Pepper Winters – Ribbon Duet Reading Order

by Maryse on April 30, 2018 · 0 comments

in Reading Order Guide:

PEPPER WINTERS ALERT!!! This one sounds both eerie and beautiful at the same time and ohhhhhhhh how my fellow readers are loving it. And! Book #2 (the conclusion) just went up for preorder.

Ali: Omg the Boy and His Ribbon! I bawled you guys. It’s not the usual dark read Pepper Winters puts out, but it’s so so much feels. My heart couldn’t take it, book 2 I need you ASAP! This will definitely be in my top 10 reads this year already. That and Cruel Prince.

Robyn: I must put my 2 cents in on The Boy and His Ribbon. This is another one of those books that you need lots of time for. If you don’t like cliffies don’t read this book yet. I think book 2 comes out in June. I’m dying, literally dying for book 2! Peppers writing is exquisite. It took me there. I felt everything. Definately one of my best of 2018 along with Transcend and Epoch.

Diana: I read The Boy and his Ribbon on Wednesday. Can’t wait for the sequel!! Even knowing how it was going to end from the halfway mark, it was like a train wreck – I couldn’t stop reading & loving it. Ren is the best. Della was both frustrating & understandable. Gah! The waiting!

MichelleS: I’m still reading The Boy & His Ribbon. Definitely a unique plotline. I’m strangely hooked.

Amy: Holy moly, The Boy and His Ribbon sounds GUT-WRENCHING. I clicked it, but I’m going to have to work up the courage to read it. :?

Cheryl: The Boy and His Ribbon does sound gut wrenching, but I think I’m going to wait until book 2 is released before reading it.

About book #1:

What do you do when you meet your soul mate? No wait…that’s too easy. What do you do when you meet your soul mate and have to spend a lifetime loving him in secret? I’ll tell you what you do. You lie.”


Ren was eight when he learned that love doesn’t exist–that the one person who was supposed to adore him only cared how much he was worth.
His mother sold him and for two years, he lived in terror.

But then…he ran.

He thought he’d run on his own. Turned out, he took something of theirs by accident and it became the one thing he never wanted and the only thing he ever needed.


I was young when I fell in love with him, when he switched from my world to my everything. My parents bought him for cheap labour, just like they had with many other kids, and he had the scars to prove it.

At the start, he hated me, and I could understand why. For years he was my worst enemy, fiercest protector, and dearest friend. But by the end…he loved me.

The only problem was, he loved me in an entirely different way to the way I loved him. And slowly, my secret drove us apart.


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