Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
I took my time reading Sugar and Skulls. It was intense and had quite a few major trigger moments for me so please read the warning before you start. That being said, I really loved this book. Jesse has had a traumatic past and as much as it haunts her, it has pushed her to be the strong, fierce, take-no-shit woman she is turning in to. Dirk plays a very interesting role in her life, even at a young age and to see their dynamic grow the way it does was quiet spectacular. The way LM Terry describes him and his ink had me all hot & bothered. I love me a tatted bad boy! I have to say, each character is well developed and the relationships are truly genuine and realistic. Even with the darker tones of this story, love truly does conquer all.
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Her lips part, granting me permission to experience more of her. Oh, god. Her lips are the sweetest thing I’ve ever tasted. Quietly in the breeze, we softly explore each other. When she pulls away a lightness settles over me. The taste of sugar remains on my lips.
The electric current that hums between us, gives me new life. A renewed sense of strength washes over me. My hand roams back down to the edge of towel sitting ever so delightfully at his hips. In one swift motion I rip it off and take a step back, keeping the towel in my grip. My eyes run down his dark thighs. My mind is already filling in the blank spots on his body.
As quickly as a strike of a match the tent goes up in flames. His mouth is everywhere, leaving tracks of heat in its wake. His warm hands slide under my shirt. Dirk incinerates every memory of touch that came before him.
His mouth crashes to mine. He unleashes every pent-up emotion he had carefully tucked away under all that ink. Our love making becomes frantic. Suddenly we cannot get enough of each other, cannot get close enough. I want to crawl inside him and live. I want to be the sugar skull girl trapped behind his tattooed ribs.
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Sugar and Skulls
When I was ten I was a naïve, shy girl. A girl who dreamed of sunsets and roller skates. Until my grandparents died. Then I found myself alone in the world. One bad thing after another seemed to find me but I dealt. I dealt because a man with a black leather jacket and ink from head to toe told me how to survive this world. He told me sometimes you have to get mean. And so, I embraced my mean. I hated it at first but as time went on being mean became second nature.
I rule my world, staying ahead, never stopping. You won’t find anyone like me. I’m Jesse Miller and I’m one of a kind.
I’m fine on my own.
Until, I’m not.
When I found Jesse at ten years old she was cute as a button and sweet as a jar of honey. I gave her a bit of advice to survive this world. I hated to be cynical, but she was in the foster care system. She needed to learn a little mean, otherwise she would be eaten alive.
Now, I’ve found her again and believe me, Jesse Miller isn’t a little girl anymore. Seems she took my advice to heart. I may have created a monster. She’s a dark-haired vixen with a wicked mind and sharp tongue. Jesse is very, very enticing.
She thinks she can do it on her own.
She doesn’t have to.She has a family.
She has me.
Sugar and Skulls is a stand-alone novel. It is a dark romance, but I promise it does have a HEA. There is no cheating in this novel. It does contain dark content, including, but not limited to profanity, sexual abuse, and violence. It could possibly have triggers for some individuals.