all costs She made a list of requirements in a lover and uses it as a shield to protect her heart At the top of her list is openness and honesty.Alex Reed has to keep the secret of her federal witness protection program or risk her and her sister s lives She longs forDebra Johnson learned a valuable lesson when her pregnant lover left her for a man Protect yourself at all costs She made a list of requirements in a lover and uses it as a shield to protect her heart At the top of her list is openness and honesty.Alex Reed has to keep the secret of her federal witness protection program or risk her and her sister s lives She longs for a meaningful loving relationship but fears exposing a lover to danger.Alex and Debra meet at a lesbian meet up group with intentions of only finding an event companion Their undeniable attraction keeps getting in the way of that intention as Debra struggles to protect her heart and Alex her life.
Imperfect Truth Debra Johnson learned a valuable lesson when her pregnant lover left her for a man Protect yourself at all costs She made a list of requirements in a lover and uses it as a shield to protect her heart

  • Title: Imperfect Truth
  • Author: C.A. Popovich
  • ISBN: 9781626397873
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Imperfect Truth”

    1. An ok read! if one do not do their research on what WITSEC is really about then this is where the storyline had many problems and issues -- from the writing to whether each characters were really connecting or had any chemistry in addition there was no plotline and way too many ridiculous unwanted scenarios going on in this book that was a bit of an overkill and way too much for me only some good pacing and editing left to speak of. Romance none and the forced sex scenes were sure not gonna help [...]

    2. Imperfect Truth is the third novel by C.A. Popovich. All her novels are standalones, but with somewhat intertwined characters and some shared activities (e.g. barrel horse racing). The main character here, Debra Johnson aka Debby, was a secondary character in the author's second novel The Courage to Try, and the main characters from both previous novels appear in this one as secondary characters. Pros:- an interesting premise that revolves around people in the Witness Security Program -- WITSEC [...]

    3. This is the second book I have read by Popovich. I did like it a little better than The Courage to Try, but it was still just in the okay range for me. The main characters from Courage are in this book and make a few appearances. And while I have not read Edge of Awareness, I believe the two mains from that book also have a small roll in this one.What I did find interesting about this book, was the WITSEC program. I can not even begin to imagine how hard it would be to give up your life and star [...]

    4. 3.5 rounded to 4. (Really wish we could rate with half stars). This was a pretty quick read. Woman gets cheated on and is very standoffish and not ready to trust again. Other woman is hiding out in the Witness Protection Program. Both are gun-shy, antsy, and feeling a little lonely. They go back and forth with the whole, "let's just be friends" thing for a while and then, skyrockets in flight. Yay! I liked that these characters were women over the age of thirty. Sometimes that's hard to come by. [...]

    5. As mentioned in other reviews, the real problem for me was the utter lack of chemistry between the two main charcters. The premise was interesting, but things really went slowly.In the end, it was just OK.Arc from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

    6. I normally write a version of my own synopsis but I can’t find the motivation with this book. I am actually in the same position I was with the Authors other two novels… Unenthused.The protagonists don’t seem to have much chemistry at all. I find it hard to get invested into any story when I can’t understand the love between a couple.I also felt that when the characters in the novel where having conversations it was forced and there was too much information that we the reader doesn’t n [...]

    7. (ARC provided by Netgally and the Publisher for an honest review.)I thought this premise was really interesting which is why I requested to review this book but after reading it I think that more could have been done with the story. The characters started off well even if I couldn't get on board with the whole we are just friends thing and I didn't see any chemistry. I hate to give such a bad review but I can't give this book anything more than 2.5 stars because it did nothing for me, it was not [...]

    8. *The copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Hmmm, I'm not sure what to think of this book I am very ambivalent about it - I both liked it and didn't The whole plot seemed like a great idea, but ended up being kind of pale; it just didn't deliver. Also, I had a problem remembering these two are in their forties, I don't actually know why. And - in my opinion, Alex and Debra's chemistry could've been described better - on moments, I felt nothing reading about them, and I love [...]

    9. This is the first book I have read by this author. Witness protection was an interesting storyline that caught my attention. I enjoyed the personalities of the main characters. Debra Johnson was likable and you cheered for her to find love. Alex Reed was likable and you understood her hesitation about getting involved with Debra. But the heart wants what the heart wants. I really wanted to like this read but the dynamics among the characters (Debra and her friends) was stiff and it felt like the [...]

    10. Slow Slow Slow stab myself in the eye with a sharp stick slow.For a full detailed review check out: reviews.c-spot/archives/5733

    11. 3.5 starsI'm not quite sure what went wrong for me in this book. I liked the premise. I can only imagine the stress of starting a new life and not being able to mention anything about your life before the new identity you're provided came into existence. Add to that, the total paranoia of imagining every person you meet could be the one who kills you and your family and you have a recipe for the sort of life that Alex is trying to live. But no one is happy alone, so she has to meet new people. E [...]

    12. Alex Reed is part of the WITSEC program as well as her sister and her father. There's nothing she wants more than a relationship but fears that of putting her loved one in danger. Debra Johnson is reluctant to start a relationship without honesty and openness, two qualities that are at the top of her list. Alex and Debra meet but despite their attraction to one another, they decide they were only going to be friends.Imperfect Truth is a stand alone book but apparently characters from C.A. Popovi [...]

    13. After the accident, I wondered if "Wheels" was going to live and then thought back to the bio of author, where it stated there was always a happy ending. This whole idea of communication is scary, but so much anguish could be avoided if we only had the couragee accident included.

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