Review: THOUSANDS by Pepper Winters

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Thousands by Pepper Winters
Series: Dollar, book 4
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: August 15, 2017
Rating: ★★★★★


By far my favorite book in the Dollar series!

Elder and Pim have had very different lives, but have had such tragic lives until they met. She is broken, he is broken, there’s no way two broken people can heal each other, but what if they put their broken half’s together, as one?

Elder and Pim’s story just keeps on getting better and better! Each book I’ve read in this series I think to myself, “this is my favorite in the series,” but then she comes out with the next one and I think, “nope, this one is my favorite!” So yes, I am saying Thousands is my favorite!

I absolutely love these two characters! Damaged and broken souls finding each other is a dream come true. I felt every bit of love they have for each other!

Pepper Winters’ writing never ceases to amaze me. her words flow and her writing is poetic. She makes me feel every bit of emotion there is too feel. I could get lost in her words for hours. I did not, and could not put this book down.

I can not wait for Millions to come out, but I know it will be bitter sweet knowing it is the last book in the series. I don’t know if I will ever be ready to say goodbye to Elder and Pim.

5 Stars!

~Alison


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Synopsis:
“Love had been stolen from me for reasons entirely my fault. But then a miracle happened, and Pim gave me something I thought was lost forever. She gave me a love I’d earned. Love that ruined me. Love that made me hopelessly hers…”

Once upon a time, I didn’t think I’d ever be normal.
Now, I’m talking and trusting, and it’s all thanks to Elder.
He gave me my life back, and I gave him my heart, but love stories like ours are never simple.
I did something to protect him.
He did something to survive me.
We screwed up.
And now, it’s no longer just about us.
It’s about safety, sanctuary, and sin.

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