Series Book List

rosehartblog-6Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of a series i’ve read. Whether i want to keep going with one but have to wait for the next book, or i’ve started reading one but passed on continuing. So i’m writing this for myself to keep track, but of course if it comes in handy for finding a series you’d forgotten about or you find an addition for your TBR pile, then all the better. Oh, ⭐️ =Favourites

The majority of new series’ i tend to read now are Adult Fiction, the YA/NA additions are from my old blogging days with a few reminding me of great reads! Thoughtless by S.C.Stephens for example!

If, going by this list, you think of a series you can’t help rave about, let me know in the comments or on Twitter.

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📕Review: Pennies by Pepper Winters


  • Author: Pepper Winters
  • Published: July 20th 2016
  • Reviewed: December 10th 2016
  • Tags: Dark | Contemporary | Romance tag for the series as a whole…
  • Series | Standalone: Dollar #1
  • Recommended to: Fans of Dark Lit
  • Avoid if: Captivity/ abuse offends
  • Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

You’re thrown straight into carnage with this one, folks. 18% in and I’m thinking you’re screwed Pimlico, this is not ending well. – My note when starting Pennies.

Here we go. You probably saw me on Twitter going crazy about this series.

When i finished reading Pennies i went straight onto Amazon to purchase the second book in this series, Dollars. Pepper Winters has created such an unpredictable plot and unforgettable, vivid characters that i won’t forget & i’ll no doubt put every book she’s published on my TBR list now.

Pimlico was bought in an auction by Master A, a despicable and cruel man. If you think this 21419317.gifis one of those stories that sees the captor relenting in harshness towards their captive, you’ll be in for a surprise. The antagonist is ridiculously mean and fucked up, when you think that they should have some endearing qualities to work, this proves otherwise. His character doesn’t progress in a way that softens the readers opinion of him, he simply becomes pitiful which lends Pimlico’s character some much- needed strength.

It’s violent and cleverly written so that it isn’t just a diary of torture, Winters gives it to you in dribs and drabs, sometimes dulling the impact and others hitting you with it in the face with a spade. Continue reading