- File Size: 3284 KB
- Print Length: 780 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1540526577
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Carmen Jenner; 1 edition (November 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MSKSX5X
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,735 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I bought this collection when it was on sale for $.99. How can you beat 4 books for that price?! Plus the stories of the collection of misfits living in Sugartown that bring you sex, violence, angst, humor and everything in between. It's a total winning combo. Even with the higher price tag after the sale, the cost is worth it. Carmen delivers it all and with a dirty smile on her face!
Try out a little Elijah, Ana, Sammy, Jackson, Kick and all the other awesome characters of the small town Sugartown. They will impress you and keep you 100% entertained!
Carmen Jenner is one of those that sneaks up on you, and man does she pack a punch. She drags you through everything in this book and she hit every mental check mark I have in my brain on my own personal list of requirements that makes for a great story.
Mysterious Plot Line.
Lots of conflict.
Ana Belle is 19, living in Sugartown and praying for the day to arrive that she can split. Sugartown is the epitome of small town culture, where everyone talks about everybody; and quite often that talk has landed on Ana.
Ana runs the family pie shop, which she has practically done in the years since her mother died of cancer, across the street from the motorcycle shop her father runs. While she spends her days at Belle’s Pies, daydreaming of leaving Sugartown, with her best friend Holly and keeping track of her little brother Sam, Elijah Cade rides in to town. Tall, sexy, biker, Elijah Cade.
With Elijah, comes his past. The one he is running from, and keeping secret for good reason. He has had a rough life, with no family to speak of it’s hard for him to let anyone in; it’s easier that way with the secrets he needs to keep. Fresh from his release of prison, Elijah starts working with Ana’s father.
Of course with these two the chemistry is insane, and with a chemistry that hot, there is no way to come away from it without being burned. Their relationship comes with a lot of problems. They can’t seem to stop hurting each other, but can’t stay away either. When the unthinkable happens, its Elijah picking up the pieces, even when Ana can’t even think about forgiveness. This is a story of perseverance, redemption, and an unstoppable, sometimes unconventional, and definitely unconditional love.
Enjoy Your Stay
I absolutely fell in love with Ana’s best friend Holly in Greetings From Sugartown. She is snarky and sassy. An all-round spitfire. She and her best friend could not be more different. Where Ana is quiet, Holly is loud. Where Ana is reserved, Holly is anything but.
Holly sent her rock star boyfriend Cooper packing back to Sydney to chase his dreams. He wanted her to return with him, giving her an ultimatum, and Holly refused to leave Sugartown and the family that has always been there for her.
Now pregnant and living in a house with Ana, and Ana’s Cousin Jackson – a very delectable Jackson, whom Holly has a past, she cannot break free of those insane pregnancy hormones that tell her to jump on Jack as often as possible. And he is not helping.
These two’s worst enemies are themselves. Both keeping their feelings away from the other, and not allowing happiness to seep in. So when Jack pushes Holly away for like the hundredth time, she has no choice to let Cooper back in. Pregnant and alone, she needs the help and support that Cooper gives her, and Jackson keeps denying her.
When these two finally get their act together, it might be too late. Jack needs to decide if he can love Holly and a baby that does not belong to him, and Holly needs to trust that she really is enough for Jack.
The second installment of the Sugartown series had me all out laughing out loud, and yelling at my kindle, sometimes in the very same instant. I loved Holly. (As I said above.) At times I wanted to reach through my kindle and strangle her, but her feistiness is exactly what Jack needed to balance out his conceitedness.
Ana Belle is one of the strongest Heroines that I have ever read. She really and truly has been through hell, and persevered every. single. time. Many others’ spirits would have been broken with every trial she has endured, and just when the road to happiness is cleared for her and Elijah, insecurities of the past come rushing right back in.
Elijah has done everything in his power to make up for past mistakes, showing Ana that there is no room for any other in his life. She is it for him and he wants to make it official. His attempts kind of get thwarted at every turn, and just when he starts thinking maybe he isn’t enough for Ana, she goes and flips the tables.
With the whole cast of characters, that I have fell in love with, relationships in Sugartown are evolving. Someone comes back into Elijah’s life and I was very skeptical when they came back, but Carmen has a way of smoothing things over so you feel as if everything is finally, FINALLY going to go right in a past full of wrongs.
I am sure that I have said this in my previous reviews, but I love this series. I love these characters, and Carmen Jenner’s writing is top notch!
When I started the Sugartown series, I wasn’t sure what I was going to find. I thought, however, that with a name like Sugartown, it would be a light series, and I am sure that my friends that have already read and fell in love with Carmen Jenner can attest that nothing could be further from the truth. The characters from the beginning until to the very end have evolved into something else. They feel like family, and I am so sad to see this series end.
If you have followed my reviews so far you know that we have followed the Sugartown gang through so much pain and hurt and finally to the happiness that they deserve. Well, Now Leaving Sugartown is no different.
Little Sammy Belle is grown up and in the 5 years since Pepper left him without a goodbye he has done very well for himself, with the exception of forgetting about his “Little”.
Pepper Ryan-Harris-Rowe has always been Sam’s kryptonite. He has been her anchor all of her life, often times saving her from herself. The firecracker, herself, has returned home and even though she doesn’t want to admit it she comes back for Sam.
Sam and Pepper’s story is not easy, it is full of pain and hurt. It is also one of love, and the unstoppable lengths that one will go to, to ensure loved one’s get the help needed in their times of darkness.
This book holds a very special place in my heart. It took me to places that pushed me as a person, often times hitting so close to home that I couldn’t see through my own tears. I wanted to stop reading. It was too much, I couldn’t take it. Now Leaving Sugartown took me to my limits, and stepped over that line.
Delivered in a way that I have learned only Carmen Jenner can, there is quite often a little sweet with the sour, and a whole lot of happy with those tear inducing scenes. This is a series that I will always hold close to my heart, and always recommend.
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