#Review ~ Wanting My Stepsister by Alexa Riley

Posted January 18, 2017 by Michelle in Review / 5 Comments

I received this book for free from Kindle Unlimited in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
#Review ~ Wanting My Stepsister by Alexa RileyWanting My Stepsister by Alexa Riley
on November 13th 2016
Genres: 18+, Erotica, Sexual Content, Step-sibling, Taboo
Pages: 125
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Goodreads
two-half-stars

Libby Moore is trying to figure out what to do with her life. She has graduated high school, but there’s only one thing she’s ever truly wanted in life…the one thing she can’t have…her stepbrother, Jasper.
Jasper Lewis tried to get away from the one person he shouldn’t want. But moving only a couple of miles away was a pitiful effort, and he’s tired of resisting what he wants. He’s coming back to claim what’s been his since day one, no matter what the consequences.
This taboo love is so dirty, so wrong, and your lady business is gonna thank you!
Warning: It’s okay if you like it, because this is a judgment-free zone. But these two are about to get it on like their dad may walk in at any moment. Enjoy!!

This started off pretty good then half way through it took a major left turn and I was totally confused. Libby has loved her stepbrother since they meet and Jasper has felt the same way. For years they have denied their feelings for each other but now they can’t seem to keep their hands off each other and they don’t care.

I was good when this started. I lot of tension and protectiveness that makes you feel like Jasper was a great protective guy. I liked how much he loved her and how much she loved him. I honestly didn’t realize until the half way point how awkward the relationship was. It was creepy possessive, like in the middle of him realizing they both liked each other he started calling her baby girl and while fooling around he asked who’s your daddy now? I’m sorry…what? Plus they were both virgins but he seemed to have a lot more experience than a virgin would. It was an unhealthy possession of her and she didn’t seem to mind at all. When they finally had sex all he wanted was to get her pregnant….Did I miss something? All he talked about was planting his seed and getting her pregnant. I was so confused. The last half totally spiraled out of control and I just sort of didn’t understand what I was reading and rolled my eyes more often than I had wanted.

I didn’t like the possessiveness he had over her and it wasn’t romantic. Every time he told people, she’s mine like she was a dog, I wanted to punch him. The sex wasn’t bad and when the parents found out I was even more confused. Overall, it was ok, not my favorite stepbrother/sister book.

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5 responses to “#Review ~ Wanting My Stepsister by Alexa Riley

    • Like that was all he talked about, it was no love, not even close. It was creepy and what bothered me was that she didn’t seem to mind. The parents reaction was like WHAT?!!

    • It was creepier since they were sort of related. That would make a great bookish top ten lol. Might have to start paying more attention in books 🙂