Unfiltered and Unlawful

Unfiltered and Unlawful

by Payge Galvin, Ronnie Douglas



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494864682
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/15/2014
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

The fearless leader of the group, Payge Galvin has always wanted to be a writer. She also loves spending time with her friends, so after a few cosmos at the pool with her besties, the idea for UNFILTERED was born. Together the group wrote twelve books about twelve strangers who share a dark secret. . . and who all want to find love-because, really, who doesn't?

Keep up to date on UNFILTERED news on Payge's tweets at @PaygeGalvin or keep checking back at www.unfilteredbooks.com.

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Unfiltered and Unlawful 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LJ111970 More than 1 year ago
When I started this book I wasn't sure what to think. It is a bit far fetched and somewhat unrealistic. I was wondering how I would review it until I realized, I am not judging it based on it's real factor. It's about the story. It starts off great and captivates you right from the start. The characters are good and strong and we are introduced to them one at a time. The drama is right at the beginning so it's an unwind from then out.   There are a bunch of people involved in the event and this book introduces you to them all but is mainly about Sugar and how she deals with and moves on after what happens. This was a great read and I plowed through it in one night, in fact I plowed through all the books in this series in one night, sometimes 2 books a night. Drama, excitement, love, lust, friendship - this series has a little bit of everything.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My rating is on this story alone, which is a great read. Lots of adventure. Why I will not be reading the series is because each book is about one of the twelve people at the coffee shop and don't connect the first main characters. Why be a series if they are completely seperate? You fall in love with a character then they are just gone.
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adoptabook More than 1 year ago
Insteresting premise however I never really felt like routing for the characters. Kinda generic fill ins without real personalities or even really any goals. Quick read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a pretty good and interesting start to this series. The whole concept of such a large group of people keeping one horrible secret was so far fetched I just had to read this book and see for myself what led to their predicament. Its actually an interesting tale, though I have to read through the series to get the answers to all of the questions I have regarding the dead drug dealer and why he was after Sasha in the first place... The codependency between her and Tommy is actually something very common between drug users, they took it an extra step with the aggressive sex, but when you need help and don't have it, you fall back to your old ways...you regress and that's what happened with Sasha. She was so dependent on Tommy that when a good man like Adam wants her, she's completely oblivious to him. She did try hard to avoid the life of drugs and I think with Adam by her side, she will continue on the right path... I don't enjoy reading about people on drugs but that is a sad reality of life...even if its only being used in a fictional book. Overall I enjoyed this read and look forward to reading the next book... SR