Stealing Candy

Stewart Lewis (Author)
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Description

Candy hates boarding school. As a junior, graduation is still eons away, and making films is the only way to survive the boredom.

Until she is kidnapped.

Candy panics. Along Came a Spider, Ransom, Taken, Cellular... Candy knows how these movies end. The only reason anyone would abduct her is to get a payout from her rock star father. Except Candy and her father are estranged. There's no way he's going to pay.

But with every hour that passes, Candy's fear slowly recedes. Being on the road is freeing, not to mention great material for a new documentary. And the more time she spends with her mysterious and handsome captor, Levon, the more she learns the whole scheme is not just about ransom. It's about revenge. What began as a kidnapping is spiraling into a crazy road trip adventure as Candy and Levon find a lot of wrong ways to do the right thing.

Product Details

Price
$10.99
Publisher
Sourcebooks Fire
Publish Date
May 02, 2017
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.9 X 8.1 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781492638889
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About the Author

Stewart Lewis is the author of six previous novels, including You Have Seven Messages, which has been translated into five languages. He is also an acclaimed singer-songwriter who has opened for such artists as Shawn Colvin, Graham Nash, Better Than Ezra, and others.

Reviews

"Like the best pop songs, Stewart Lewis's novel, Stealing Candy, hits all the right notes. It's funny, suspenseful, touching, sexy ... it's also a road trip, a love story, and an affecting portrait of two desperate characters. I ate it up." - Louis Bayard, New York Times Notable Author of Lucky Strikes
"Stealing Candy is that rare sort of read that keeps you not just guessing, but gasping with every turn of the page." - Kieran Scott, author of Pretty Fierce
"A page-turning, stay-up-late story. Readers are going to love Candy and her wonderful mix of resourcefulness and jaded innocence. " - Cammie McGovern, author of Say What You Will