Beg For It

Beg For It

by Megan Hart

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ISBN-13: 9781940078342
Publisher: Chaos
Publication date: 03/01/2017
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

When she was in third grade, Megan Hart fell in love for the first time. Not with a boy (that would wait until fourth grade), but with a story. Homecoming by Ray Bradbury leaped out at her from the pages of a library book, and she tumbled head over heels. In the dark ages, before the days of photocopiers, the only way for her to keep a copy of this story was to copy it out by hand so she could read it over and over again. Something funny happened, though, as she carefully printed it on lined notebook paper.

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Beg for It 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
(3.75 stars) I enjoyed Corinne and Reese’s story quite a bit. I loved the fact that Corinne was the dominant one. I haven’t read many, if any books like that before. While she was in charge in the bedroom, it wasn’t degrading, and I loved her nicknames for Reese. Corinne and Reese were lovers over 15 years ago. The reason for their breakup is unknown to the reader for most of the book. Fast forward through two children and a divorce and Corinne comes face to face with Reese when he shows interest in buying out the company she works for. I liked both characters, strong in their own ways and their dynamic together was great. My only complaint is that the ending was very abrupt and on top of that there was no epilogue. I was left wanting….wanting to see a glimpse a few years down the road.
CoffeeBreakandaGoodBook More than 1 year ago
Corinne and Reese were involved years ago. It was a Dom/sub relationship that ended badly, but she never forgot about “her boy” in all the years she was living her life. Until the company she works for is bought by a new owner who happens to be Reese, her boy. Reese has changed over the years and he is nothing like the boy she remembers. But, she can’t but feel a pull to the man he has become. Ms. Hart manages to tell a fantastic story while creating a hot and steamy Dom/sub tale. While many authors usually portray the man as the Dom, it was refreshing to see the tables turned and have Corinne as the Dom in this story. While I found some of the details of this story difficult to read because of personal reasons, I enjoyed it nonetheless and was entertained. My attention to the story never wavered, even with the way the author went between past and present within the story. It never became confusing nor did it detract from the rest of the book. The twists and turns were enough to keep things fresh and different from many other erotic romance stories. I definitely recommend this story to any reader that enjoys reuniting lovers, a strong heroine, and has time to read it from cover to cover in one sitting. *Copy provided for review.