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Filthy

Rixton Falls Series, Book 3
Written by: Winter Renshaw
Narrated by: Lidia Dornet, Roger Wayne
Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Filthy mouth. Dirty mind. Messy past. I'm no saint, and I hear my reputation precedes me, but you can't believe everything people say.

I've made a living playing by the rules only when the clock is ticking, the ball has been snapped, and I'm cleat-deep in AstroTurf. But I screwed up last year. I went too far with the girls and the partying and the benders. As a result, the team owner sentenced me to live in some gated, Floridian retirement village until I can "calm down".

The rules are clear: no girls, less booze, zero publicity stunts. If I lay low and repair my reputation, I won't get cut. It's that simple. Everything was going well. For the first time in my life, I was living by someone else's rules, and then she showed up for the summer.

My next door neighbor's great niece is visiting, and it doesn't take long for me to see Delilah Rosewood is the perfect mix of sexy and smart. She makes me want to break all the rules and draw every penalty just to get a taste. But there's one problem: she hates me with the passion of a thousand Florida suns.

©2016 Winter Renshaw (P)2016 Tantor

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  • Cheri
  • 2016-10-14

Summer Lovin.....

.... met a girl crazy for me.... met a boy cute as could be....

Filthy was funny, cute and had some steamy romance. There's a HEA, no cliffhanger, and could easily be read as a stand alone. What I enjoyed most, was all the sexy, witty banter between Delilah and Zane and how he would get under her skin.

Some Spoilers:
Zane's a confident, sexy, dirty talking "baller" who's been sent to a retirement community in FL to clean up his act. His lifestyle and total disregard for the Laguna Palm's Home Owner's Association isn't winning him any points with the present of the HOA, who happens to be Delilah's great aunt, Rue. Delilah's more of an uptight college student who's staying with her great aunt during the summer. She's been warned about Zane's "personal mission to live a life of hedonistic defiance." When she first arrives in Laguna Palms, all she wants is a good night sleep but Zane, her great aunt's next door neighbor, is throwing a party. In an attempt to get the party noise down to an acceptable level, she goes over to Zane's (a very sexy Zane) asking for the party to be taken inside. He tells Delilah he won't do it and she's too young to be the fun police. She leaves slamming the door and this is the first of their love/hate relationship. Zane can't resist riling Delilah, and each encounter turns into sexual tension. When they finally give into their desires, they have some amazing sex and decide to make it a summer fling.

The narration was great! I enjoyed both Roger Wayne's and Lidia Dornet's performances. Dornet really did an awesome job with characters, especially Delilah's great aunt.

While Filthy wasn't as intense as other romances I listen too, it was still a good story, and the banter was both funny and sexy. It's worth a credit.

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  • WynnCreek5
  • 2018-03-26

Sooooo finished

Awww com'on authors. Do you have such a dim view of women? I am so tired of women in romance novels who are such pushovers... Geee OK he screwed you... oh and by the way you screwed him after knowing that he had more a$$ than a saddle... and then tells you to hide, you over hear him telling someone he's alone while you are HIDING... and the next time you see him YOU DON'T EVEN MENTION THAT!!! No matter what he does - when you are alone - - your panties fall off?????? I am really tired of reading these kind of things. to the point that I am really considering canceling my romance subscription.... I guess I will have to be more selective... Well Delilah, being the conservative person she is goes next door and asks the Player (literally & figuratively) to keep the noise of his party down and sees that its basically a orgy. I disliked the hero. He is super arrogant. Yeah Yeah everyone wants to "sleep" with him.... The narrators were great. Really talented. Nothing surprising here arrogant man-whore baller meets his (door-mat, push-over. passive) match... He falls in love because she is sooooo different than the previous (triple digit amount) women he has slept with... rrrigggtt....

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  • Sunshine
  • 2016-12-28

Spanking hot with humor!

This is Delilah Rosewood's story. Zane is the professional football player on house arrest in a retirement community. Delilah is helping her aunt pack up her home for selling purposes. She is a good girl, obeying all the rules. He is the complete opposite. They have a hate-relationship until they can't stop their attraction for one another. She learns to live life a little with Zane. The alpha in him is hot! The conflict could have been avoided. Low drama. I like this series but Royal (book 1) is still my favorite. Narration was great. It was worth my credit.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-03-08

Best narrating duo I have ever listened to!

These 2 were by far the best duo out of the 4 books in this series. I have listened to 100s of audio books and have heard most of the narrators in this genre. Roger Wayne has the sexiest voice! Lidia Dornet has a great voice too and sounds so natural. They are both terrific actors. I truly can't say enough about them.

I really liked Zane and Delilah's story. They are great characters. I'm pretty sure I liked them so much because of the narrators!

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  • it socks
  • 2019-01-13

Ugh

I liked the first book. I did not like the second at all. I decided to give the third a shot. It got worse. These people are adults correct? The “heroine” was extremely weak, whiny, and stuck up.
I was agitated for most of the book. Ridiculous overreacting and drama that could be cleared up quickly by just an adult conversation. The female lead would walk out and ghost him for days because of an imagined slight that could have been clarified by just a one minute conversation. I hate characters like this. Not to mention the fact the male lead is there apologizing for nothing. This is my last book by this author. Real women read your books. Don’t insult your readers by giving them high maintenance self righteous heroines who stamp their feet when they don’t get their way.

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  • Nat
  • 2018-09-13

GOOD...BUT PREDICTABLE!!!

It was funny, and entertaining but I could sort of figure out where it was going after a while. Winter Renshaw, is a wonderful author and I love her books...but I didn't love this one. (((SPOILER))) I had a hard time liking the antagonist (Zack). What his ex- went through because of his irresponsibility (though non intentional), was beyond life altering. I wished he was held more accountable for his actions. Don't get me wrong his life was altered too, but not the same way as his ex-. Though he carried the guilt with him for quite some time, he was able to move on and love someone new. His ex- couldn't and I think that happens too often in novels. The cliché 'Bad-Boy' gets away with murder, and the 'Good-girl' gets stuck with a raw deal. I'd like to see a different narrative on that. (Just my POV) . Other than that, I liked to book and the series. Very entertaining.

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  • Lydia - HEA Bookshelf
  • 2018-04-23

SIX STARS

Oh em gee!!! THIS BOOK WAS PHENOMENAL!!!!

Lidia Dornet and Roger Wayne did an astounding job bringing the story to life!

The angst, the build-up, the banter...this story had be GLUED and ADDICTED.

A MUST-listen to FOR SURE!!

Six stars!!

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  • Joellen
  • 2019-08-26

Underwhelmed

While I thought the premise of the story was pretty interesting, it was very difficult for me to invest emotionally.

I was familiar with the h, as I’d read the other books in the series. I however, didn’t enjoy the character in those initial introductory moments.

This story did nothing to improve my impression. The h came across as overly sensitive, immature and entitled.

I also didn’t care for the female narrator. There was a quality in her voice that sounded like maybe she had too much spit in her mouth. It made my ears hurt.

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  • Rowena1999
  • 2017-12-27

Okay

I really liked the story at the beginning. The meet-cute was hilarious. The characters were likeable and passionate.

The rest was okay.

The narration was okay.

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