REVIEW: SUGAR FREE

 

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PUBLISHER: Loveswept

 

DATE PUBLISHED: 11th October 2016

 

PAGES: 216

 

 

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For years Sela Halstead dreamed of revenge, but the quest for payback has been anything but sweet. Now, once again, she finds herself at the mercy of Jonathon Townsend, his hands crushing the very breath from her body. And even though she escapes with her life, Sela fears she may never recover. In desperate need of shelter and comfort, she runs to the one man she can trust. Beckett North has stood by Sela since the beginning. But can he handle the brutal truth?

Beck will do anything to protect what is his—and make no mistake, Sela belongs to him, heart and soul. The passion between them runs hot, even as their world begins to unravel. With the legacy of his ruthless business partner hanging in the balance, Beck stands to lose everything: his fortune, his family, his freedom. But each touch of Sela’s mouth on his skin, her nails down his back, makes it harder to let her go—and it might not even be his choice to make.

 

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REVIEW: 

*Note: Sugar Free is the third and final book in the Sugar Daddy Trilogy. There may possibly be spoilers in my review for the first two books. To see my reviews on Book 1 – Sugar Daddy and Book 2 – Sugar Rush, click on their titles.

Sugar Free begins immediately after the conclusion of Sugar Rush. Sugar Free follows Beck and Sela as they are under investigation for the events at the conclusion to Sugar Rush. This book cements the relationship between these two characters while exploring how far one would go for the one they love. This book is darker than the other two books in the series and wraps up all the loose ends nicely by the time the trilogy ends. The relationship between Beck and Sela has had its ups and downs and comes to a conclusion in truly epic proportions in Sugar Free.

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Keep Calm and Read On,

Kati

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