Make Me Yours & Make Me Need by Katee Robert

Wednesday, May 1, 2019


by Katee Robert
Series: Make Me #3
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Adult
Publisher: Harlequin Dare
Publication Date: May 1st 2019
Source: ARC received for review
Star Quotient: ★★★
Kiss Factor: ✷✷✷
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While I don't think these short novellas from Katee Robert are her best works, I've been having fun reading these stories. They are quick, sexy, and are well-written. What more could I ask for? Make Me Yours tells the story of Aaron and Becka. The two meet at Becka's sister's wedding and share a passionate night together. Three months later, Becka shows up on his doorstep announcing her pregnancy. Aaron, being the alpha male that he is, sweeps into her life as he is all in. He wants this baby and he wants Becka and leaves no stone unturned in trying to prove that. Becka though is a little hesitant. She's not used to this sort of attention and she makes the guy truly work by constantly pushing him away. I understood where she was coming from but I thought she was a bit too harsh on him. It was still very sweet of Aaron to not give up though. He was very invested in their happily ever after. The chemistry between the two was smoking. As always, Katee knows how to bring the steam to her books and she's a total pro at it. All in all, Make Me Yours was a quick and steamy read and if you're ever in the mood for a quick introduction to Katee's books, I definitely recommend these short stories.



by Katee Robert 
Series: Make Me #4 
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Adult 
Publisher: Harlequin Dare 
Publication Date: July 1st 2019 
Source: ARC received for review 
Star Quotient: ★★★1/2 
Kiss Factor: ✷✷✷ 

Make Me Need was another short, sweet, and sexy read! These books are a lot of fun and Make Me Need was another fantastic addition. This time we get the story of Trish and Cameron. Trish is a hardworking young woman who has undertaken a position at her brother's firm as she is in desperate need of some money. The only issue is that she has to work with Cameron, her brother's best friend and business partner. Cameron is a renowned awkward grump and Trish is thrown off by him, especially because he isn't a man of many words, but he can definitely destroy you with his eyes. This was very much of an opposites-attract romance and it was entertaining to watch Trish and Cameron dance around each other. The chemistry between them was sizzling and it culminated in some seriously hot sexy-times. Though Cameron remains his surly, grumpy self throughout most of the book, we get to see his more vulnerable side emerge around Trish. She had a way of bringing his emotions to the surface. I liked their pairing a lot as I thought they balanced each other well. I don't read a lot of short stories, but Katee Robert does them well, so if she decides to release more books in this series, I will certainly be reading them.

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