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‘I knew who I wanted. There was only one person. The only girl it could ever be for me – even though it would be something close to immoral for me to bring her into the shitfuckery that was my life.’

We do love everything Blackstone, so we dived straight into Filthy Lies by Raine Miller the moment it landed on our kindles. We were immediately swept up into the emotional and sexy romantic journey which Winter and James found themselves on. Filthy Lies is one of those easy sexy reads with just the right amount of passion, emotion and angst to keep you reading from cover to cover in one –happy place- sitting.

‘I was so lost in him. I always had been, and I knew that I’d accept whatever he offered and deal with the consequences later.’

Winter is Caleb Blackstone’s sister from Filthy Rich -which we loved- and this is her story. And what a story it was. Winter is a wonderful heroine. A mere twenty four year old encompassing more wisdom, maturity and strength than her years. Her heart is huge, her compassion grand. We fell in love with Winter and wanted her to find someone to care for her, love her and protect her just as she does to others. Winter only wants James Blakney though. A childhood crush whom she fell in love with, a love that still and will forever remain in her heart, no matter what.

‘This was my truth. Because I could never be with Winter the way I wanted to be. I could never have her. Not how I dreamed of having her when my inner most fantasies took over within my twisted headspace.’

James is eight years older than Winter and has known her all her life through his close friendship with Caleb. He’s always harboured an inner need to protect Winter – loved her even, however, somewhere along the years this love turned into more than a ‘sibling love’ rather turning into a passionate burning desire for a woman who stands on a pedestal above all others. James is conflicted. But the heart wants who it wants. We fell in complete love with James. Swoon worthy has a new name and it’s, James Blakney.

“James, you cannot hurt her….”

No path to love is easy, especially when outside influences come in to play, and not the good kind. A true love determined to succeed will stand up, be counted and show the middle finger; proving it’s unbreakable and can weather all storms. We thoroughly enjoyed watching just that!

‘I’d probably do anything to hear her say those three words to me again. Those words changed everything. Every-fucking-thing.’

We loved this story; it was perfect in many ways. We would have loved to have experienced more of the dominating side of James, his controlling ways if you will. He was utterly romantic, super sexy and extremely loving. He was almost too perfect so we needed a bit more of the rough edge which we knew he possessed. However, our sweet and fierce heroine and our kinky and wonderful hero made us feel every emotion, as they did, connecting completely to the intense depth of their love which was achieved by the fabulous writing talent that is, Raine Miller.

‘It’s time for you to come home.’

Synopsis

On the day I turned fifteen years old I knew I loved James Blakney. There was a look in his eye that told me he’d finally noticed I existed in a realm beyond best-friend’s-much-younger-off-limits-don’t-even-think-about-it-little-sister. Call it womanly intuition, despite the fact I was barely qualified for being an actual woman at just fifteen—and only in the biological sense—but still, I knew I loved him.

What I never expected from him was a proposal of marriage nearly eight years later. I know it’s not supposed to be a real marriage, but James is certainly making it feel that way.

He’s also hiding something from me.

But I’ve hidden the truth from him as well.

Lies.

So many filthy lies.

~Winter Blackstone

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