Beneath Conrad "Beast" Beeston III's fierce, intense gaze, his brooding temperament, his knuckles scarred from fighting, lurks a wild man, his strong, broad back darkly inked with his own hard truths.
He only has one mode, and "Beast" is it. He ripped through Tilly's life, tearing it to shreds, and then he was gone, giving a stiff middle finger to a life of entitlement. He left her like he leaves them all - with little more than a broken heart. But for Tilly, there was one more thing.
He left her with an unbearable secret she's been forced to keep for years.
Tilly's privileged life, after her recent graduation from Mt. Holyoke, has come to a screeching halt under tragic circumstances. Had she really believed she'd never see her Devil Dog stepbrother again?
Now he's coming home - and she's forced to face his cocky smirk and arrogant swagger, to look once again into the eyes of the monster who left her.
Forced to confront him, what she sees is a raw, broken, tortured man who just might be the only person she knows keeping even bigger secrets than she is.
Worse, she still wants him. Even if it means breaking everything in her life wide open - even if it means unleashing the Beast.
©2015 Selena Kitt (P)2015 Selena Kitt
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This book just drags and drags on and on with nothing interesting happening. I cant even finish it. If you want a much better stepbrother story try Stepbrother Dearest.
The main female(Tilly) who supposedly was a University Grad, had the brain power of a door knob.
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The super stud ex-marines had girl voices. Not very convincing.
Story concept of book was okay, but the character "Tilly" ruined it all.
I'm not getting the story line for this book. Just a whole bunch of BDSM. It's not the fact that he's a stepbrother but everything else around it. Just not my type of reading. I couldn't even finish it.
A mother, wife, sister and good friend who enjoys the simple things in life. Country music is my preference and the beach is my escape (other then my books). LOL!
Loved the story but, the narrator was not good for this book. And, could have used dual pov.
Probably will not listen to it again. Although this is a very good, engaging, thought-provoking story, the narration really needed to be checked-over or "proofed" before being released to the public. I may just be overly-picky, but I really expect a narrator to properly pronounce words according to the context. For example, "bow" as in the bow of a ship is not the same as "bow" as in rainbow. The narrator mispronounced so many basic words that it was very jarring and really distracted from the rest of the story.
I loved this story line because it was different! So many times I found myself screaming at Tilly. She was so naive it was almost unbelievable. I am not sure someone with that type of an education would be that naive BUT i still loved the book.
The story was pretty ok but the young lady narrating sounded kind of young to me. I couldn't get into the story as much because she sounded like she was 16yr old.
Every characters sounded the same. When I'm listening to a story the voice,sounds and tones make a big difference. Ultimately a male and female voice would have been great for this one but if it would have been a narrator who could have done both voices that would have been fine to.
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