His to Possess is all six books of the His to Possess series all rolled up into one.
Out of a job, running low on money, and nursing a broken heart Jessica goes to a neighboring city hoping to find a job so she can start a new life. There she meets Dane Rainier after she mistakes him for her ex-boyfriend Storm. Dane is her port in a storm, literally. While she is standing in the pouring rain and trying to hail a cab, he offers her a ride in his limo to a job fair.
Dane seeks her out to have dinner with her. Sparks immediately fly. Jessica decides Dane is exactly what she needs to get over Storm and decides to take him back to her motel room.
As luck would have it, the job fair yields a job offer for one of the most respectable businesses in the city. Now, just go ahead and take a guess who her boss is. Come on….guess! Yup, predictably, Dane Rainier is now her new boss.
They go through the whole we work together we couldn’t possibly sleep together thing, only to end up having nooners in his office. Things are going well between them until Storm shows up. Storm has decided that Jessica is the jelly to his peanut butter and can’t live without her. Bing, bop, boom, Jessica ends up being in the middle of a love triangle.
I really wanted to like this book more than I did. The characters have their HEA and the book comes to a definite end, which me likey, but it just felt too rushed.
It had all the right ingredients, but it just fell flat for me. The story line was very predictable, the plot didn’t develop at a believable rate, and the characters were kind of flat. I just couldn’t connect with any of them. If you are looking for an easy read with only a dash of angst, then this book is for you.
Becca has a thrilling weekend with a Marine, named Zac, that she meets at her sister’s wedding. They have a great time and part ways. However, Becca is left with a lot more than just steamy memories. Nine months later she is raising a their child alone, as Becca believes that Zac has been killed in the line of duty.
Flash forward seven years later. Becca walks into apartment to find Zac fighting with their so-called nanny. Becca’s world is turned upside down as she is thrown in a world of secret espionage.
Zac has been watching Becca and their son Parker from afar (only slightly creepy). He has secretly been providing for them throughout the years through various avenues; a great apartment that has unbelievably cheap rent, money found in the elevator, winning a car, etc. It was the only way he could provide financially for them without Becca becoming suspicious. He has stayed away to ensure their safety, until he realizes they are in danger and he must save them.
Now, one interesting turn in this book is that Zac has um….supernatural or psychic abilities. He intuition is always spot on and he has out of body experiences during times of extreme stress. It also seems that Parker has inherited some of his dad’s supernatural mojo. At first I was intrigued how this would play out in the story, only to be let down in the end. It went nowhere. Zac has these abilities, only for them to fail fantastically when he needs them the most. Okay. So why even bother if it doesn’t drive or add to the story? In my opinion, the whole psychic thing was a dead end that only detracted from the story.
The lemony scenes were….alright. Becca has a spanking fetish. Since she has no man to speak of, she surfs the internet and lives vicariously through spanking and submission websites/blogs. To feel sexually satisfied she takes matters into her own hands so to speak. How do we, as the reader, know this? Well not dead, psychic, creepy stalker Zac has placed some cameras in her apartment and monitors her “cummings” and goings frequently. That’s just weird. The sex scenes were somewhat awkwardly placed. It almost read as the story was written and the sex scenes were added as an afterthought.
I really wanted to like this book, but it just didn’t do it for me. I give it 2.5 stars.