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Jamie K. Schmidt is a USA Today bestselling author and writes erotic contemporary love stories and paranormal romances. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
"Jenna Jameson, a New York Times bestselling author and an actress who crossed over from adult entertainment to mainstream stardom, collaborates with an acclaimed USA Today bestselling romance author to bring the Fate trilogy to a climax, with a novel that tackles a taboo subject . . . and kept me reading to the end to find out what happens next." Huffington Post
"Addictive, sexy, romantic, tantalizingclear out space on your keeper shelf!" Lisa Renee Jones, New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed Inside Out Series
"Paparazzi, light BSDM, and two sultry characters? YES, PLEASE! Sexiest read of 2013!" Tish Beaty, original editor of Fifty Shades of Grey
"Like its New York City setting, Sugar is hot, sexy, complex--and makes you want to stay up all night." Megan Frampton, romance author and community manager at Heroes and Heartbreakers
"A sweet, sexy, erotically charged romance between two people who are much more than what they present to the world. A welcome respite from the typical Cinderella-style storylines of the billionaire who saves the down-on-her-luck stripper/prostitute. Sugar offers a heroine and hero who are well matched on every level." Tori Benson, HeroesandHeartbreakers.com
"I don't know about you, but I learned how to make love like a porn star from Jenna Jameson . . . who used to be a porn star. (Heh.) Now she's a romance author." Joyce Lamb, USA Today
"A novel of heart and heat . . . the multiple sex scenes, with or without BDSM, are spectacularly kinky and hot." Romantic Times
"I was really excited to read Sugar, a fictionalized account of some of Jenna's real life exploits, and happily I got more than I expected. It's a well-written, steamy story with great characters, a strong plot and a whole lot of scorching hot, sexy scenes that morph into something more along the way."LiteraryVixens.com
"Well-done and intriguing for the right audience . . . Tarr and Jameson create an engaging, touching, blazing hot story that packs a lot of sex, action, and emotion." Kirkus Reviews --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- Publication date : November 18, 2014
- File size : 884 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 179 pages
- Publisher : Skyhorse; Reprint edition (November 18, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B06XQ6QTNN
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,346,021 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Liz was once a porn star and her and other porn stars started a support group. One of the big reason Liz quit the business was because she ended up pregnant and wanted to get out to raise her son. But life dealt her another surprise but getting cancer. Now a year after surviving cancer she is just working and raising her son thinking that she is happy solo. But then Sean calls asking about joining the group and he awakes her sexual self back.
Sean lost his sister to drugs and porn. So Sean is out to learn what he can about the lifestyle to help he understand her death more and possible closure. So he pretends to be a former porn star to get into the group but he soon starts to have feelings for Liz.
Enjoyed the book!
I stopped reading at 50% for two reasons.
The writing was simplistic. It took me a while to figure out why, but it came down to sentence structure. Nearly every sentence sounded the same. "She did this." "He thought that."
It made the story feel surface level, and I had a hard time getting into it or caring about the characters.
The two main characters were also hiding something from one another, particularly on Sean's part. And intentionally and continually prolonging the same conflict under the guise of "I'll do it later, when the timing is better" is cheap storytelling.
I wanted to like this, but was ultimately kinda bored.
Top reviews from other countries
You do need to read this series in order, this is the second in the series (the series starts with Honey and the second book is Sugar ). The characters are linked in and read very much like a Nora Roberts-style book, with even just minor characters linked in and/or expanded. You also see the characters progress through each book and you see the previous characters from Honey & Sugar reappear.
This is definitely the most heart warming of the series, and I felt very close to tears quite often. I wasn't that big of a fan of Liz, during the earlier books, and Sean definitely starts off the book is an idiot, but you do grow to love them as the book progresses. This is also the shortest of the trilogy, coming in at only 240 pages, when the previous two come in at 288, so it did feel a bit rushed compared to the others.
If you have read Jenna's biography How to Make Love Like a Porn Star , you will see a lot of the storylines, characters etc are taken from real life. She has obviously drawn from her real life experiences for inspiration, and the book actually reads a lot better than I was expecting. Yes, there is a lot of Fifty Shades influence, but also the adult movies scene. The characters are very well written and quite fleshed out, considering I was expecting a rip off of Fifty Shades or worse.
I hope to see more books from Jenna in the future, plus another biography!