Sugar on the Edge - Sawyer Bennett

Sugar on the Edge

By Sawyer Bennett

  • Release Date: 2014-07-28
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 120 Ratings

Description

Gavin Cooke, bestselling British author, is tortured and existing in a dark spiral of despair. He has come to the Outer Banks to escape the seedy lifestyle he’s been living in London, in a desperate attempt to regain his writing focus. Twisted, bitter, and angry at the world, Gavin needs nothing from life but his bottle of scotch and a laptop.
Savannah Shepherd’s life is falling apart. Struggling to make ends meet, Savannah watches as her dream of being a wildlife photographer slips away. Ready to pack up her bags and head home with her tail between her legs, Savannah receives an opportunity that seems too good to be true, and definitely too good to pass up.
He’s a raw, forceful, dirty talker. She’s a flowers and romance type of girl. Yet within one another, Gavin and Savannah find a mutual craving that can only be satisfied by giving in to their desires.
Lust turns into something more, but an unexpected turn of events and the obstacles of Gavin’s bitter past may prove to be more than their tentative bond can withstand.

Reviews

  • Download Issue

    2
    By Wordsworth and more
    There seems to be some sort of glitch in the download. Almost every chapter has missing pages at the end. Totally frustrating!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Cleo129
    I couldn't turn the pages fast enough...loved Savannah & Gavin...Sawyer you're the best
  • Review: Last Call #3: Sugar On The Edge

    5
    By @LisaHines711
    Sugar on the Edge by Sawyer Bennett is yet another masterpiece and book three in her Last Call series. A new character is introduced and he is quite the mean guy. Gavin is very dark, very damaged. He's a best-selling British author that has come to Duck, NC to write and get himself away from the booze, drugs and women he was immersed way too deeply in when he was in London. He has a tragedy in his recent past but we are not privy to what that is immediately. His realtor is none other than Casey Markham and she recommends a friend that can come in and help keep his house clean while he's writing. Savannah is desperate and broke and stubborn. She's cleaning houses, working her freelance photography job for the paper and part-time for a sleaze ball portrait photographer. She's reluctant to add more to her plate but realistically needs the money. When she makes the call to arrange meeting her potential new boss she's in full agreement with Casey's assessment that he's an arrogant, rude man. With intense interactions the animosity turns to indifference turns to lost and then need between these two. Their entire relationship from employee/employer to lovers is intense and so well written.I couldn't put this book down and just felt for these two. The way they find the truth of each other and are able to truly bring out the best in each other was powerful. I absolutely cannot wait for more from this author and this series.
  • So good!!

    5
    By Court2NY
    The series keeps getting better. This one was hot, funny and sad. It was a great read. I hope there are more to come.
  • A bit predictable

    4
    By LynnM81
    Not that I didn't enjoy this installment as much as the others but from about 60% on the book became a bit too predictable for me. Aside from that I enjoyed the filthy and sweet side of it, and from the way it looks there will be two more! Can't wait!
  • WOWZA!

    4
    By jericho's girl
    You can't see me, Sawyer Bennett, but I'm sitting here in front of a fan trying to cool me down! That. Was. WOW! H. O. T. HOT! Gabby and Hunter are still my favorite couple but Savannah and Gavin fogged up my glasses...and I wasn't even wearing them! I wanted to smack the arrogant Brit a few times but he redeemed himself in the end. It was definitely darker and raunchier than the first two in the series but no complaints here. Can't wait to read Casey's story. Since you've ventured toward the "dark side" with this one, will it continue? Or will you pair up Casey, Ms. love-'em-and-'em herself, with a mild-mannered, pocket-protector-wearing, pencil-pusher?