His to Possess

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His to Possess

Jessica is looking for a new job in the big city. She thought she saw her ex while she was having coffee; however it was someone who looked just like hm. After she had a one night stand with that specific man, she learned that he is her new boss. They both agree to keep their professional life and personal life as separate as they can because she does not what to lose her job or get special treatment because of it.

Dane was attracted to Jessica from the very moment he saw her. He didn’t want to let her go so he made sure she was hired and as close to him as possible. She was the perfect person to be his personal assistant. He also learned that she liked to be dominated and ordered to do things. He was the one who suggested they still see each other and keep their personal life separated from work.

As they got to know each other and spent more and more time together their feeling for each other changed. Instead of just scratching and itch between them they started falling in love with each other. Then a huge twists happens that I can’t tell you about.

In the end Dane and Jessica get together.

I am curious if the author will write about Rafe and his story. That one I cannot wait to read.

I have loved this author form the beginning. I give this book four stars for being amazingly written. She makes you fall in love with her characters from the very first chapter. I would be gravely disappointed if she ever stopped writing.

Book Blurb for His to Possess

While attending a job fair, Jessica can't help but notice the tall, dark, and handsome stranger across the conference lobby. Especially since he bears a striking resemblance to her ex, the man who broke her heart when he couldn't support her dreams. Deciding to take a chance, Jessica invites Dane back to her bed for one night of hot, no strings attached sex in a last effort to finally get over her heartbreak. However, in Opal Carew's His to Possess, when the night's over they find that sometimes a casual fling doesn't end the next morning.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2014 5.00