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    Fiery characters, hot romance

    Connor and Mack have spent the last three years working together at the Dipper, he as the chef, she at the bar. When they are given the opportunity to open their own restaurant together, they discover that they each have very different ideas of what that restaurant should look like - and neither wants to give in to the other. Sparks fly between them and suddenly, the restaurant is not the only thing between them. Both Connor and Mack draw the reader into their drama. They are explosive together, both stubborn and determined, and both filled with misconceptions about the other. Connor thinks Mack has an ego, is ice cold, and unwilling to compromise. She thinks he is just waiting to leave, has no ambition, and is a man whore. Make Me Beg has a lot going for it: the characters are memorable and the sex scenes are on fire. Watching the two of them stumble into a relationship while also trying to navigate their ideas for their restaurant was enjoyable. Ms. Brooks draws you into Connor and Mack's lives and relationships and you can't help but root for them. However, much of the drama is due to a lack of communication between the two, so much so that sometimes I wondered why the two of them didn't at least attempt to speak to one another about their point of view. Or, if they themselves couldn't sit down and do it, one of their mutual friends could have forced them to communicate with each other. While Mack is both a prideful and private person, that none of their friends know anything about her past left me bemused as it goes a long way to explaining why Mack is who she is. When Connor reaches his breaking point, I was a bit confused as to why he gives up, given what he knows about Mack. Nonetheless, Make Me Beg is a nice romance read with enough heat to satisfy (the lake scene in particular is very memorable!) and characters you can't help but love. 4 Stars.
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    HOT FUN!!

    The sparks start early and the passion quickly catches flame between Mack and Connor. I love the way she knows what she wants and means what she says. Connor has a mouth that's as dirty as his fantasies, but a heart as pure as the driven snow. With Make Me Beg, Rebecca Brooks strikes the match that sets the stage for some real explosive action in and out of the bedroom. Personality meets temptation, with a ton of heart for good measure. HOT FUN!!
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