Sugar Rush (Sugar Bowl, #2)

Sugar Rush
: Sawyer Bennett
Published: August 16, 2016
Pages: 216

Stars: 1 out of 5

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After posing as an escort for the Sugar Bowl online dating service, Sela Halstead is looking for one thing: payback. She’s closing in on the site’s heartless founder, Jonathon Townsend, and she needs Beckett North, Townsend’s business partner and her lover, by her side. She’d thought that their intimate nights together had forged an unbreakable bond, but after a shocking betrayal, Sela begins to doubt the brilliant bad boy. When push comes to shove, can she trust Beck to do the right thing?

Now that he understands the truth, Beck will stop at nothing to secure the reckoning Sela deserves. But between his desire for her and his disgust for JT, Beck doesn’t exactly have a lot of control over his emotional state. Left with no other choice, he must summon all his discipline to maintain JT’s trust and pretend that they’re still friends. But how far will Beck go to prove his loyalty to Sela? He nearly lost her once. To keep her, Beck might have to kill for her.

This book picks up right where Sugar Daddy left off. And I’m a bit surprised how quickly Beck puts everything together with Sela’s rape. I’m also surprised with how quickly Sela and Beck resolve everything from the last book. The further I dive into this book, the more disappointed I became. This book wasn’t as captivating as the first book. Although the plot was interesting, it wasn’t as exciting or suspenseful. And honestly, I wasn’t really into this book. It wasn’t long before I started skimming chapters and skipping over sections of the book. Unfortunately, this book just didn’t really hold my attention.

Beck turns from the controlled, dominating man we were first introduced to, to an impulsive and somewhat consumed man. I understand him wanting to help Sela, but the lengths he goes to in this book scream impractical. Let’s be honest, Beck really hasn’t know Sela for long. And beyond sex, they don’t know much about each other. Yet, he drops everything for her. He becomes just as consumed with getting revenge from TJ as Sela was in the first book.

Sela is more controlled and relaxed in this book. Although she has come to the understanding that murdering TJ would be unwise, she is confident in Becks dedication to let him take the lead on getting revenge. And the plan Beck comes up with is costly and not a guarantee.

As the book continues, I found myself becoming more detached and uninterested. I think the thing that really killed the book for me was how unrealistic everything was. I don’t know, maybe if I read this book at a different time then I would have enjoyed it more. But right now I think I need to put the book down and walk away. Maybe I’ll come back to it, maybe I won’t…

My review is not the norm for this book. When considering this book, please look at other reviews. Most people enjoyed the book. I guess I just couldn’t get into it.



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