Blog Tour: MAKE YOU BEG by Shantel Tessier
“Deliciously dark, steamy, and full of suspenseful twists and turns, this book kept me up ALL NIGHT. ” Siobhan Davis. USA Today bestselling author
Make You Beg, a dark bully romance standalone from bestselling author Shantel Tessier is available now!
Make You Beg: A Dark Bully Romance was previously published in the Bully Me: Class of 2020 Anthology but has now been reworked and expanded into a new full-length story.
I look out my passenger window and spot the four guys I want to avoid for the rest of my life. The Grim Reapers. AKA Reapers.
Each one of their cars is backed in, side by side, in the front row. They’re all the same color--flat black with blacked-out windows and wheels to match--intimidating just like them.
All four gather around Ryan Scout’s Bugatti Chiron. Girls crowd around them as though they’re all members of a rock band, and they have to suck their dicks to get backstage. One even stands between Dax’s parted legs, and he’s got his hands on her hip.
Fear sets into my bones like the weight of an anchor sinking in the ocean, pulling me down once again. I grip the steering wheel and drop my head. Closing my eyes, I take a deep breath, trying to calm myself. “I can do this,” I chant.
Henley has history with the Reapers, her relationships with Scout, Law, Rellik and Monroe are a little wild for sure, and between the boys, there is a connection that runs deep. All that changes when things go south and fingers are pointed kicking off one heck of a game of cat and mouse only there are 4 cats that want to play.
Henley's shown that she's not only resilient but scrappy too. She rises to each of the challenges that are put in front of her, though some take more of a toll.
The boys have a sort of brotherhood, they're all from the founding families which gives them a sense of being untouchable, but if I've learned anything it's that things aren't always what they seem.
I'm hoping we'll get to see more from the Reapers, I'd love to get a deeper look at Rellik.
So, so much happens in this book. But I feel if I mention certain parts of what I either liked or didn’t like I would give away some of the storyline and honestly it is best as a reader you just go in blind and hold on for the ride.
What I will say is that Henley is one bada$$ girl. She is so resilient and is so much stronger than women twice her age. My heart broke for her so many times but by the end of the story I honestly wanted to give her a standing ovation. Then we have the Reapers. Underneath their entitled gruff exteriors the four at the end of the book showed they all had hearts of gold. Even though their lives were so intertwined I would love to read more books about the Reapers. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.