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  • One Sitting Read!

    Well, I learned a new word - pansexual. I also learned a Sugar Bowl is the site where Sugar Babies find Sugar Daddies. I had heard of college girls paying for their educations by being escorts for wealthy older men. That services expected are so varied shouldn't have been a surprise but it was. Natalie Murphy is the product of a broken home. Her artistic nature doesn't fit in with the practicality of small town life. Attending Art School in NYC is exciting and expensive; more expensive than Nat can afford. Feeling pressured by financial needs Nat accepts a paid date with an older man - just to catch up her bills. Falling in love with Gabe makes sex acceptable to her, until he ends the arrangement. What Nat does next is obsessive but not surprising considering how young and emotionally naive she really is. I loved the plot twists and the ending is perfect. I read the book in a one day read-a-thon. it was so good! I volunteered to read an ARC from Scout Press (Siimon & Schuster) through Net Galley.

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  • Excellent read

    What an exciting delicious read! "Nat" is a twenty something art student barely getting by. She works at a local bar for mostly tips, and this job isn't working out. Her roommates hate her and want to evict. Her mom is happily remarried with a new perfect family, and her dad is estranged living somewhere in Las Vegas. And her ex boyfriend is a nasty piece of work. She's alone. She's drowning. She needs a life preserver. She wants a Sugar Daddy. So Nat begins to really enjoy being a sugar baby. Her "Sugar Daddy" is perfect. He takes her to posh restaurants, fills her wallet and her wardrobe. He's always thinking about her, tells her she's beautiful, and totally enjoys her company. What could possibly go wrong with such a sweet Arrangement? Be careful of what you think you want... Everything shiny isn't always golden... Everything has a price that must be paid... And sometimes we can't afford it.

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  • Couldn’t Put it Down!

    Great book that kept me turning page after page!!!

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  • Plausible

    Great story. Easy to see how life can go in a direction that you don’t think is possible, but can happen with minimum effort. A well paced, well written chain of events that allows you to follow the character in a plausible situation.

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  • Sugar Daddy

    I feel that as a Canadian I have not read enough #canlit, so I was really looking forward to reading this book by Robyn Harding because of all the positive reviews that I have read. She does not disappoint. This is my first book by this Canadian author and the story concentrates on a topic that is rarely talked about, and that I have never really thought about: Sugar Daddy/Sugar Baby relationships. From the first chapter, you are taken on a voyeuristic trip into this taboo, sexy and sinister relationship. However, this one goes haywire. What was supposed to be a mutually beneficial arrangement turns into a nightmare of deception, obsession and murder. The story is interesting, has a good flow, fast pace and kept me turning the pages. I was always wanting to know who “dunnit” and how it came about! If you have a Christmas book list, this one does not disappoint. I highly recommend it.

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