The Lies We Tell was a ridiculously hot romance tale mixed with suspense and mystery that I devoured in a night. Winter starts school at Alstone after her father passes away and is thrown into the path of THE FOUR (yes, that is what they are called). Caiden and Weston (her step brothers) and Cassius and Zayde (their friends) are known to rule the school. Caiden and Winter have an intense dynamic between them. He despises her, which really means he can't stop thinking about her (taboo, I know) and their relationship is like gasoline meeting a match. I loved all the characters in this book. Realize this is a college-based plot so there are a few things that comes across as foolish and immature, but it did not take away from the incredible story line. I could not stop reading it. There is some uncertainty and mystery throughout the book and even though it ended on a cliffhanger, it made me so eager to dive into the second part!
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He shivered and bit my lower lip, more gently than I’d bitten his, and I moaned, moving my hands up to thread my fingers through his hair. He responded by sliding his tongue into my mouth, sending shock waves of pleasure through me, and I lost myself in his kiss.
“King Caiden, huh? If I’m the king, then get on your knees and worship me.”
I moaned his name over and over as he fucked me, hurtling towards my orgasm. I came so hard that I thought I was going to black out, feeling his cock pulsate inside me as he gripped onto me tightly, his whole body shuddering as he found his own release.
Starting over after my father’s sudden death was bad enough, but the four boys who rule Alstone College, my new university, are determined to make my life even more difficult. One in particular. Caiden Cavendish.
My nightmare. My shadow. My stepbrother.
My dad’s death was an accident... Lie.
My life isn’t in danger... Lie.
The Four won’t bring mayhem to my life... Lie.
I don’t want Caiden Cavendish... Lie.
Eeny, meeny, miny, mo.
The Four are coming for you, Snow.
Note: This book is not a standalone, and may contain triggers for some readers.