Review: Give Me Something by Elizabeth Lee

SYNOPSIS: Give Me Something -by Elizabeth Lee ebooklg

Here’s the deal… I learned a long time ago that sometimes you have to use what you’ve got to make things happen. What I happen to have is a pretty smile, long legs and the ability to make men believe anything I say. Before you get on your high horse and start judging me, can you honestly say you’ve never batted your lashes at some guy for a free drink at the bar? That’s what I thought.

Keep that in mind as I tell you my story of how I took it one step further. My story of lies, deceit, manipulation and love. Yeah, love. Believe me, it fits. Especially, when you factor in Nick and Tucker – one had my heart and the other one wanted it all for himself. Which one? Well, I can’t tell you that. It would defeat the purpose of the story. If I’m going to fill you in about me, Lila Garrison, and my life as a con artist you’re going to need to know all the facts, including the ones about the two guys who made me want to give up the life of fancy clothes, expensive jewelry, fast cars and easy money. Because sometimes, one person can give you something that’s more valuable than all of that.

If you’re still interested, stick around. Just remember, I’m pretty good at convincing people to do what I want, so if by the end of this whole thing you feel worked over, don’t say I didn’t warn you.


This was an enjoyable read and kept me on my toes with unexpected twists and turns that I could have never predicted. Elizabeth Lee has a talent for this and it is another reason as to why I adore her books. The story starts with Nick and Lila being a couple of con artists but this tale is not a simple or uncomplicated one. Lies are plentiful, lust is bountiful, and the urge to continue to read is undeniable. Cue Tucker, sweet, blue eyes, all muscles, cocky, arrogant Tucker…the ideal alpha male. This is where the problems start because Nick is also your resident bad-*ss with an attitude alpha.

At 51% I was saying what, I would have never seen that coming?! Then at 62% I found myself picking my jaw off the ground again at yet another unexpected twist of events. In the end, I was pleased with how things ended. It had me smiling and considering I picked the book up for free on Amazon only sweetened the deal. I would give this book 3.5-4 stars. I will definitely be picking up book 2…I believe it might be a certain someone’s chance at redemption!



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