The Sugar Ticket [NOOK Book]

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Cindy Layton and Jay DeMatteo are back again! The Sugar Ticket chronicles their marital journey as the two twice-divorced adults learn to embrace the sweetness of their present. When the inevitable complications arise, will the DeMatteo's gently overcome their obstacles by alleviating the sour taste of the past through the light-hearted humor you enjoyed in Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, or will they sweep their issues under the proverbial ...
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The Sugar Ticket

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Overview

Cindy Layton and Jay DeMatteo are back again! The Sugar Ticket chronicles their marital journey as the two twice-divorced adults learn to embrace the sweetness of their present. When the inevitable complications arise, will the DeMatteo's gently overcome their obstacles by alleviating the sour taste of the past through the light-hearted humor you enjoyed in Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, or will they sweep their issues under the proverbial taboo-topic carpet?

Find out how these two mid-life adolescents meet their daily tribulations head on, as they conquer their fears, secrets revealed, and the most fundamental challenge of all - remaining in love forever.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148561392
  • Publisher: Susan Jean Ricci
  • Publication date: 10/28/2013
  • Series: Cindy's Crusades , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 214
  • Sales rank: 888,650
  • File size: 212 KB

Meet the Author

Susan Jean Ricci and her husband Joe live in a lovely New Jersey town near the sea. Together they have seven children and nine grandchildren.
An award-winning, internationally read, From Womens' Pens author and humorist, Susan is best known for her series of works titled Cindy's Crusades that includes two novels, Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems and The Sugar Ticket, the short chronicle Twilight and Chickadees, and a collection of short stories titled Heart Marks the Spot.
She has also published what she refers to as her sometimes controversial rants in the Asbury Park Press. Her nonfiction articles have appeared in Parenting Teen Magazine, Aim Intercultural Magazine, and Good Dog Magazine.
Susan has won several awards via the Writer's Digest 78th Annual Writer's Contest and the Philadelphia Writer's Conference.
Her short stories A Super Sandy Christmas and The Christmas Cardinal will appear in Annie Acorn's 2014 Christmas Treasury.
Susan blogs at susanjeanricci.com. You can friend her at facebook.com/DinosaursCherryStems, and you can follow her at @Susanjeanricci. Her books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and iTunes.
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  • Posted March 21, 2014

    The Sugar Ticket is a hilarious romp through love, life, and mar

    The Sugar Ticket is a hilarious romp through love, life, and marriage. The characters were so real I kept asking myself, is this autobiographical? Equal parts comic, poignant, everyday, and extraordinary, Cindy’s adventures had me grinning, laughing, and caring about this all too vulnerable and earnest heroine. Her narrative voice is sharp and witty, tender and deep, and she hooked me from the get go. Three cheers for the Sugar Ticket and five stars for a delightful read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014

    In this snazzy little sequel to Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, Susa

    In this snazzy little sequel to Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, Susan Jean Ricci proves that all the fun and frustration of courtship doesn’t end after marriage. Although seemingly a perfect match, Cindy and Jay have their differences and go through a rollicking good time coming to terms with them. In Ricci’s smart and sassy style, she relates her vignettes in a down to earth way with real bits of wisdom at the core. I found myself laughing out loud at her astute observations of human nature, poking fun at the thread that bind us all. If you like a heartfelt story with a healthy dose of life lessons on the side, you will love this book.

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  • Posted November 20, 2014

     Cindy's life hadn't been easy. A special needs brother and a fa

     Cindy's life hadn't been easy. A special needs brother and a failed marriage later, she wasn't sure where she was headed.  Cindy then had an encounter with a real creepy jerk that left her shaken.  Her friend Julie told her it was time to get out there and find a man to love. Jay happen into Cindy's life and things begin to change.  She knew they'd be happy forever. 




         I fell in love with this book right away. I could relate to Cindy on many levels. It was nice to read a book where the main character isn't perfect in every way.  The writing is so well done it makes this one an easy read.  The humor in this book just made it that much better.  A lot of what through Cindy's mind enters most women's minds at some point.  Get this book because you are gonna recommend it to everyone you know.  Ms. Ricci is a master storyteller. 




         I found no issues with this one.




         I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it is magnificent.   ~Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review~

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2014

    The Sugar Ticket is the sequel to Dinosaurs & Cherry Stems,

    The Sugar Ticket is the sequel to Dinosaurs & Cherry Stems, the story that started it all.  Cindy and Jay DeMatteo are two mid-life adolescents determined to make their third marriage work and the good news here? They're doing it the way people do via real life. It doesn't get any better than that!
    There's great times, hilarious times, and some darn good rocking fun, with humor, class, and taste.

    If you're looking for a contemporary romance sprinkled with humor, you've come to the right place! Stick around -  I've heard a rumor that book three in the Cindy's Crusades series is due out soon! 

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