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The Throwaway Year Hayden Michaels Had Given Six Years Of Her Life To MyKell Before He Abruptly Informs Her That Things Hadn T Been Right For A While And He Had Met Someone Else That Is When Hayden Finally Opens Her Eyes And Takes A Good Look Around At Her Life And The Mess That She Was Financially, Emotionally And Physically Never Able To Maintain Enough Discipline To Put Her Mind To Any Difficult Task, Hayden Makes A Bold Decision She Will Throw Away An Entire Year Of Her Life Moving Towards Her Goals With No Thought Of Pleasure Or Pain In This Latest IR Novel Written By Award Winning Author Pepper Pace, We Are Taken On A Journey With Hayden As She Tries To Recreate Herself With Sometimes Comical Results With The Use Of Positive Affirmations Hayden S Journey Is A Lesson To Us All As She Faces Situations And People That Help Her To Realize Her Worth Namely A Man Who Has Been Written Off By Society But The Question Becomes Whether Hayden Can Accept The Faults Of Someone Else Without Allowing Herself To Fall Back Into Her Old Ways Warning This Story Contains Explicit Language, Sex, And Descriptions Of Drug Use

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 178 pages
  • The Throwaway Year
  • Pepper Pace
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 1492853909

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About the Author: Pepper Pace

Who is Pepper Pace Pepper Pace is the pen name used by the author Born and raised in Cincinnati, she has always enjoyed creativity At a very young age, Pepper had a gift for art and would spend most of her spare time drawing images that she later began adding stories behind Soon writing becameimportant than the illustrations and though she still loved art, it took a back seat to her real Who is Pepper Pace Pepper Pace is the pen name used by the author Born and raised in Cincinnati, she has always enjoyed creativity At a very young age, Pepper had a gift for art and would spend most of her spare time drawing images that she later began adding stories behind Soon writing becameimportant than the illustrations and though she still loved art, it took a back seat to her real love.Pepper wrote her first novel when she was 12 years old and had written 2by the age of 18 Too shy to share her work with anyone, Pepper stock piled her many stories into notebooks until she came upon Literotica.com and was compelled to share her craft.Pepper became instantly popular and won several awards each year in which she submitted a story to the site After receiving popular feedback, she grew in confidence and created a popular blog entitled Writing Feedback where she encourages her readers to interact with her on topics concerning, music, writing, art and pop culture, and can be contacted at her blog pepperpacefeedback.blogspot.com Pepper lives in Cincinnati where many of her characters also reside.Other Websites

10 thoughts on “The Throwaway Year

  1. says:

    New Pepper Pace

  2. says:

    While this story has a lot of similarities between it and another of Ms Pace s novels, Beast , which is a book I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this is still a unique read in itself The characters personalities are still quite different Some of their circumstances are different as well.If there was one thing that I do wish wassimilar to Beast with this novel, it would be the length of the novel, as well as getting Brian s POV I felt I missed out on a lot of really getting to know him I wanted t While this story has a lot of similarities between it and another of Ms Pace s novels, Beast , which is a book I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this is still a unique read in itself The characters personalities are still quite different Some of their circumstances are different as well.If there was one thing that I do wish wassimilar to Beast with this novel, it would be the length of the novel, as well as getting Brian s POV I felt I missed out on a lot of really getting to know him I wanted to hear his voice, see his reactions through his own words Not just according to Hayden s POV While these two have great chemistry together, the places they are both at in their lives allows them to be open to one another, I still wish I could have gotten Brian s perspective as well, while these things unfolded Not to belittle the growth of Hayden s character or the issues that she was fighting through, but Brian s issues not only affected him internally externally, they affected people close to him greatly A ripple effect of sorts So I would have loved to see a broader scope with him, before witnessing he Hayden coming full circle together If we would have gotten this then I would have gottentime with them as well I love these two together They make me giddy And Brian just has this thing about him that leaves a chick like But I do so love their story I love the pacing of this book the message that it brings with it It s not only realistic, but it s quite touching erotically hot And the ending was just beautiful I couldn t put it down.I would highly recommend this read Keep it up Ms Pace

  3. says:

    Pace delivers yet another atypical romance with an appealing hero and heroine.My Full Review Here

  4. says:

    This was another winner produced by Ms Pace Not only was it Captivating, but it was also well written, well edited, and overall, it had an awesome message for those who need want to reboot their lives I started this book yesterday evening, and I just couldn t put it down Ms Pace did an awesome job with crafting her characters Hayden, Brian, Dani, MyKell, Pam, Abdullah, and the whole entire lot , and with inserting a message of self empowerment and motivation that is sure to inspire jus This was another winner produced by Ms Pace Not only was it Captivating, but it was also well written, well edited, and overall, it had an awesome message for those who need want to reboot their lives I started this book yesterday evening, and I just couldn t put it down Ms Pace did an awesome job with crafting her characters Hayden, Brian, Dani, MyKell, Pam, Abdullah, and the whole entire lot , and with inserting a message of self empowerment and motivation that is sure to inspire just about any reader to get up and get movin start livingIn my opinion, it was worth every single solitary penny, andGiving this one 5 solid stars

  5. says:

    This was an amazing read There were moments where I identified with Hayden the way she felt about herself, her relationships, interaction with her best friend, and the things she felt she needed to do to get right with herself I loved reading about her transforming herself from the beginning to the end, not only mentally, but physically I also enjoyed reading the positive affirmations written throughout the book Reading this has left me feeling great

  6. says:

    This was a story about self discovery and finding out your own worth and loving yourself Very smooth, nice love story It focused mainly on the female character for the majority of the book, it was a mellow read The book had a lot of affirmations in it Reflective story Worth a read.

  7. says:

    First read 2013Reread 12 2016It s always a delight revisiting a Pepper Pace hit Especially when she includes MCs from her other books.

  8. says:

    Great book I like the affirmation in it and Hayden is an amazing character she learned how to be strong again and it love herself.

  9. says:

    The Throwaway Year is the first book I ve read by Pepper Pace even though I have a good number of them I buy her books because without having read anything of hers before now, I can see from her book synopses that she has a unique way of looking at the world, particularly this funny thing called love Her main protagonists are always people who are overlooked and underestimated, who are too plain, too damaged or in some ways what society might consider too insignificant to find and keep a great The Throwaway Year is the first book I ve read by Pepper Pace even though I have a good number of them I buy her books because without having read anything of hers before now, I can see from her book synopses that she has a unique way of looking at the world, particularly this funny thing called love Her main protagonists are always people who are overlooked and underestimated, who are too plain, too damaged or in some ways what society might consider too insignificant to find and keep a great love in their lives Carving out such a brave niche in the world of romance takes some doing, so that alone makes me respect her as writer.Now, where The Throwaway Year is concerned, it s ironic that I would read this one first because in many ways, without knowing for sure, I get the sense that this might beconventional than the stories she usually writes The H and h have challenges that make them far from the stereotypical romance novel couple, but they re also very much like people I think most of us might know, so my instinct is that their story might not have been the very best showcase for this writer s talent Still, I appreciated that she showed the journey of a woman to love herself and hence to be able to expect and accept love, and the journey of a man to forgive himself and remake his life What I most enjoyed though, was not the relationship story, but that of the way the main protagonists interacted with secondary characters It felt like I was reading an author of contemporary women s or literary fiction who was almost artificially trying to give the romance audience a formula that they have come to expect from her There was texture and detail, and a writer s instinct and enjoyment that leaps off the page when she was describing the quirks of the secondary characters that I didn t feel as much of in the romance arc Having said that, I ll restate my disclaimer, that I haven t read anything else from Pepper Pace and so, may not be the best judge.Still, this book wasthan enough to stoke my interest about the rest of her work, and make me want to dig into them I highly recommend it.Nia Forrester

  10. says:

    Pepper Pace is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors but honestly speaking this one was not my favorite I did not feel a connection to the MCs Brian and Hayden nor secondary characters The ending including the epilogue felt rushed and left me wantingWith that being said, there are a lot of positives to The Throwaway Year I did appreciate like the premise of second chances and not throwing away a year of your life on negativity whether it s in a relationship or self doubt loat Pepper Pace is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors but honestly speaking this one was not my favorite I did not feel a connection to the MCs Brian and Hayden nor secondary characters The ending including the epilogue felt rushed and left me wantingWith that being said, there are a lot of positives to The Throwaway Year I did appreciate like the premise of second chances and not throwing away a year of your life on negativity whether it s in a relationship or self doubt loathing her books always deal with realistic topics and this book is no different as it tackles drug abuse usage the affirmations, and one in particular I loved view spoilerI am perfectly imperfect I strive for better while loving all that I am today In loving myself today, I am better equipped to improve myself tomorrowhide spoiler although self conscious, Hayden does show strengththe slow build up to the love making scene is worth the wait Pepper Pace is a great writer even though The Throwaway Year was not my favorite read Don t get me wrong, it s enjoyable but for those who are looking to be introduced to Pepper s writing I would recommend starting with Beast In the end, I give The Throwaway Year 3.5 stars

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