First published as a six-part erotic serial, His to Possess is the intoxicating tale of a woman torn between a dominant billionaire and a tattooed, bad boy rock musician. Now available for the first time as a complete book, this edition features sizzling new bonus material.Read more...
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First published as a six-part erotic serial, His to Possess is the intoxicating tale of a woman torn between a dominant billionaire and a tattooed, bad boy rock musician. Now available for the first time as a complete book, this edition features sizzling new bonus material.
Jessica's life was in ruins until she met "him."
Standing in the rain feeling lost in a new city, with no job and no prospects, she's about to give up. Until Dane Rainier pulls up in his limo and offers her a ride and sweeps her into the life of her dreams. Now she has a high-powered job and is having the best sex of her life, exploring her submissive side under the masterful hand of a gorgeous billionaire.
But there's a part of her that's still holding back. Because the truth is, she's never gotten over her ex-boyfriend Storm. A heavily muscled, motorcycle-riding rock musician, Storm couldn't be any more different from Dane and she just can't get him out of her head.
Now Storm is about to reappear and turn her whole world upside down. Both Dane and Storm make her body burn to be possessed, but will her indecisive heart cost her the love of both men?"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-04-06
- Reviewer: Staff
Californian Jessica Long is starting over in Philadelphia after her rocker boyfriend, Storm, abruptly left her. She’s caught off guard when she thinks she sees Storm near her new home, but when the man turns around he’s a handsome stranger, who introduces himself as Dane Ranier. Determined to forget her ex, Jessica allows herself to be seduced by Dane’s dominating charm in an anonymous hotel room. After she agrees to work for him, it doesn’t take her long to throw off her qualms about interoffice romance. Fans of Carew’s sultry novels (Insatiable) may think this a tame set up until Storm re-enters the picture, resolved to get Jessica back. He even agrees to participate in a ménage with Dane to prove his devotion. While Carew devotes most of the book to these and other erotic encounters, her plot-building is skilled enough that the reader cares about the eventual resolutions of all three sides of the relationship triangle. (Mar.)