- File Size: 2962 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Publisher: Carmen Jenner; 1 edition (March 11, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 11, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UDE2YHU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,903 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sammy is now Sam (with no lisp) and he's grown up to be a model citizen of Sugartown. Except for the very "un-sibling-like" feelings he has for the girl who grew up as his faux little sister: Pepper. And Pepper - well she's now a grown woman, tattooed, dyed hair and all. And she too harbours feelings for Sam that were rejected a little while ago. After an extended absence, Poppy has come back home to Sugartown and things are about to get all sorts of shaken up!
"Pepper Ryan-Harris-Rowe is a goddess and I’m the devastation she leaves in her wake. I always have been."
This is my absolute favourite book from the Sugartown series because it feels the most real, it is the most painful and it deals with some massive issues in the most heartfelt and authentic of ways. Carmen is never one to shy away from the big issues and Sam & Pepper's book covers a multitude of issues - from mental illness to death and loss, from drug use to jealousy on steroids... I spent most of this book with my heart in my throat and tears at the back of my eyes. There were moments my jaw dropped from shock, times when the scenes were so steamy hot I almost needed a change of panties and tears shed over how much I felt for these characters.
Pepper and Sam are definitely my pick for top Sugartown couple and their messed up relationship is one I'll be happy to re-read over and over again.
“Kiss me, Sam. The way you did in my room. Kiss me like you only have this one chance in your entire life.”
Little Sammie Belle, is definitely not little anymore... anywhere *blushes* I thought I loved Elijah, I thought I was infatuated with Jackson, but let me tell you Fireman Sam has seduced my heart. Our little Sugartown cutie with the potty mouth is 100% ALL MALE, a Viking to be exact and has definitely grown up into a fine specimen. But what really makes his character, is that he feels. He is a man that cares no matter the circumstances. A man who loves relentlessly.
His love for Pepper Ryan- Harris- Rowe is undeniable and anchored in the depths of his soul. She is love in his eyes and he is her very reason to breath.
Let me just say I am in love, utterly consumed, completely captivated by and with this character. Her journey is just as beautiful as it is breathtaking. Just as powerful as it is meaningful. Her personality, no matter how crazy and wild it is; is simply intoxicating. She is so much of her mom with her lewd comments, but worse in a way. Imagine Holly times ten and we get Pepper. From her pink hair, inked body to the brokenness that clouds her soul; I am enamored. At her weakest she is strong; at every breaking point, she is an unmovable mountain.
Together, their chemistry is fiery as they embark on this emotional roller coaster of a relationship. Did I laugh? Um, yes until my cheeks hurt. Did I lay down in my bed and cry into my pillow for the pain that these two characters experienced? I did, and as I write this review now tears are staining my cheeks.
To say I cried would be an understatement. I wept. My heart shattered as my soul dissolved into a million tiny tears. Now Leaving Sugartown broke me in every way possible. I don't think I have ever been so crushed in my life. This book holds a message, one that will touch every part of you. It's about survival. It's an internal war− battling mental illnesses, fighting your personal perception, going up against yourself. Carmen Jenner not only educates us, but she gives us a deeper understanding. Her writing is effortlessly flawless and her words touched me in a way that I felt them every where. In me. On me. Flowing through me as she healed me of my own insecurities. This story has become a part of me. I recommend this book, a million times over. It will force you to really see yourself, the person hiding within.
Final Thoughts: I color.
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