Having no regards for people, their property and even her own life, Faith Simmons has done everything from selling off her life’s fortune, to selling her body, and stealing, all because of her sweet addiction for The Candy Shop.
Looking back ten years, who would have ever thought that this well-respected and very well paid thirty-one year old assistant principal for a performing arts school would trade in her six-year marriage, a two-story brick home in a gated community and a 2007 Jaguar, for a body riddled with track marks and a substance that gives her a better feeling than sex. When that candy, as she knows it, finally runs out; she resorts to the ‘desperate times calls for desperate measures’ solution; which will have her playing Russian roulette with the angel of death.
And sooner than later, these episodes will catch up with her, so she will be forced to make some life altering choices, but will it be too late?
Not her best work
I am agree with some of the others. Ending was not what I expected. Out of all the books I read, this was my least favorite.