All The Lies: A Dark New Adult - Rina Kent

All The Lies

© 2020 Rina Kent

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Author Note



Chapter 1 - R

Chapter 2 - G

Chapter 3 - Reina

Chapter 4 - Reina

Chapter 5 - Reina

Chapter 6 - Reina

Chapter 7 - Reina

Chapter 8 - Reina

Chapter 9 - Reina

Chapter 10 - Reina

Chapter 11 - Reina

Chapter 12 - Reina

Chapter 13 - Reina

Chapter 14 - G

Chapter 15 - Reina

Chapter 16 - G

Chapter 17 - Reina

Chapter 18 - Reina

Chapter 19 - G

Chapter 20 - Reina

Chapter 21 - Reina

Chapter 22 - Reina

Chapter 23 -Reina

Chapter 24 - Reina

Chapter 25 - Reina

Chapter 26 - G

Chapter 27 - Reina

Chapter 28 - Reina

Chapter 29 - Reina

Chapter 30 - G

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Author Note

Hello reader friend,

If you haven’t read my books before, you might not know this, but I write darker stories that can be upsetting and disturbing. My books and main characters aren't for the faint of heart. I don’t do trigger warnings, but if you need one, then my books are probably not for you.

If you, however, have read my other books, get ready for another twisted journey with complicated characters and intense passion you all love to hate.

All The Lies is the first book of a duet and is NOT standalone.

Lies & Truths Duet:

#1 All The Lies

#2 All The Truths

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When lies become the truth.

My name is Reina Ellis.




Problem is, I remember none of it.

His name is Asher Carson.




Oh, and my future husband.

He has three rules for me:

I’ll bow.

I’ll break.

I’ll pay for what I’ve done.

Problem is, I don’t remember what I’ve done, but I have a clue.

There was a fire.

A dead girl.

And I was there.


Every Breath You Take – Chase Holfelder

Amsterdam – Coldplay

Heartbeat – Point North

Breakeven – The Script

Sinner – Deaf Havana

Into The Dark – Point North & Kellin Quinn

¿ - Bring Me The Horizon & Halsey

Prom Queen – Molly Kate Kestner

Admit Defeat – Bastille


In Between – Glass Tides

Yours – Jake Scott

Just Exist – Eliza & The Delusionals

It’s Ok Not To Be Ok – Little Hurt

Dig – Arrested Youth

You Know That – No Love For The Middle Child

Roses – Soleima


You can find the playlist on Spotify.

I thread my fingers through her identical ones and smile.

It’s the first time I’ve let go of my shackles and every weight that used to hold me down.

My family.

She’s my family.

We’re the same.

Same strawberry blonde hair, although hers is shorter. Same skin that appears tanned but isn’t. Same huge blue eyes that mirror the deep ocean and the vast sky.

We might have lived apart, but we’re still the same.

We still look at each other like we’re mirrors, like we’re halves split into two different bodies.

From today onward, my life will be different. I’ve finally found this peace, and I’ll do whatever it takes to protect it.

We sit on an old bench in a cottage. It’s humid with the scent of pine and grass drifting through the half-broken window. The forest surrounding us feels like a protection against the outside world.

This is our haven.

Our sanctuary where no one can find us.

It brings back memories from the times when Reina and I used to hold each other and hide.

Back then, we made no sound. We barely breathed.

We have a lot of catching up to do. I can’t wait to hear all about how she’s been all these years.

A crunching sound of boots on the ground filters in from outside the cottage.

We jerk upright at the same time. Our hands become sweaty, and the peace from earlier evaporates into thin air.

“Are you expecting someone?” I sound as spooked as I feel.

She nibbles on her bottom lip, her body shaking. “You know, I told you…”


“I run with a bad crowd, Rai.”

I grab her shoulders and bore my eyes into hers. It’s strange to stare at myself. “We’ll go to the authorities. No one will hurt you anymore, Reina. We’ll be