Yes, I have and my reaction depends on what the lie was and how it hurt me.
For example, years ago, when I was working in a start-up company, there was a new marketing person they brought in to help get the advertising going. Lots of energy, fun to be around. She and I had to work closely together, as in a start-up company, everyone just helps do everything just so everything gets done. My job was answering phones, typing for the executives, etc.
She and I made plans to go to lunch, but instead of being honest with me, she breaks our lunch date because she "had something come up", in the next breath, she asked someone else to lunch with her because she hated eating alone. And yes, she asked them while I was standing there.
It hurt for about five minutes until I realized that she was too superficial to even hide the fact that she really didn't want to go to lunch with me and couldn't even lie well. And it spoke volumes about her character that she asked someone else to lunch, in front of me, because she didn't want to eat alone. Who knows if that was even the truth? Don't know and don't care. I put a lot of energy into working with her because I cared about the company, not because she was a superficial idiot.
What's harder is when your spouse lies to you, especially about important things, like having an affair and then having a child as a result of the affair.
When you forgive someone for the lie that they told you, you are doing it for YOUR peace of mind, so YOU can set it aside. Lies can eat you up inside if you let them. So you can forgive the lie but be on your guard, as they lied to you once, they might do it again. Hope this helps.