My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: Beg Me
Author: Gisele St. Clair
When I heard that Gisele St. Clair's newest novel, Beg Me, was taboo'd and dark, I was all in for it, expecting the best and the worst of what a combination of these two styles. Maybe I should have went in expecting nothing, or maybe not have as high hopes. That is not to say that I didn't think Beg Me was interesting or a story that shouldn't be read. On the contrary, many parts made me go 'holy crap, I didn't see that coming!' It's the story about Raegan, a 19 year old girl who lost both her parents to a car accident almost two years ago and has been relying on her brother's (step brother, no blood relations) 'generosity' to keep her taken care of. She had been happy to help him, until the night that he sells her virginity for a business proposition, to Lucas.
While it wasn't my favourite book, there were still many aspects that made me more than a little curious to find out what Gisele St. Clair has to offer, and for that, I'll be looking forward to her next novels in the future.
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