✱✱Book Review✱✱ Blog Tour: Buck Up, Buttercup by Anna Alkire

Buck Up, Buttercup Anna Alkire Publication date: June 30th 2022 Genres: Comedy, Contemporary, New Adult, Romance All’s fair in love ...

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

✱✱Audio Book Review✱✱ Beg Me by Jennifer Probst

Beg Me
The Steele Brothers Series, Book 4
By: Jennifer Probst
Narrated by: Matthew Williamson

Remington Steele comes to Vegas to be with his brothers and try to get over the one woman he's never been able to forget. As childhood sweethearts, she hadn't been able to handle his dominant tendencies, choosing to run away without a good-bye. But when he's suddenly face-to- face with Cara Winters, all grown up and finally ready to be his, Remington needs to make his own choice. To leave the past behind forever, or forgive and be with the woman he's always loved?

Cara wasn't ready to be the type of woman Remington needed in his life, so she disappeared and broke his heart. But she's changed, and is ready to embrace the woman she always craved to be. She begs him to take her for one night, and Remington finally agrees. Will they get a second chance at love, or are the scars from their past too deep to heal?

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Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Hot, hot, hot! This whole series has been sexy, and I really didn't think Jennifer Probst could get hotter than Dare Me, the third book in the series - But, she did. Rem and Cara generate enough heat to melt your phone, especially when combined with Matthew Williamson's oh, so sexy voice. This book, like its predecessors, is a novella-length listen, but Probst excels at packing a lot of story into each couple's book. Beg Me gives us a second chance romance for this pair, and I love that it's not in the standard form of so many second chance love stories out there right now. Rem is such a good guy, and it was refreshing to find a story in this trope where the guy isn't struggling to make amends. Nope, the roles are reversed here, and we get to see some of the growth that these characters have gone through on their way back to each other. I'll stop there before I give the whole story away, and just leave it at once again Jennifer Probst's story-telling and Matthew Williamson's voice have come together for a story so good you won't be able to hit that pause button. 

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