Review: Beg Me by Jennifer Probst (Steele Brothers #4)

Note: This ARC was provided by InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.

Remington Steele and Cara Winters were once very much in love and shared their lives together. And then she left him nothing but a note before she disappeared from his life completely. Five years later, they unexpectedly find each other again when FANTA-C, a matchmaking service, pairs them together for one night. Cara wants nothing more than to prove to the only man she's ever loved that she's now ready to be the submissive that he deserves. However, Rem's heart has never healed from Cara's abandonment, but he's going to give her exactly what she wants and leave when their time together is over. They're still as perfectly in sync as ever, and Cara begs Rem for forgiveness and a chance to start over. Rem is hesitant, even when Cara insists that she's okay with them being friends...until Rem decides it's time to claim Cara.

Beg Me is the fourth and final novella in author Jennifer Probst's steamy erotic romance series, Steele Brothers. This was not part of the original 2012 set of three books and with the new expanded versions of those first three stories, youngest brother Remington Steele has been added and he gets a second chance romance with his ex-girlfriend Cara Winters. One of the things I liked best about their story was that it was Cara who left Rem five years ago and their reaction to one another when they meet in the hotel suite reflected the lingering feelings of guilt and hurt--on her part and his, respectively. I was a tad surprised at the feelings that Rem did have once he learned the truth about Cara's decision to leave him. Short but with good story and cast and all the other couples from this sexy series, Beg Me is a four-starred series ender. ♥

Release Date: 17 November 2015

Date Read: 19 November 2015

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