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Pennies (Dollar Book 1) by [Winters, Pepper]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Length: 300 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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New York Times Bestseller, Pepper Winters, delivers another delicious Dark Romance.

"I'm not the hero in this story, girl. You'd do best to remember that.”


Once upon a time, I was an eighteen year old psychology student.
Now, I’m a man’s property.
Stolen and sold, I’ve been decorated in bruises since the day my world changed two years ago.
I suffer in silence, I crave freedom, but I never break.
I can’t.
Until he arrives.
Elder Prest, the only man to look at me and see me. The only man more ruthless than my owner.
He wants me for reasons I don’t understand.
He claims me for one night then leaves and never looks back.
Until he returns.
And life becomes much more complicated.


First Book in the USA Today Bestselling Dollar Series

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 875 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01IPYQHH2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,042 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Let me start by saying I love Pepper Winter's, she can write no wrong, I love Dark, the darker the better, and I loved Pennies. But! I struggled with Pennies, I constantly had to take breaks from this read in order to relieve myself from the fkdupness that Pim was subjected too. I read Tears for Tess thinking that was pretty hard, but I couldn't put TFT down.
I think it may have been the villain in this that made it hard to read. There was not one but of softness to him that made the reader (me) be able to feel anything but pure hatred for him. Even Dornan from Blood and Roses wasn't as bad and that's saying something! The sickness and evil flowing from Alrike was like no other I've ever experienced. So if you like brutally dark reads, Pennies has it in spades.
Ok, saying all of the above, I can't wait to see what life (no matter how meaningless) has in store for Pim next. I'm off to read Dollar's, and hopefully the pages will turn a little easier?
Normally I would rate a 5 star, but the struggle left me feeling unsure. I feel a little harsh giving this 4 stars, but I'm thinking it can only get better (this was not bad writing in the least) I'm sure Dollars will have me turning pages quicker than I can read and a few sleepless nights because I can't put the damn thing down!
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I love the way Pepper Winters writes. She takes words and crafts them into sentences and stories which burrow into a person's soul.

This is a very dark tale, so turn back now if you really cannot handle that. The reader can really feel the hopelessness and despair of Tasmin/Pim - it is so intense. Elder, well this character needs to be figured out yet, however, he is intriguing. The other characters in this story finally received natural justice - though their suffering needed to go on longer for true natural justice to be served.

I don't think I can say that I 'enjoyed' this story - it is brutal and dark. Yet, it is captivating and pulls the reader in.

In reality, I would rate it 4.25 stars.
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OMG what a book, what did I just read !!! Pennies is the first in the series of books by the brilliant Pepper Winters. In this book she goes back to her dark roots and takes you into the pits of hell and despair that will pull at your heart strings in more ways than one.
Tamsin is kidnapped on her birthday to be sold to the highest bidder in an auction, the life she has known is slowly fading away the longer she is held hostage, and knowing her chance of being found is fading fast she start's to write on toilet paper to "no one" to put her feelings down and we get to read this. Master A buys her for an extraordinary amount of money and fly's her to his home - her prison of hell and what happens to her at his hands is shocking, life changing and desperately sad to read. Sometimes through the book I actually had to re read parts because I just could not believe what I had just read - this book is very dark, very brutal so be warned !!
One night Master A has a very important guest coming to his home, enter Elder Prest and as soon as this man talks you know he is special, he has a presence about him, but also you doubt him as well at first and then you find yourself hero worshiping him - a strange feeling to be honest. I found myself putting all my faith in him and pleading deep within myself that he is a better man than Master A. A connection of sorts begins between Tamsin, now called Pimlico and Mr Prest that can't be ignored - well for him at least, and your left to wonder if Mr Prest will become her saviour after he discovers how she is being treated by Master A or is he just as evil and wicked ?
There were parts of this book that were actually painful to read but I couldn't put it down.
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Wow! What a fantastic book!
This is another of Pepper Winters' wonderful stories that meld into your subconscious making you think about the story, characters and events with what ifs and maybes!
Tasmin/Pimlico is kidnapped and sold.
Elder is a thief, who ultimately feels a connection with Pim.
This a a dark read, the reader is warned about that and other things. It is a fast flowing story that makes you crave for the next book.
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Well, what can I say? I love all of Pepper Winters' covers. And this is no exception. There is something so elegant and captivating with the simple white and black. It offers shades of grey which is definitely the colour of life. Nothing is ever clear cut. The origami butterfly on the back of the cover and the colour choice all add layers and make beautiful sense in the story.

I adore Pepper Winters' writing. She has a unique gift that pulls you into the pages of the book. I've read her other stories and thought they were pager turners. But this? I devoured this story in one sitting. I couldn't tear my eyes away from it. I had to know what the story contained. What the end had in store. There was one moment where I was fearful and said NO, Pepper no! Don't let that happen! I was so invested with Pim and your heart aches for her. Her interactions with Elder are perhaps the most intimate and intense scenes within the story. Each one of them wields silence like a weapon. Each craving something from the other. Neither yielding and yet giving more than they are willing to give.

Appearances can be deceiving and so I'm eager to learn more about the characters and delve deeper and discover if my impression of Elder and Pim hold up. The next installment cannot come fast enough! I'm perched on the edge of my seat in anticipation of the next book to understand the characters. Ms Winters has certainly outdone herself.
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