“I should never have asked for a night with you. This would never have happened if I’d had more willpower.”
A thief met a possession and did what he did best.
Now, he has to live with the consequences.
Including the girl he claimed.
Pimlico was stolen and sold all before her twenty-first birthday.
Two years with a master who almost killed her is over.
She has a new master now.
A master who demands everything, expects everything, and requires ultimate access to her mind.
Elder broke countless rules when he took the girl who wasn’t his.
She confuses and bewitches him, but his fascination won’t save her from his desires.
He wants to know her.
She wants to forget.
Together… they’re doomed.
It feels like forever waiting for this book to come. But as always, it’s worth the wait. To be honest, I’m still trying to sort out my feelings even if I finished reading it weeks ago. It still leaves me breathless and still in awe on how raw the story made me feel.
Dollars is the second book on the Dollar series, it resumed where the Pennies ended–what happened to Pim after Elder rescued her, where Elder took her, and what happens now between Elder and Pim.
In Pennies, we met Elder Prest, the mysterious guy who saved Pim from the hands of the devil Master A, (may his soul rots in the deepest of hell). Though the author still left things for the readers to ponder, we get a glimpse of Elder Prest’s past life. Though I’m still not into Team Elder, I can say I understand him a bit more now. I’m sure Pepper Winters will make me fall in love with him in the next books.
I was in awe by Pim’s drive to survive in Pennies. Her strong will helped her to overcome any affliction she endured in the hands of her captor. In Dollars, she is getting stronger not just physically but mentally as well. I can’t wait to see how Elder and Pim’s attraction for each other grows. Although the pulls they felt confused them, they can’t seem to stay away from each other.
Dollars wasn’t as dark as the first book, the tone of the story was a bit dramatic. Oh boy, the rawness of the characters’ feelings. The way the author wrote the scenes. The FEELS!! Goosebumps all over my body. Though, I must admit, there were times that made me feel so frustrated and hoping it will give my “WTF moment”, but it didn’t happened But heck, every frustrations was so worth it, because the way this baby ended left me speechless and totally mindfucked. Pepper Winters never disappoint when it comes to delivering captivating, adrenaline-filled, mind-blowing stories. The anticipation for Hundreds is now off the charts. I can’t wait to dwell more on Pim and Elder’s life together!