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Pennies (Dollar Book 1) by [Winters, Pepper]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews
Book 1 of 5 in Dollar (5 Book Series)
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews
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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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Dark is undoubtedly my thing & I can’t believe it has taken me this long to read this heart wrenching, mind blowing book. It wasn’t what I imagined, it was so much darker, raw & hard hitting. It held me fast as the words poured from the pages, unable to tear my eyes away. I was trapped between the sheer horror of Pim’s plight & the hope that she would somehow find a way to claw herself from the depths of hell.
First off I have to say that not everyone is going to love this book. There is no hearts & flowers, no knight on a white horse. There is just pain, suffering & the silent acceptance of an evil so profound you can physically feel it squeezing the breath from you.

Tasmin aka Pimlico is the strongest heroine imaginable. At 18 she murdered & then taken. If only death had claimed her that night, it would have been so much easier to bare than the hell she soon found herself sold into. A sheer monster of a man, capable of more evil than your mind can comprehend. She knows him as Master A & he will reign a thousand hells down on her in an attempt to break.

Over the years she is held as a slave, Pim is forced to do the most depraved things your mind can ever imagine - even when Pepper doesn’t spell it out word for word, the intention is crystal clear & it guts you. Brutalised, raped, starved & beaten, she still hangs onto the only thing she has left as her own – her voice. Her punishments for denying Master A verbal & non-verbal answers are multiplied 10 fold, yet this magnificent girl, who has sheer terror running through her veins, manages to find the inner strength to rival the worlds armies to deny him his final piece of power over her.

Every day she questions the why’s, wondering when the day will come that she can exact vengeance.
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Wow, this book has blown my mind! I didn’t think Pepper would ever shock me with her darkness but she has, she is the queen of darkness and I almost want to curtsey at her feet. I feel like I’m being unfaithful to Jethro because I love Elder Prest.

As soon as I saw the blurb for this I wanted, no needed to know more about it. I love a good mystery and not knowing much about the characters just added to the anticipation.

“At 18 I had pennies, but money didn’t make me bold. At 19 I had dollars, but it didn’t dull the pain of being sold. At 20 I had hundreds, but then I met him and was found. At 21 I had thousands, but all I wanted was to be bound.”

“At 23 I had dollars, but life changed and made me rich. At 25 I had hundreds, but it wasn’t enough to stop my killing itch. At 27 I had thousands, but my reputation didn’t set me free. At 29 I had millions, but I met her and could finally see.”

The book begins with 18 year old Tamsin writing a diary entry but she is no longer known as that, since being sold as a slave her new name is Pim. To say her Master is evil is an understatement but during the last 2 years of enduring his horrifying abuse she’s found her own coping methods.

As each day goes by, Pim accepts that this is her fate and will be all she knows until she dies which she hopes is soon. Then one night, a mysterious man comes to dinner and her whole world is turned upside down.

Elder Prest is a thief, a very good thief and has made millions using his talents and has earned a reputation amongst the seriously wealthy which has put him in high demand.
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