Review: Anything for Him by Natalie Dae and Lily Harlem

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Review: Anything for Him by Natalie Dae and Lily Harlem

I prefer to chase the news, not be the news. But when the delectable Liuz, with his uncannily accurate perception of my secret desires weaved its way into my life, it wasn’t long before I was in way too deep, submerged and intoxicated with a passion I was afraid was more than I could handle.

Or was it? Because although my heart was overwhelmed with feelings I had no resistance against, and while my deceitful body was consumed by a burning passion, I still had a plan. A plan I prayed would keep me afloat as I was pushed to the very edge of my limits, while the journey got tougher than even my wildest flights of fantasy could have imagined.

I claimed him and I felt that he was rightfully mine. My heart simply couldn’t beat without a permanent connection between our hearts, minds and bodies. Losing was not an option, not when my sanity depended on winning him.

Because I would, quite literally, do anything for him.

Title: Anything for Him
Author: Lily Harlem, Natalie Dae
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Published by Mischief Books
Source: Author
Published: December 20, 2012
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 175
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: two-stars
Flames: five-flames
#NotChilled

Lies, lust, and obsession are an explosive combination in Anything for Him by Natalie Dae and Lily Harlem.

From the beginning, Dae and Harlem create two interesting characters, Hannah and Luiz, who are exploring their dark, kinky sexual fantasies via e-mail. After communicating for a while, they decide that it is time to meet each other and act out these fantasies. At this point, Hannah’s character changes from a woman wanting to explore her kinky side to a woman so obsessed with Luiz that she turns into a stalker, trying to see him before they arrange a meeting time. This dramatic change in Hannah left me stunned and disheartened by her actions. Meanwhile, the authors introduce us to Luiz, who misrepresented himself to Hannah and is a criminal to boot, making him a very difficult to like. Hannah and Luiz’s initial sex scene is incredibly hot with its light elements of BDSM play, including ropes and blindfolds. Their later sexual encounters are dark, dirty, and difficult to read because of the deceptions by both characters.

As this story progressed, I hoped that the authors would redeem these characters with some kind of realization that their actions were hurtful and destructive, so their union would mean something. In the end, the reader is left with two unlikeable characters who do unthinkable things to each other with little or no remorse, making this a book that was difficult to read, let alone enjoy.

I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

RB Lori

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