Daughter of Lies

Daughter of Lies Review

A Reimagining of Snow White

She never needed a mirror to tell her who she was. She thought she knew…
Until an assassin made her question everything.


Brenna Seagrave would rather spy on her kingdom’s enemies than attend a ball. She prefers danger and disguise to the smiling insincerities of the Andari court, but no one is quite sure what to do with a countess who engages in espionage.

To escape her frustrating new life, Brenna accepts an invitation to visit the mother she’s never had a chance to know, but nothing turns out quite as she expects. Her mother is obsessively critical, the neighbor is a ridiculous flirt, and the handsome butler is undoubtedly up to something. Also, someone seems to be plotting her demise.

In order to find out who wants to kill her, Brenna must work together with a bumbling nobleman and an old acquaintance who isn’t exactly a team player. Yet no one is who they pretend to be—not even Brenna—and it’s only a matter of time before her past catches up with her and threatens to destroy everything she’s come to love.

A romantic fantasy inspired by Snow White, Daughter of Lies is the fifth book of the Andari Chronicles, a series of interconnected but stand-alone fairy tale retellings that feature strong heroines, romance, mystery, and deeply satisfying happily ever afters.

Title:Daughter of Lies
Edition Language:English

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    Daughter of Lies Reviews

  • J.M. Stengl

    This is Brenna's story, and she makes an awesome heroine! Daughter of Lies is somewhat shorter than earlier books in the series, but it packs plenty of action, intrigue, and romance into those pages.T...

  • Mo

    snow white and spies!probably my second favorite in this series so far....

  • Shruti

    This is a really cool book and I enjoyed every moment of reading it. This book and infact this whole series is very highly recommended by me....

  • Lily

    I don't know if I'm just tired of this series, or if this book was actually worse than the others, but it certainly felt worse. Don't get me wrong, this book is still fun to read, and I love Brenna a ...

  • Nicole

    I love Kenley Davidson's stories! Fairy tales retellings are predictable. I enjoy how this author is able to take what you think is going to happen at the end of the book, tie it up in a neat little b...

  • Amanda Hagerty

    Amazing Just like the first four this one didn't disappoint me. And I am kinda hoping for more in this series. Brenna we meet and her life has changed when she founds our that she is a countess. She i...

  • beautyguise

    Once again I was caught up in another Kenley Davidson story! Even though I haven’t read the previous books in this chronicle series’s. It wasn’t a necessity. This is a stand alone with a series....

  • Marissa

    This delightful entry returns us to Brenna and gives us an update on how things have been going for her since she returned from Caelan, and we also get some updates on others involved in that earlier ...

  • Mariko L. Odhner

    Another great addition to Andari Chronicles Putting the character of Brenna in a Snow White retelling was already creative. The book is witty, well-written, and well paced. I appreciated how the motiv...

  • Kate

    My first book of the yearAnd it was a good one.I've read the Andar stories out of order (1, 4, 2, 3, 5), and spread more than two years since the first. But, Pirouette was my last book of 2019, and so...