ARC Review: More Than Need You by Shayla Black

 

More Than Need You

Shayla Black

More Than Words Series, Book 3

 

 

 

I’m Griffin Reed—cutthroat entrepreneur and competitive bastard. Trust is a four-letter word and everyone is disposable…except Britta Stone. Three years ago, she was my everything before I stupidly threw her away. I thought I’d paid for my sin in misery—until I learned we have a son. Finding out she’s engaged to a bore who’s rushing her to the altar pisses me off even more. I intend to win her back and raise our boy. I’ll have to get ruthless, of course. Luckily, that’s one of my most singular talents.

Sixty days. That’s what I’m asking the gritty, independent single mother to give me—twenty-four/seven. Under my roof. And if I have my way, in my bed. Britta says she wants nothing to do with me. But her body language and passionate kisses make her a liar. Now all I have to do is coax her into surrendering to the old magic between us. Once I have her right where I want her, I’ll do whatever it takes to prove I more than need her.

 

 

 

5 Stars

More Than Need You is raw and almost too real. This is not a book you read, you feel it. There is no denying the love Britta and Griff still have for one another. The hurt they placed upon each other is soul deep. Emotions felt by Griff and Britta are so vividly and beautifully delivered, the reader can’t help but to experience the rawness, determination and passion.  
I honestly don’t think I can’t find words to do justice to More Than Need You. Griff and Britta’s journey is intensely heavy, emotional and sexy. I loved the vulnerability and healing. The way Ms. Black weaved emotions through music was not only equine, it added intimate moments with the characters and the story itself.  
More Than Need You, the second book of the More Than Words Series broke my heart and put it back together. I don’t know what Shayla Black has done but I hope it never stops. 
A copy of this title was provided for a voluntary review. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on June 15, 2017, in ARC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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