Review: Because I Am Yours by Beth Kery

Because I Am Yours (Because You Are Mine, #8)Title: Because I Am Yours
Author:  Beth Kery
Series: Because You Are Mine
Publisher:  Berkley InterMix
Format: ebook
Genre: Erotica
Release date: September 18th 2012
Number of pages: 53

From the moment Ian and Francesca first met, the attraction was mutual—a purely, exquisitely physical charge that ignited between them. It couldn’t be ignored—only indulged, evolving into a bond of pleasurable subjugation. But Francesca’s open sensuality left her wanting more. Getting it from a man as mysterious and resolute as Ian was a challenge she never anticipated.
Francesca knows there’s only one way for them to move forward–to follow Ian to London and show him that she doesn’t want him to suffer alone. But when Ian’s past and inner torment is revealed, he experiences a nearly unbearable volcanic mix of emotions for the woman who has dared to love him, despite his inner demons. After exposing Francesca to the limits of his anguish, he wonders if he’s lost her forever. Can he bend enough to compromise to true intimacy…and something called love?


It’s over and these were the last two chapters. I didn’t see much difference in Ian from the beginning, but I liked how Francesca managed to change and become more sure of herself during the book. The relationship was good for her and made her understand more about her needs and how to get what she desires.
Ian was the same. Still hiding in the glass and pushing people from his life. Couldn’t trust Francesca, even when she said the four letters word with the big L. He’s a great Dom, but I don’t think he’s good yet for a long term relationship, needs to learn and trust people.


#1 – Because You Are Mine
#2 – Because I could not resist
#3 – Because You Haunt Me
#4 –
Because You Must Learn
#5 – Because I said So
#6 – Because You Torment Me

#7 – Because I need to
#8 – Because I Am Yours

This is all on book that the publisher decided to divide in short novellas of two chapters, but I wanted to make short reviews of these novellas because I read them separately, one each week. Usually on release day.


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