Beg Me Kindle Edition
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Warning: This book involves light bondage play, rape fantasy & role-playing. The acts between the hero & heroine are consensual, but they may not be ideal for all readers...
I was a bit hesitant when I read rape fantasy. I have never read anything like that before and I didn't know what to expect. So I took a deep breath, put my big girl panties on and decided to hand my contemporary erotic romance v-card over to Shiloh Walker. I love her writing style and really enjoyed reading Broken and The Missing so I put my trust in her hands and she didn't disappoint.
What I Liked: This book packed quite a punch for only being a little over 100 pages! I didn't think a story could come full circle, let alone such an emotional story, in so few pages but this author did just that. Beg Me read like a full length novel.
I felt such a strong connection with Tania and Drake. I ached for Tania, who'd literally been to hell and back. The traumatizing experience that robbed her of her precious memories with her husband broke my heart. The last couple of years have been really intense for her. All she wants to do is put it all behind her so she can move on and enjoy the sexual fantasies she once desired and she wants Drake to help her. Drake's been in love with Tania since before she married his best friend. What he wants more than anything else is to be with her but that requires conquering some emotional hurdles.
What I Didn't Like: I can't think of anything I didn't like.Read more ›
Two years later, Tania is still struggling with moving past that experience. Drake Bennett was Kyle's best friend and he still looks out for Tania. She trusts him and turns to him now that she knows she must move on from the rape. And in order to do that, she needs new memories. She needs someone to have sex with, someone who can play out the fantasy she needs, and someone who will not hurt her.
Drake has been in love with Tania for years and when she propositions him with sex, no strings attached, he knows he is the man for the job. As he gives her what she needs, being slow and gentle or hard and rough when needed, he can't keep his love buried.
Beg Me is the second rape fantasy book I have read recently (the other being Willing Victim by Cara McKenna) but the difference in this book is that the heroine loves rape fantasy, but unfortunately gets raped. And I think Shiloh Walker does an excellent job describing the horrific incident and struggle Tania has gone through, yet still keeps the book very sexy and romantic.
Although Tania likes rough sex and rape fantasy, and she knows she needs to get back to that point in her sex life to move on from the actual rape, there is also a very fine line Drake has to walk so he doesn't push her too hard too fast. Once Drake gets a feel for how much Tania can handle..Read more ›
The heroine does like it raunchy with some dirty talk like 'hot bi***' and 'dirty slut.' I love this. I also love the bondage and domination both characters are into. Even the heroine's recent traumatic past didn't upset me, at least not in a bad way. I was prepared to feel sympathetic toward her. So why didn't I like this book then?
Despite having all the above elements going for it, this story was just flat to me, very one dimensional. It's a pale imitation of every good/great story with the same themes. Yes, some parts of it were sexy, but the story was so deficient in other areas.
I didn't dislike the heroine but I also wasn't that into her at first. Then she became unlikeable to me. The way she treated the hero, by making him do something he really felt sick at heart about; that just really ticked me off. So given what she's been through, this justifies her right to tear him up inside in order to make herself feel better? Sure, she wants to take back her sex life, but the disregard she showed him annoyed me. The man would do anything for her, and she asks him to do the unbearable. The guy's practically sick to his stomach, but it's ok as long as it makes her feel better? The h comes across as weak and selfish.
Other parts of the story were just as annoying: the overdrawn mother-in-law character, the h's absolutely ineffective confrontation with MIL, the H's watered-down manhood (I mean, the h virtually turned him into a punching bag for someone else's transgressions), the poor editing, and the overall unsatisfactory storytelling.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Couldn't put it down it sucks u in I loved this book I wanted more I didn't want to stop readingPublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
Loved this book! Great storyline and characters! A beautiful love story with a wonderful ending! Shiloh walker is an incredible author!Published 18 months ago by Tara
For a quick, short novella, this story covered a lot of territory. The result, was an intense and emotional read without any dull moments. Read morePublished on May 24, 2014 by C. Rushing
The writing was so bad it made it hard to even get turned on by the sex scenes. Missing words, incorrect wordsPublished on December 20, 2013 by Jaime Lake
While this book did a good job of giving an inside look to some rather touchy issues, the kindle version bothered me. Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Love her books! Keep in mind that the hero has loved the heroine for years. Very hot! Believable hea endingPublished on March 13, 2013 by kack1004
I read this novella as part of the Bound Temptations anthology but this review just includes my thoughts on Beg Me:
Now, I'll admit that if I'd realised the contents of... Read more
In BEG ME, Tania is dealing with the loss of her husband when his twin brother commits the ultimate act of betrayal. Now, she is still trying to cope with the loss of... Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by Paige Prince
I liked the story, but find a new editor! There were just too many mistakes and unfinished sentences for me to enjoy.Published on June 7, 2012 by K. Gray