Posted by: lushbookreviews | November 29, 2010

Beg Me by Shiloh Walker

I have to say I really enjoyed this book. Not only was this story intense, but it was emotional as well.

Tania Sinclair lost her husband, and she was brutally raped not long afterwords by his brother. The memories of the attack have united with her memories of her late husband. It left her unable to move on in her sexual life. Tania decides to ask her friend, Drake,who happens to be her late husband’s best friend, to help her put the past behind her by having an affair. Tania knows she’ll be safe with Drake and she trusts him to know when to stop.

Drake has always loved Tania. They had been spending a lot of time together since her husband’s death and he is utterly shocked when Tania approaches him about helping her move on. He desires her desperately, and just so happens to enjoy the kind of sexual role-playing she not only wants, but is looking for.

I thought this book was so well done and Shiloh Walker did a good job of showing the issues that can arise. I loved that fact that this was Tania’s personal therapy and she needed to do this to make changes in her life.
The sex scenes have a tense and dangerous edge to them that gets your heart pounding. The plot was fantastic and I absolutely loved the way their feelings were projected through out the story. Their were some strong moments that almost brought me to tears.

Overall, it was a well-written. That the sex was hot and breathtaking. I will for sure read this again. Although some people wont read this because of the rape fantasy, I believe this story was more than that. It’s about taking control of ones life, love, trust and looking forward to the future.


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