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Product Details

  • Paperback: 388 pages
  • Publisher: Tease Publishing LLC (August 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1934678112
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934678114
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,789,921 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Bi-continental, Stella and Audra break all misconceptions about siblings. Writing as a team they have produced well over twenty novels under two names: Stella and Audra Price and S.A. Price as well as several novella's and short stories. And nary an argument has come from it.

On their off time from writing, Audra is a makeup artist and Stella is a graphic artist and web designer, as well as the convention director for the Authors After Dark convention. They both love animals and have several including snakes and a peacock.

Audra lives in Scotland with her husband and children, while Stella Lives in South Carolina with her dogs Moo and Poe and her husband.

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Feyd Nightly and Fallon Ipwhisk are two very nasty and too gorgeous for their own good half demons that are out to nail Ashlyn Co'Shott for a stolen spell. They are to do whatever it takes to get it back. Nothing is too devious or harsh when it comes to those two wicked demon's type of work. Stealing and killing is what they excel at. But neither Feyd nor Fallon can fight the human side of their nature when feelings get in the way and Ashlyn becomes more than just a mark them.

Yep, as brutal as these two demons are, they have a side that will get under your skin, making you believe anything is possible in the realm of the Eververse!

Sugar and Sin: A tale of the Eververse is by Stella and Audra Price. Once again, the Price Sisters pen something wickedly twisted and darker than Hades. Sugar and Sin is more than just an urban fantasy. It is created by dual minds conjuring totally unique angles and characters that are just this side of nasty, but are too deliciously bad to resist. Nevertheless, the Price sisters manage to give soulless characters viable human sides that you will have a hard time leaving behind when you close the book. The good new is, the next book in the series, Silk and Steel will be released May 12, 2007 to delve back into the amazing wicked and fresh world of the Eververse!

If you are tired of the same premises book after book, and are craving different and dark, then you will definitely want to buy a copy of Sugar and Sin! Just say a little demon made you do it...

Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt, 2007
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lucien Calanor on March 22, 2007
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This is a fantastic read! We all know what it is like to buy a book and be disappointed. That's one thing you will never have to worry about with the work of Stella and Audra Price.

Stella and Audra take fiction and spin it into fantastic fantasies that tease the reader's imagination. For all the readers looking for a book with both substance and action, this author team delivers that and much, much more!

When other authors are handing out the same old "Happily-Ever-After" stories, Stella and Audra Price hand out tales of dark fantasy with very bad boys, twisted and resourceful girls, and all the naughty games they play together. These authors don't do mundane. This is a deeper level of Fantasy Romance, one that readers have been waiting for.

Sugar and Sin is an amazingly complete and engaging introduction to Stella and Audra's fictional world called "The Eververse". The characters are dark, seductive, and just good enough to become addictive. Readers will devour this book and come back wanting more.

And that's the thing about this author team. They always deliver. And every story is as good as, if not better than the last. So buy this book, dive in, and come up with an obsession for bad boys!

--Luci Calanor
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kayleigh Jamison on March 19, 2007
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Welcome to the Eververse. Here all things are possible, home to a myriad of mythical creatures such as witches, demons, and shapeshifters, and no one is quite who - or what - they seem. Feyd and Fallon live a life of reckless indulgence as they travel the world working as thieves and assassins for some of the Eververse elite, and making sure they enjoy every second of it. When Fallon's old flame Astrid, a charming, powerful, sexy witch and her friend Ash, an equally alluring demon show up, the dynamic duo's shallow existence gets rather complicated. Astrid is the perfect compliment to Fallon's wild temperament, and Ash just may be the first, and only, woman able to tame Feyd. But can they find happiness or will their enemies, lurking in the shadows, destroy their newfound love before it has the chance to blossom?

Sugar and Sin is a complex and haunting tale, with rich character development and an immersive world, in the same vein as Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunters or Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. The writing is fast-paced and flows well, the dialog witty and endlessly entertaining. Fallon and Feyd's antics and banter will have the reader laughing aloud.

Once again, the Price sisters have penned a stunningly unique and adventurous tale that pulls the reader in from the start and spits them out at the conclusion, breathless and hungry for more. There's no lag in the book; the story starts with an action-packed bang and keeps up its unrelenting pace until the very last page. This isn't your grandmother's romance novel. And that's a very, very good thing.

-Kayleigh Jamison
Editor-In-Chief, Aphrodite's Apples Press
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kayleigh Jamison on February 18, 2008
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Welcome to the Eververse. Here all things are possible, home to a myriad of mythical creatures such as witches, demons, and shapeshifters, and no one is quite who - or what - they seem. Feyd and Fallon live a life of reckless indulgence as they travel the world working as thieves and assassins for some of the Eververse elite, and making sure they enjoy every second of it. When Fallon's old flame Astrid, a charming, powerful, sexy witch and her friend Ash, an equally alluring demon show up, the dynamic duo's shallow existence gets rather complicated. Astrid is the perfect compliment to Fallon's wild temperament, and Ash just may be the first, and only, woman able to tame Feyd. But can they find happiness or will their enemies, lurking in the shadows, destroy their newfound love before it has the chance to blossom?

Sugar and Sin is a complex and haunting tale, with rich character development and an immersive world, in the same vein as Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunters or Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. The writing is fast-paced and flows well, the dialog witty and endlessly entertaining. Fallon and Feyd's antics and banter will have the reader laughing aloud.

Once again, the Price sisters have penned a stunningly unique and adventurous tale that pulls the reader in from the start and spits them out at the conclusion, breathless and hungry for more. There's no lag in the book; the story starts with an action-packed bang and keeps up its unrelenting pace until the very last page. This isn't your grandmother's romance novel. And that's a very, very good thing.

-Kayleigh Jamison
Author, Leading Her to Heaven
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