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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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    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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    Great read!

    Wow, this is one of those books that is going to stay in your mind for a long time! Natalie is a struggling art student who is having financial difficulties. Her classmate, Ava, seems to have lots of money, fancy things and a penthouse apartment. When "Nat" confides to Ava about her financial situation, Ava suggests that Nat get herself a sugar daddy and become a sugar baby which is what she is. Nat goes to the sugar daddy site and meets Gabriel Turnmill. Gabe and Nat hit it off until she falls in love with him and then things spiral out of control. This is a fantastic read and a great look into the sugar daddy/sugar baby scene. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC of this page-turner that kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. If you want to read a good thriller, I highly recommend this one.
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    Too Much Sugar is Deadly

    Synopsis read like a FATAL ATTRACTON novel. BUT.....Harding made this read much more than that with a surprise ending. Rich Guy Gabe has his side affairs with young women called Sugar Babies. During the first chapters Gabe and young college student Natalie seem to settle into their mutual beneficial arrangements. Many emotions are described about Natalie and her challenges that draw the reader. Not going to reveal anymore as spoilers would SPOIL this books appeal. "A copy of this book was provided by Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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