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Every Part of You: Takes Me (#5) [Kindle Edition]

Megan Hart
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)

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Book Description

The final installment in the sizzling Every Part of You e-serial.

Together, they were on fire. Apart, they’re miserable. Can Simone and Elliott find their way back to each other?

Bereft after Elliott leaves her, Simone is urged to find solace in a non-emotional connection with a stranger that leaves her body fulfilled but her heart still empty.  When Elliott learns she’s been with someone else, jealousy prompts him to make a move on her, but passion is no longer enough. He needs to open up to Simone, who’s not sure she can accept even his sincerest apology. A final run-in with his father convinces Elliott he has to make amends with Simone, no matter what it takes.

Product Details

  • File Size: 397 KB
  • Print Length: 45 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (April 1, 2014)
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C2RT7QC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,777 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2.0 out of 5 stars The ending was a bit rushed... April 4, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Well, I finally finished this series of novellas. I thought the ending was very rushed and I was disappointed that we didn't get much intimate time with Simone and Elliott. If I were to rate the story as a whole I would give the whole series about 3 stars. I would've liked more emphasis on them as a couple and his issues that he was having with his relationship with dad and Molly. I had no interest whatsoever in her ex... he's a jerk. Out of all the dominants I've met he's my least favorite. Very self absorbed guy only interested in his own pleasure. His submissive was extremely annoying. I could have done without them in this last installment.
If you like erotic stories that focus on pleasure through pain then this will float your boat. If you like strong, bossy females you will love Simone. I quite liked Simone and that's why I continued with the series. I liked that she was not a submissive even though I couldn't really understand her need for pain. I liked Elliott as well but felt like we just didn't get enough of his story. Like I said before... it felt rushed.

Each novella is $1.99... so, around $10 for the whole story when you're done. Is it worth the price? Well, I'll let you decide... :) At least they are all out now... so, no waiting in between installments.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Conclusion of Series June 18, 2014
By Janet
Format:Kindle Edition
Though I am not usually a fan of serialized books, the author is strong enough to make the technique work. Megan Hart is a very skilled writer. She has woven a tale that is intriguing and given readers an extremely compelling hero and heroine. The themes of voyeurism and BDSM are handled with finesse and class, and the erotica factor seems high and going higher.... This conclusion is well written, fast paced, beautifully set and as I said, the passion is there. I am a sucker for clever dialogue and Ms. Hart has the talent for writing dialogue down to an art! The story has concluded satisfactorily, and I for one will be there to read more from Megan Hart.
*I received my copy from in exchange for an honest review.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Every part of you take me June 4, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
i love a good sexy love story with a happy ending.
Megan Hart is a good writer for these novels
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2.0 out of 5 stars 2.5 stars May 23, 2014
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I read this in the five separate, short installments but will review it as a whole.

Simone is full of self-confidence with a side of naughty. While at work she has enjoyed her voyeuristic side watching the attractive male below bring back many woman to have his way with in his office. Having a penchant for masochism, she’s learned to ask for exactly what she wants and if the chemistry doesn’t complement to move on quickly. She continues her brazenness by virtually inviting herself to a party with the male one evening.

Elliott is a strange one. He’s a little bit OCD, a little bit germaphobe, and quite a bit neurotic. Coming from an abusive and neglected childhood, he has worked hard to overcome the obstacles placed upon him. He focuses on taking care of Molly and not becoming like his father. He has spent much of his free time with a parade of model type blondes but no one that he ever wants to be around more than a couple of dates.

This wasn’t my favorite series. It felt like there was more angst with a trivial amount of satisfaction. I didn’t get find much enjoyment in the flat characters or the dysfunctional connection they share. Elliott is constantly pushing Simone away and then running back to her; talk about mixed signals. In a lot of ways, I think this was the biggest turn off. Because there was so much rebuffing, it made me wonder where the plot was going. There were moments I enjoyed the rapport between Simone and Elliott but there were even more where I was left shaking my head. After the pages has settled or more aptly the kindle recharged, I think perhaps I didn’t get what was the author was trying to convey.

Rating: 2.5 stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hart-wrenchingly brilliant! May 7, 2014
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Part 5 of Megan Hart's series Every Part of you - well developed characters and storyline. Hart captures her readers in characters who are both loveable and fault-ridden. You'll laugh, cry and cheer for their struggles as you complete this series - well worth the read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Needed More! May 3, 2014
By L&B
Format:Kindle Edition
I seriously couldn't wait to get my hands on this conclusion. After reading the other four installments in this serial series, I was anxious to see how things were going to turn our for Simone and Elliot. The other parts of their story thus far had been sexy, slightly kinky, and even a bit sweet. I guess I expected more of the same at the end. All of those elements were present but not in the ways I had anticipated. The ending did give me closure, as I received answers to the questions that had me curious throughout Elliot and Simone's story, but I still felt disappointed in this segment as a whole. Overall, I would still recommend the series, which is now available in one book, if you are looking for a quick, sexy read.

ARC received through Netgalley and reviewed by Lea
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5.0 out of 5 stars Our review from MustReadBooksOrDie April 24, 2014
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I reviewed this at MustReadBooksOrDie with my friend Shelley!

Shel: I know what you're thinking. You're thinking you can't do a novella don't like the waiting...they are just getting going and POOF! it's over for that installment...the characters aren't as developed...and so on and so on. Court: I've so thought that before, but keep reading!

Shel: I think Megan Hart just may be the writer to convince you that a novella series will work for you. First of all, by the time you read this review all of the series will be released. Court: They are ALL out! And so fracking good. Shel: Second of all, the series is completely filling. The characters are not short changed, neither is the plot or the steam. Of course, when a writer is budgeting his or her words, the details may be fewer and the pace, faster..but I didn't mind it one bit. I found this series to be paced nicely and the writing very clean--not bogged down on anything unnecessary. Court: I had deeply strong feelings for Simone and while my feelings for Elliott tended to be toward the (edit) off side of things, he was a very multi-dimensional character as well. My constant thoughts of Simone were that she is fierce, and strong...yet submissive. That was quite a feat for me to see pulled off so I was very excited to see what sort of journey Simone would take through each novella I read.

Shel: The story is interesting. There's the instant intrigue of Simone and her voyeurism. There's the simple and not so simple Elliot. There's the complication of their sex life and what is deemed right/good/acceptable. There are hurt feelings and confused feelings and honest feelings. I loved how in so few words, Megan Hart gives us a very raw story of the pleasure and pain of engaging in their relationship.
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