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After years of struggling to make a living at writing, Yves Santiago finally has a contract to publish her blog The Lust Diaries with Leaf Press, the most prestigious literary publishing house in Philadelphia. She owes all of that to Elijah Weinstein, a man who genuinely respects her hustle and her intellect.Yves would be the first to admit that she has a knack for fallingAfter years of struggling to make a living at writing, Yves Santiago finally has a contract to publish her blog The Lust Diaries with Leaf Press, the most prestigious literary publishing house in Philadelphia. She owes all of that to Elijah Weinstein, a man who genuinely respects her hustle and her intellect.Yves would be the first to admit that she has a knack for falling for the wrong guy, but Elijah is wrong in all the right ways. The kinky, pretty boy and his filthy, delicious mouth has burrowed his way under her skin and she isn’t sure how or if she wants to get him out. All of it seems a little too good to be true.As Yves begins to explore her submissive and kinky tendencies and their affections for each other become more intense, she fears that she is falling into old patterns, losing herself in him.Elijah keeps pushing her boundaries, making her want and feel things she isn't ready for, but when they come right up to his limits will he be brave enough to let her in?...

Title : Everything She Never Wanted
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ISBN : 9781512265088
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 266 Pages
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Everything She Never Wanted Reviews

  • Madhuri Pavamani
    2019-02-16 10:05

    Tasha L. Harrison packs quite a bit of sexy into EVERYTHING SHE NEVER WANTED, book two of The Lust Diaries, including friendship, reruns, hot sex, and old hurts. It’s a lot of ground to cover but she handles the task with the same fresh attitude and dirty sexy mouth I fell for in the first book of The Lust Diaries, IN HER CLOSET.Back again are writer Yves Santiago and editor Elijah Weinstein, working together on publishing Yves’ new book and testing the limits of their budding relationship, both emotionally and sexually. These two are sexy as ever, but I also found it nerve-wracking to read their exploits this time around, maybe because I “know” them already and fear for their every. bad. move. Because hot damn, they make a million of them.Tasha did a great job of making me fall in love with Yves in book one, then turned around and made me find her her annoying and childish in book two. I’m not sure this was purposeful, but I found the deconstruction of Yves quite impressive. Gone was the smart, brash, ballsy woman I met in book one and in her place was a hesitant, self-conscious, sometimes foolish woman in book two. Interestingly, the regression didn’t make me dislike Yves at all – a testament to Tasha’s writing prowess and stellar character development – but rather, I look forward to book three and the (hopeful) reclamation of Yves’ original self.And who had a hand in this back-peddling transformation of Yves? Her lover and editor, Elijah, that sexy, smart, BDSM enthusiast who pushes Yves’ limits again and again, oftentimes too far and with unfortunate repercussions. I’ll admit, his tests of her sexual appetite make for some of the hottest sex scenes in the book – think threesomes, think girl-on-girl – written with Tasha’s skillful, intelligent, filthy hand, but ultimately left me wondering where such risky, impulsive behavior would lead the couple.Add both Yves’ and Elijah’s old flames to this mix and you just know this won’t end well.But you know what? When you close the cover on EVERYTHING SHE DIDN’T WANT, you’ll be fiending for book three of The Lust Diaries and hot damn if that doesn’t end well for Tasha and her sexy book.

  • jericho
    2019-02-05 10:13

    3.5I could've did away with Eli calling Julian '[Yves'] little sweet boy'. I'm never going to be comfortable with a white man referring to a Black man that way. Other than that, I enjoyed this one more than the first book.

  • Dympna Mahon
    2019-02-05 14:03

    After years of struggling to make a living at writing, Yves Santiago finally has a contract to publish her blog The Lust Diaries with Leaf Press, the most prestigious literary publishing house in Philadelphia. She owes all of that to Elijah Weinstein, a man who genuinely respects her hustle and her intellect.Yves would be the first to admit that she has a knack for falling for the wrong guy, but Elijah is wrong in all the right ways. The kinky, pretty boy and his filthy, delicious mouth has burrowed his way under her skin and she isn’t sure how or if she wants to get him out. All of it seems a little too good to be true.As Yves begins to explore her submissive and kinky tendencies and their affections for each other become more intense, she fears that she is falling into old patterns, losing herself in him.Elijah keeps pushing her boundaries, making her want and feel things she isn't ready for, but when they come right up to his limits will he be brave enough to let her in?I loved everything about this book and am looking forward as to seeing what happens in book 3! Tasha L. Harrison has done a fantastic job on books one and two of this trilogy..