Filthy Beautiful Lies
Book 1, Filthy Beautiful Lies
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I have no idea why she auctioned off her virginity for a cool mill. Regardless, I'm now the proud new owner of a perfectly intact hymen. A lot of good that will do me. I have certain tastes, certain sexual proclivities. I'm a bit more discriminatory than most. And training a virgin takes finesse and patience - both of which I lack.
Sophie Evans has been backed into a corner. With her sister's life hanging in the balance, the only choice is to claw her way out, even if that means selling her virginity to the highest bidder at an exclusive erotic club. When Colton Drake takes her home, she quickly learns nothing is as it seems with this beautifully troubled man. Being with him poses challenges she never expected, and pushes her to want things she never anticipated.
A sinfully seductive romance where everything has a price and the cost of love is the highest of all from New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, Kendall Ryan.
She likes him, she shouldn't like him. He's a jerk, he's not a jerk. I finished this book, but don't anticipate reading the sequel.
I only have 1 word to say from the book.....sweetness
Not for me. I'll pass the rest of this series.
Already judgement begins. Sophie believes because the money she needs is for a worthy cause that you should not judge her, but rather judge the man who bought her. The author is sending a mis-allusion to this form of wealth. Sophie is quick to predict and prejudge based on appearance. Sophie is an over-thinker. Sophie asks no questions regarding the men at the auction and the story makes no mention of the 6 month details of the contract. She constantly harps on the dangers of being with this man yet she was driven by money not safety.
Colton purchased companionship and instead gets to train and mold a virgin. Pathetic. Why? I'm tired of society putting so much importance on virginity and the importance of finding your soul mate at the same time.
Rather than be presumptuous why not tell the story from a more assertive perspective? Sophie's second guessing and pre-judgements do not interest me. If your going to make Colton appear to be closed off and challenging then stay on track with that form of writing.
It's a little late to be concerned with your safety. What questions did you ask about the men bidding on you? You willing sold yourself. You are not a slave, but a prostitute.
I do not understand why you think a normal girl can't be interested in sick s***. You think only damaged people are interested in that. Stop stereotyping and do your research.
Colton is an arrogant male character constantly bragging out his physique and penis size.
They are not pubescent teens, so why are they giving each other hand jobs? Seriously, this story is going to drag on for another 3 more volumes? Not necessary. If this author used her words to engage the reader instead of fill it with minute details of the mansion and shopping than it could have been summed up in one good book.