STATE OF GRACE
Money makes the world go round - that's what twenty-something Grace Reeves is learning. Stuck in a grind where everyone's ahead apart from her, she's partied out, disillusioned, and massively in debt. If she's dumped by another rock-band wannabe, squashed by anyone else at her cut-throat fashion job, or chased by any more bailiffs, Grace suspects she'll fall apart...
GRACE UNDER PRESSURE
So when older, sexy and above all, wealthy art-dealer Vaughn appears, she's intrigued against her will. Could she handle being a sugar daddy's arm-candy?
Soon Grace is thrown into a world of money and privilege, at Vaughn's beck and call in return for thousands of pounds in luxurious gifts, priceless clothes - and cash. She's out of her depth. Where's the line between acting the trophy girlfriend, and selling yourself for money? And, more importantly, whatever happened to love?
Couldn’t put the book down
Was recommended by a friend and read over a week on holiday was so addictive and drawn in to wanting to read more. Like a 50 shades but not as detailed in the bedroom department but still got you wondering highly recommend
Realistic, Compelling and one of Sarra's very best!
Unsticky is fantastically written, drawing you into Grace's world and not looking back.
If I'm honest, despite reading many, many (many) other books, I always come back to Unsticky read over a dozen times and have struggled to find anything that even remotely compares!
Every time I pick it back up I become more engrossed than the last time! Sarra has the unique ability of forcing you into Grace's life and the harsh realities of being a twenty-something British female in a glittering world where money, love (and in Grace's case; men) can leave you just as quickly as they found you, and how the effects money, power and men can effect a young woman both positively and negatively.
Others written by Sarra; adorkable, 9 uses of an ex-boyfriend and you don't have to say you love me.. All fantastic reads, however I feel Unsticky is the Crème de la crème and would like to genuinely than Sarra for bringing Grace's story into my life.
My new favourite book, was glued to it. Didn't want it to ever end...