Need (Finding Anna, #2)



Need (Finding Anna, #2) Book 2 Of A 4 Book Series As Brianna Comes To Terms With The Realization That She Is No Longer A Slave, She Must Figure Out What She Wants For Her Life Forgetting Her Past Isn T An Option It Is An Integral Part Of Who She Is Now, And It Will Forever Shape Her View Of Life The One Thing She Knows Is That She Cannot Imagine Her Life Without The Man Who Saved Her, But Can She Be What He Needs Stephan Never Imagined Falling In Love With The Woman He Rescued, But The Thought Of Her No Longer Being Part Of His Life Is Physically Painful The Scars From Her Past Continue To Haunt Her, And He Is Helpless To Stop Them All He Can Do Is Try To Help Her Work Through The Traumas Of Her Past Can He Be Everything She Needs And Help Her Move On The Two Must Figure Out How To Navigate Not Only Their Relationship With Each Other, But Also The Outside World A Friend From Brianna S Past Shows Up Where She Least Expects Them, And Uncle Richard Continues To Enforce His Well Meaning Agenda To Get Brianna Traditional Help As Forces, Both Friend And Foe, Threaten To Tear Them Apart, Stephan And Brianna Have To Navigate The Turbulent Waters And Find What They Need In Each Other.

Sherri spent most of her childhood detesting English class It was one of her least favorite subjects because she never seemed to fit into the standard mold She wasn t good at spelling, or following grammar rules, and outlines made her head spin For that reason, Sherri never imagined becoming an author.At the age of thirty, all of that changed After getting frustrated with the direction a telev Sherri spent most of her childhood detesting English class It was one of her least favorite subjects because she never seemed to fit into the standard mold She wasn t good at spelling, or following grammar rules, and outlines made her head spin For that reason, Sherri never imagined becoming an author.At the age of thirty, all of that changed After getting frustrated with the direction a television show was taking two of its characters, Sherri decided to try her hand at writing an alternate ending, and give the characters their happily ever after By the time the story finished, it was one of the top ten read stories on the site, and her readers were encouraging her to write .Writing has become a creative outlet that allows her to explore a wide range of emotions, while having fun taking her characters through all the twists and turns she can create You can find a current list of all of Sherri s books and sign up for her monthly newsletter at www.sherrihayesauthor.com

<Reading> ➿ Need (Finding Anna, #2)  Author Sherri Hayes – Oldtimertips.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Need (Finding Anna, #2)
  • Sherri Hayes
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 1612130976

10 thoughts on “Need (Finding Anna, #2)

  1. sana °¤° says:

    Lmao I finally decided to finish this 3.5 stars.DNF around 25%This book is slow and requires a lot of patience and I don t have that kind of patience I m bored and waiting for some spicy action to happen...

  2. Candace says:

    This series continues to blow me away The story of Stephan and Brianna is so heartbreakingly beautiful I am completely captivated with this unorthodox love story I dove right into this book after reading book 1 and am already deep into book 3 I wasn t sure how I would respond to this series, since it isn t the usual dark romance erotica I was worried it would be boring or would fail to grab my attention I couldn t have beenwrong I love this s...

  3. ~ Becs ~ says:

    Need is the second instalment in Stephan and Brianna s story with Brianna taking yetbaby steps down the road to recovery.In Slave, Stephan had rescued Brianna from enforced and brutal sexual slavery and taken her to live at his apartment Slowly, through tender loving care from Stephan, she s managed to move on from absolute terror of him to trusting him and feeling safe with him Slave ends with Stephan explaining to Brianna that he bought her to rescue her and that she is free to leave Need is the second instalment in Stephan and Brianna s story with Brianna taking yetbaby steps down the road to recovery.In Slave, Stephan had rescued Brianna from enforced and brutal sexual slavery and taken her to live at his apartment Slowly, through tender loving care from Stephan, she s managed to move on from absolute terror of him to trusting him and feeling safe with him Slave ends with Stephan explaining to Brianna that he bought her to rescue her and that she is free to leave any time she wants but that he would like her to remain and become his submissive We were left with her considering her d...

  4. Michael Dunellen says:

    First off, I have a confession to make My favorite part of the first book was the way that Brianna would kneel when Stephan came into the room and call him Master Like Stephan, I hated how she got to that point and she needed to stop doing it if she was going to make another step toward normalcy, so I am glad that she was no longer doing it butAnyway, enough about meKarl You like a man that hurts you Takes control In the first book, Karl reminded me of Steve Lombard, a character fr First off, I have a confession to make My favorite part of the first book was the way that Brianna would kneel when Stephan came into the room and call him Master Like Stephan, I hated how she got to that point and she needed to stop doing it if she was going to make another step toward n...

  5. Glass says:

    You can find this review on I m a reader, what about you When I saw this two books on NetGalley, I was jumping up and down it s dark, it s on my way too hot shelf, it s D s Whatcould girl wish for on this hot summer days First book in Finding Anna series was published last year I noticed it, thought it sounded interesting and moved on Ne...

  6. Penny says:

    Interesting It is not what I was expecting, but I liked it It is different.I am glad I read this series Very little happens in each book, and yet it evolves The developvent goes slowly and in a monotonous way, but this is a good thing In fact, that sameness, that repetitiveness is what diferenciates it from other books It gives the series its own personality, you come to expect the routine and it is gratifying I can t deny either that I am conflicted morally about the things that go on he Interesting It is not what I was expecting, but I liked it It is different.I am glad I read this series Very little happens in each book, and yet it evolves The developvent goes slowly and in a monotonous way, but this is a good thing In fact, that sameness, that repetitiveness is what diferenciates it from other books It gives the series its own personality, you come to expect the routine a...

  7. Funzee Shu says:

    He was my lifeline, and I was pretty sure he always would be There was no place I felt safer than when he held me in his arms like this Sometimes I just wanted to stay here, in his chair, and never leave The outside world could melt away, and I wouldn t careWhen it came to Stephan, I always felt lost and then found at the same time..His touch make me feel alive.His voice soothing meI need to touch himto feel himI need him like the air.I breathe him to liveAll I wanted was t He was my lifeline, and I was pretty sure he always would be There was no place I felt safer than when he held me in his arms like this Sometimes I just wanted to stay here, in his chair, and never leave The outside world could melt away, and I wouldn t careWhen it came to Stephan, I always felt lost and then found at the same time..His touch make me feel alive.His voice soothing meI need to touch himto feel himI need him like the air.I breathe him to liveAll I wanted was to make him happyHe was everything to me..He was my only calm.I trust himthan anyone elseAnd I d do anything for him.ANYTHING Review possibly contains any spoiler Like the first book, the second book again is deeply consuming With Stephan ...

  8. Elizabeth (Liz) says:

    Review posted at Swept Away By Romance3.5 StarsNeed picks up immediately after Slave ends We are still watching Brianna come to terms with her past and, in my opinion, present imprisonment There is not much I can or would add as a review for Need I would refer you to my review of Slave The story progressed slowly in this second installment as Brianna moved in an achingly gradual manner toward psychological and physical healing I still believe Brianna to be the heart and soul of this seri Review posted at Swept Away By Romance3.5 StarsNeed picks up immediately after Slave ends We are still watching Brianna come to terms with her past and, in my opinion, present imprisonmen...

  9. Chris- Bookaddict says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I am going to do something a little different then I have done before with series I read Book 1 Slave and jumped right into this one without doing a review of Slave first The reason being is I wanted to do one big review of both with everything together in one review So with that said here goes nothing My heart is heavy, My Heart is Broken , My heart is full of happiness How is that possible after what I have just read When I started Slave within the first chapter My heart Broke Fo I am going to do something a little different then I have done before with series I read Book 1 Slave and jumped right into this one without doing a review of Slave first The reason being is I wanted to do one big review of both with everything together in one review So with that said here goes nothing My heart is heav...

  10. Sara says:

    I received this book to review from Netgalley and Smith Publicity The Writer s Coffee Shop Thank you for the opportunityI could be Anna againNeed begins where Slave left off Confused Brianna is told by Stephan that yes, he bought her but she is not his slave That if she wants to leave she canWe get deeper into the story between Stephan and Brianna and their relationship begins to grow and flourish under their new roles Brianna is still unsure who she is but is changing day by da I received this book to review from Netgalley and Smith Publicity The Writer s Coffee Shop Thank you for the opportunityI could be Anna againNeed ...

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