Make Me Desperate by Beth Kery

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Make Me
Beth Kery
Romance, contemporary, erotic
InterMix
April 26, 2016
Kindle
92

Jacob’s addiction to Harper is putting his life’s work at risk, but he can’t deny himself the pleasure he feels when he’s with her. Even when her seeming refusal to acknowledge their past connection makes him doubt her true intentions, he finds himself pushing their affair further, insisting Harper submit to their attraction, even in the most compromising of circumstances.

As their encounters become even more lavish, daring, and intimate, Harper aches to break down the walls around Jacob’s heart. But she fears his secrets conceal a dark side she’s not ready to face. When he suggests a weekend in San Francisco together, she accepts despite her doubts about getting involved with such a guarded, powerful man. There's something about him that keeps her coming back for more. He claims he's obsessed, but she is every bit as compelled..

Are we there yet????????

Make Me Desperate is book four in the Make Me series.  This series is really a soap opera for the Kindle.  From the beginning I have wondered how I would like reading a series like this, breaking a novel up into sections for individual release.  To be honest I’m really not a fan.  I am intrigued by the backstory of Harper and Jacob, which is the only thing that keeps me coming back.  I probably would not pay $16 for this novel as a whole, but they have figured that $1.99 for each installment doesn’t seem like much.  If you are going to read this book you need to start with book one, Make Me Forget, to be able to follow the story line. make me forget

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The story continues to explore the developing relationship between Harper and Jacob while continuing to reveal the encounter that brought them together years before.  An encounter that Harper doesn’t remember and Jacob cannot forget. Be forewarned, Make Me Desperate has some very erotic moments with the use of bondage and dominance.  The story really does not need this and it since I’m not used to reading these kinds of novels it made me a little uncomfortable. I will see this story to the end, because I do want to know what happened between them and if Harper will ever remember it.

For more information about Beth Kery or the Make Me Series visit her at www.bethkery.com or on facebook.com/beth.kery.

 

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