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    AN UNFORGETTABLE SWEET RUSH YOU WANT!

    Sawyer Bennett's Sugar Rush Broke Netgalley!!! A MUST have read! This is book #2 in the Sugar Bowl Series! Well where I start... How about when the ARC came available on Netgalley, everyone wanted it so bad. The Netgalley site "broke/froze" whatever you want to call it. Especially after that cliffy hanger on Sugar Daddy, The site was down for about 10 mins for "Maintenance issues." lol everyone wanted and needed Sugar Rush so bad that we broke Netgalley! She wanted to Infiltrate and get revenge by Murder and Repeat of the Sugar Daddy and his accomplice but what she got was a Sugar Rush and while giving us the rush of a life time! Sawyer Bennett did it again! She mesmerized me and had me from the first word...the title! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I cried not only tears of joy but tears of heartache and pain I felt for Beck and Sela. At points I was laughing my ass off then wanting and wishing I could reach into the book and choke someone. There was suspense and a little bit of love. I can't recall how many times I said OMG & WTF and a few of I Knew IT!! lol I finished this in less than 24 hours, I was on a rollercoaster of emotions and I didn’t want to get off the ride...But I give you fair warning Like I was given .... This does have a cliffy again that makes you scream and say NOOOO, WTF why did she stop there...UGH! LOL You may or may not want to throw your reading device again! This story line does give you a rush, it’s an on the edge of your seat page turner! Sawyer pulls the story together so wonderfully but yet leaves you wanting more! You will want to 1-click this book plus you can order it in print!! YAY!!! I can't wait to read Sugar Free and see how wonderfully Sawyer finishes this series up!! Hands down to Sawyer Bennett she did it again, another great read I can't wait to add the paperback to my collection! I received this ARC from Netgalley and Author Sawyer Bennett for and honest review.
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    Killing me slowly with Cliffhangers!

    This is book #2 in a series that must be read in order. If you haven't read Sugar Daddy, stop reading now. Sugar Rush picks up at the cliffhanger from Sugar Daddy that had my heart pumping with anger and anticipation. Beck messed up in a big way. Thankfully he figures that out rather quickly, otherwise this would have ended up being a rather frustrating and uneventful story without any sexy times, right? Just saying! The Sugar Bowl series delves deep into the dark, murky waters of rape. It is handled with the utmost care and respect for the subject, but the pain and darkness is soothed a little bit by Beck's complete love and devotion to Sela. As important the message of the total destruction this act of violation creates, the message of love and healing is just as powerful. I'm not going to go into a play by play of what happens in this book because I don't want to ruin any of the surprises. Since this is the second book in a three book series so you know this one is going to end in a cliffhanger as well. So between Beck figuring out he screwed this up in an epic way and another heart-stopping and anxiety inducing cliffhanger, there was some intense heat, BIG heartbreaking & heartwarming feels and some plot twists and shocking revelations that I never saw coming. This book was panty melting, jaw dropping and so worthy of the anxiety attack I nearly had in the end! I'm not sure how I'm going to survive the wait for Sugar Free!
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    Amazing second installment

    Sawyer Bennett just continues to amaze me as she takes us on this journey of revenge, heartbreak, and determination. This one is difficult to review without spoilers but one word really says it all....WOW!! This book picks up right where Sugar Daddy left us as Beck and Sela's story continues and the truth of Sela's past is revealed. And the cliffhanger in this one has you screaming for the next book in the trilogy. Whether you are reading these as they are released or your waiting to binge read when the final book is released, make sure they are on the top of the must read list!! I highly recommend it!
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    Oh so pink!

    In the second book of the Sugar Bowl series, things are rocky between Sela Halstead and Beckett North. They had a serious misunderstanding, but Beck came to his senses quickly, and no time was lost in miscommunication of all sorts. But Sela still wants to make Jonathon Townsend pay for what he did. Beck has some ideas, but Sela needs convincing. I had really loved the first book in this series, Sugar Daddy, and I was very much looking forward to SUGAR RUSH, which picks up right after Sugar Daddy left off. Ms. Bennett is a terrific writer, and the writing is amazing, especially with how she conveys the characters’ feelings and thoughts. SUGAR RUSH is told in alternate points of view, and while I don’t care one way or the other for this stylistic technique, in this series, I think it adds to the story because Sela and Beck have very dissimilar ways of looking at things, their “relationship” to Jonathon, at the beginning at least, couldn’t be any different. However, there was one thing I found rather odd, especially from Sawyer Bennett: an overuse of “softly”, and several words of that ilk, which made it a tad too obvious that we should understand that Sela is soft-spoken, gentle, and so on. While SUGAR RUSH started well, I thought the pace slowed down too much, it dragged even, when Beck and Sela get really comfortable with each other, and fell even more deeply in love. Strangely enough, I had thought the choice of cover art was a bit peculiar – pink while the theme is rather dark – but it fits SUGAR RUSH, I might add, unfortunately; as far as I’m concerned Sela and a “pink” atmosphere don’t quite go together. To be honest, the not-so-angry-and-in-love Sela is not that interesting, and as Beck is not much more compelling either, I found SUGAR RUSH rather sedate, and I did not race through it. While the sightseeing in Europe is lovely and all that, I was missing the real gritty story, it just dragged on and on while Sela and Beck were mostly floating away in a pink cloud of blissful love, and I found that atypical of Ms. Bennett. It’s not that SUGAR RUSH is bad, but it was not what I expected. I’m wondering if the series might have been better as a duology, because there is a lot of filler in SUGAR RUSH. I was expecting to rush through this book, instead it took me forever to read, and I must admit I was tempted to skim several times, but I kept hoping things would pick up. I understand it was to make us grasp that Sela was in a better place, but I was numb from all this pastel, fuzzy fluff, and by the time we get back to the nitty-gritty, I found it difficult to get out of my sweet, pink coma. I think I understand what the author was trying to do, but as far as I’m concerned, it didn’t work. It’s a good thing there was Dennis Flaherty, a fascinating secondary character. And then Sela does something really stupid that a whole star fell here, but something so stupid that I’m not even sure if I will read the next book, Sugar Free, and there is a cliffhanger… I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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    A wicked, sinfully sweet indulgence

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review. Sugar Rush, Sawyer Bennett's second installment in her Sugar Bowl series, picks up exactly where Sugar Daddy leaves off. What's great about this is that the immediate issue at hand is resolved fairly quickly, leaving room for Bennett to continue to weave tighter the tangled web that is story of Sela, Beck, JT, Caroline, and co. Once the cliffhanger is neutralized and some of the truth is exposed, certain story elements begin to fall into place, giving still-fuzzy sight to the bigger picture. But the smoke and mirrors of mistaken memories, lies, deceit, and betrayal are unyielding, and for every question Bennett answers, many more are raised and left unresolved setting up more of the story to come. Every single detail is deliberately, purposefully, and meticulously plotted, creating significant storyline payoffs. The pacing is swift and exciting, the novel a heart-racing triumph, leaving the reader gasping as the book draws to a close. The cliffhanger will leave readers sitting up begging for Sugar Free, which is sure to be a riveting conclusion to this brilliantly-crafted series. The Sugar Bowl series is unlike anything I've ever read. It's dark, gripping, suspenseful and compelling, yet it still manages to be sweet, romantic, and thrilling, and much like its predecessor, Sugar Rush meets every single of the criterion.
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