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Thursday, March 24, 2016

ARC Review: Asking For More by Lilah Pace

Asking for More is the third story in the Asking for It series by Lilah Pace. This novella continues Jonah and Vivienne's story and should be read in order. While it was nice to get more of these characters, this novella was very short at just five chapters, and honestly I am not really sure what the point was here. While I have loved this series and was excited for more of the characters, there wasn't really much progress here or that happened besides a rehash of the previous books and more of the same when it came to Jonah and his issues. 

This novella starts out with Jonah and Vivenne together and continuing their play. They have both embraced their desires, even if they don't like it. After a play session Vivienne gets hurt and Jonah blames himself. Then he receives a call from his sister and finds out that she has trouble of her own. So Jonah and Vivienne head to South America to be there for her. While Jonah and Vivienne continue to deal with their pasts, Vivienne must also wonder if Jonah will ever be able to leave it all behind in order to have a future with her. 

While it was good to see Jonah and Vivienne, as well as the secondary characters, I just felt like this story was nothing but what we have already seen. We got a rehash of everything that these two had been through, and everything new that came up seemed to be a repeat of the issues that they already had. It just didn't seem like there was enough to warrant another story here, and honestly I was really disappointed after reading this one. While there were some hot encounters between these two, it just wasn't necessary and I wish that Lilah Pace would have quit while she was ahead. I highly recommend this series if you can keep an open mind and go into it knowing that this series does deal with rape fantasy. I know it won't be for everyone, but Lilah Pace is a great writer and these two are seriously hot together. But I wouldn't recommend this one at the $1.99 price it is being sold at, when there wasn't really a point here.

**ARC Provided by Publisher**

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