By Sawyer Bennett
Sela and Beck’s deliciously sinful tale of sex, lies, and vengeance reaches its explosive conclusion in the final chapter of Sawyer Bennett’s Sugar Bowl trilogy, which began with the novels Sugar Daddy and Sugar Rush.
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.
SUGAR FREE takes place immediately after SUGAR RUSH, with Sela telling Beck about JT’s latest attack, a scene that was pretty rough to read. Beck and Sela have to make a choice about what to do next, and that choice quickly leads them towards an uncertain future. The lengths these two are willing to go to, just to protect the other, shows you how much they love each other. While Beck has been a pillar of support for Sela in all three books, it’s Sela’s chance to return the favour because the secrets revealed and the events that transpire in this story are soul crushing. Thankfully in the end, Sela gets justice, JT gets what he deserved and Beck and Sela get their HEA.
“What you and I have, Sela…no one will ever comprehend it. No one will ever come in between it. But it’s real and it’s ours, and I’m never letting it go.”
SUGAR FREE is told in dual POVs and is the final book in the Sugar Bowl trilogy. All three books are connected by a single story and cannot be read as stand-alones. I was very happy with how this series concluded, although I was scared there for a little while because I thought the book would end in a way I was not going to like. But then I got to chapter 25. A chapter so good that I read it not once, not twice, but three times. That chapter was fantastic and deserves a mic drop at the end of it because it was that good.
What else can I say about SUGAR FREE? Honestly, not much because to do so would give away all the scary and awesome things that happened in this book. The twists and turns from beginning to end had my head spinning, and I never knew where the story was going to take me next. As with SUGAR DADDY and SUGAR RUSH, this was another amazing read that was impossible to put down. I FUCKING LOVED IT!!!
Sugar Free (Sugar Bowl # 3)
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