SYNOPSISFaye Turner is a nineteen-year-old homeless prostitute addicted to cocaine.
Her life is simple, bouncing from one high to the next, bent over greasy truck seats for faceless men. But everything changes when Rhett Hale comes back into her life. Her devilishly handsome step-brother brings life-changing news and a special kind of hate reserved only for Faye. But all the hate in the world can’t hide Rhett’s lust for her.
He wants something wild. Something filthy.
And Faye is tempted to give him just that.
***Filthy is a dark erotic serial novel that will release monthly in segments of around 50 pages each. This book is not for those who like a traditional heroine. Faye and Rhett's story is dark, complicated, and twisted with themes that are not acceptable to all readers. Read at your own risk.***
AUTHOR: MEGAN D. MARTIN
EXPECTED PUBLICATION: AUGUST 5, 2014
STANDALONE/SERIES: BOOK 1 OF A SERIAL (44 PAGES)
About The Story
Faye Turner, ran away from home when she was only 16 years old. She's been surviving by selling her body and is using drugs as way to get by. Her life is a cycle of getting fucked, getting paid and then getting high. She dimly remembers being happy and she also remembers the one person she almost fell in love with. Her step-brother, Rhett Hale.
He shows up unexpectedly with very grave news, and Faye is thrown back into the life she ran away from. But a lot of things have changed. One of them being that Rhett hates her and second being that he also lusts for her body. When Faye realises that Rhett has moved on with his life and has the perfect girlfriend, someone she could never match. She becomes resentful and is hell bent on proving to Rhett and herself that Rhett could never settle for clean and perfect.
My only complaint about this book is that it is incredibly short, and it left me wanting more. Faye is a really raw character, she's really young but in her head she's far older. She's been through a lot and she knows how to survive. The one thing she can always count on is her how men react to her body, and she uses it. Megan's writing is real and gritty, I've read a few books where the heroine is a prostitute but a lot of the time it's glamourised. This isn't the case with Filthy. I really hope the next installment is released soon because I'd really love to know what happens next!
ARC kindly provided by author in return for an honest review