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    The Candy Shop MOBI æ The Candy PDF/EPUB ² a gated community, and a fully equipped Jaguar for a body riddled with track marks and a substance that gave her a better feling than sex But when that candy, as she knows it, finally runs out, Faith 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 that she will be forced to make some life altering choices but will it be too late."/>
  • Paperback
  • 230 pages
  • The Candy Shop
  • Kiki Swinson
  • English
  • 09 January 2017
  • 1934157023

The Candy Shop❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ The Candy Shop Author Kiki Swinson – Essayreview.co.uk Having no regards for people, their property, or even her own life, Faith Simmons has done everything from selling off her life s fortune, to selling her body, to stealing all because of her sweet add Having no regards for people, their property, or even her own life, Faith Simmons has done everything from selling off her life s fortune, to selling her The Candy PDF/EPUB ² body, to stealing all because of her sweet addiction fo The Candy Shop Looking back ten years ago, who would have ever thought that this well respected and very well paid thirty five year old assistant principal for a performing arts school, would trade in her husband and her daughter, a two story brick home in a gated community, and a fully equipped Jaguar for a body riddled with track marks and a substance that gave her a better feling than sex But when that candy, as she knows it, finally runs out, Faith 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 that she will be forced to make some life altering choices but will it be too late.


About the Author: Kiki Swinson

Kiki Swinson was born and raised in Portsmouth, Virginia She discovered her flair for writing after completing her first novel, Mad Shambles, while serving a five year The Candy PDF/EPUB ² sentence at a federal prison After being released in December , Kiki later went on to self publish Mad Shambles Her passion for writing didn t stop there Writing feverishly into the wee hours of the night, she completed her second novel, Wifey, which was published by Melodrama Publishing After the success of Wifey, Kiki penned the sequels I m Still Wifey and Life After Wifey, as well as The Candy Shop and A Sticky Situation.


10 thoughts on “The Candy Shop

  1. says:

    Bitter With The SweetFaith appears to be an educated woman with a good life, yet she allows her friendship with Teresa Daniels to back her into a corner Soon Faith finds it impossible to stay away from her newfound addiction and has jeopardized her career, family, standard of living and maybe even her years Now a full blown addict, what won t Faith do in order to feed her habit The Candy Shop chronicles the birth of an addict While I am not a fan of the subject matter, I did find myself pity Bitter With The SweetFaith appears to be an educated woman with a good life, yet she allows her friendship with Teresa Daniels to back her into a corner Soon Faith finds it impossible to stay away from her newfound addiction and has jeopardized her career, family, standard of living and maybe even her years Now a full blown addict, what won t Faith do in order to feed her habit The Candy Shop chronicles the birth of an addict While I am not a fan of the subject matter, I did find myself pitying Faith and her inability to utilize her own common sense

  2. says:

    It was and average book I was expecting abetter ending too much of the story took place on the corner It just got annoying The scenes with Faith and her husband was great , otherwise it was blah.

  3. says:

    Just Say No From the opening chapters of Swinson s The Candy Shop, readers are immediately thrown into the world of drug addiction through the eyes of an addict We meet Faith Simmons, a wife, mother and assistant principal Her life is far from perfect, but she is respected, has a nice home and a comfortable lifestyle But that quickly changes with one sentence, I ll do it, just this one time Faith succumbs to addiction and her life spirals out of control Drugs They consume your mind, bo Just Say No From the opening chapters of Swinson s The Candy Shop, readers are immediately thrown into the world of drug addiction through the eyes of an addict We meet Faith Simmons, a wife, mother and assistant principal Her life is far from perfect, but she is respected, has a nice home and a comfortable lifestyle But that quickly changes with one sentence, I ll do it, just this one time Faith succumbs to addiction and her life spirals out of control Drugs They consume your mind, body and soul There is no teacher like experience, and Faith has to learn that the hard way.The premise is ripe with possibility, but unfortunately that possibility is not explored The whole add water and stir formula for drug addiction didn t work for me I know that no one ever aspires to become an addict and that things happen, but this was a bit much We re talking about a grown woman here, not an easily swayed young child that falls prey to peer pressure to fit in Had Faith s downward spiral into addiction beenrealistic maybe this book would have beenbelievable The Candy Shop started off on shaky ground and never really stabilized There is nothing here that we haven t seen read before The characters failed to move me The plot didn t excite me The ending didn t come quick enough

  4. says:

    Candy Is Not Always SweetFaith Simmons has it all a well paid job as an assistant principal for a performing arts school a daughter a husband and a nice home in a gated community Faith trades it all in for what she calls candy introduced to her by her best friend Teresa This was one of those books that reminded me why I became a counselor to help those that are affected by drug addiction Faith lied, cheated, and sold her body to get drugs even after the tragic death of her friend she was sti Candy Is Not Always SweetFaith Simmons has it all a well paid job as an assistant principal for a performing arts school a daughter a husband and a nice home in a gated community Faith trades it all in for what she calls candy introduced to her by her best friend Teresa This was one of those books that reminded me why I became a counselor to help those that are affected by drug addiction Faith lied, cheated, and sold her body to get drugs even after the tragic death of her friend she was still in denial Addiction affects everyone s life not just the addict, but the people that love them the drugs take over and the addict begins a never ending cycle always wantingand never getting enough This book was well written I would have liked to know if she got her life together or at least a better ending

  5. says:

    I must say Kiki showed no mercy on her characters in this book, it started out too slow for me in the beginning, I may as well popped my hit series collection in called The Corner I couldn t compare the ending to nothingthen a bedtime story, but then again who would want to here it , In my opinion the main character named Faith was a weak minded broad who let anything and anybody drag her in the gutter, her attempts to get clean was about as weak as this book Also her support system w I must say Kiki showed no mercy on her characters in this book, it started out too slow for me in the beginning, I may as well popped my hit series collection in called The Corner I couldn t compare the ending to nothingthen a bedtime story, but then again who would want to here it , In my opinion the main character named Faith was a weak minded broad who let anything and anybody drag her in the gutter, her attempts to get clean was about as weak as this book Also her support system was no better I only hope Miss Swinson come with something better next time, or maybe it s just me because I thrive on great endings, I d like to see Faith take a stand and while she s standing, step on anyone who tries to get in her way of getting her life back Wishful thinking

  6. says:

    I wouldn t say I Loved this book, but Ithan Liked it It definitely kept my attention and I like the ending because it wasn t really predictable The one thing that did annoy me were the errors in the book I m sure not many people would notice them, but I have an eye for stuff like that and it really bugs me.

  7. says:

    I read this book in 2 days and let me say this was a good read a real page turner and I can t wait to see what Kiki Swinson writes next because this book too me through some good and bad changes in the characters life ups and downs and I was able to look at it from a point of view that I never even thought of It was well written and would love to see a movie made of this.

  8. says:

    DON T DO DRUGS THIS GIRL HAD IT ALL AS A PRINCIPAL AT A SCHOOL ,PROMISING LIFE AND HUSBAND UNTIL ONE DAY SHE DECIDED TO DO THE ULTIMATE AND TRY SOME STREET CANDY ,BIG NO NO SHE BECAME THE BOTTOM OF THE BARREL REAL FAST.PROSTITUTION,HOMELESS LORD HAVE MERCY YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK IT IS A GREAT READ DEFINITE PAGE TURNER

  9. says:

    I absolutely enjoyed this book I am really loving this author I hate that none of her books are ever really available in my area, though

  10. says:

    all i had to say about is Just Say No Faith screw up her life over drugs cause she couldnt say NO

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