This was an excellent follow up to book one. I had lukewarm feelings about the first book, but I was intrigued enough to want book 2...well, now I'm completely hooked! This second book serves up great sex (of course), and still has that suspense that book 1 had as the mystery that is Damien Stark unfolds. I enjoyed Nikki and Damien's relationship much more this time and I'm looking forward to listening to Complete Me.
Every time is didn't think it could become less believable it got worse
Not gone completely over the top with Stark's wealth. He practically has a bat cave.
She was fine the story was lacking
The prose is very good at times but I'm no fan of fantasy without a basis in reality.
Will not try the rest of the series
It would be 4 or 5 if it was not something I've heard before.
Not been so much like 50 shades of grey
Yes, it made me go back and reread 50 shades of grey.
I honestly dont know yet
it was more of the same from book one.
dont have any
I'm a sucker for a good drama with a happy ending
No I haven't
The short time in the relationship and they were so committed got me. Not that real life is like this but we can dream!
Sofia Willingham is the best female narrator I have ever experienced on Audible. The sound of her voice is extremely pleasant to listen to, is very seductive, and she has the skills to make the different characters come alive. I would listen to anything she narrates.
The Stark Trilogy is an engaging trio of novels, like long chapters of the same book. You are easily drawn into the characters as voiced by Ms. Willingham, and you are totally seduced by the plot and the hidden secrets that are yet to be revealed. The sex is HOT and steamy, and easily put 50 Shades of Gray to shame by comparison. After the first novel, I felt invested in the fate of these characters and wanted more. The plot has some definite surprises I didn't see coming. It keeps things interesting.
I definitely recommend this series.
I must say, it's not very often that I'm rendered as not being a very pleased listener for what I'm sure should be a good story, especially a trilogy. I anticipated that this trilogy would have been really good, considering it followed "Release Me", which was in and of itself a pretty good book.
However, I was completely disappointed. Not only with the narration, but also with the story line. It was just. Too. Much. All those erotic scenes did not have to be so excessive. In addition, the story line could have been done better. There was no need to have it all drawn out drama. The point was made abundantly clear about the type of person both Damien and Nikki are. So, the extent to which the story went made it past the border of unnecessary extreme.
This trilogy is compared to The Crossfire Series and The Fifty Shades Trilogy, and that aspects of both comes out in this trilogy. I do agree on that platform. There are features from both that comes out in the trilogy. But, that's as far as it goes. The Stark Trilogy is not in the same league as The Crossfire Series and The Fifty Shades Trilogy. Not by a small margin either.
Claim Me had a lot of similar traits to Fifty Shades but it not Fifty Shades The first book out of the series was THE BEST!!!!!! . If you are in to exotic novels this one is a good bet.
The meeting of Mr Stark, a retired tennis tennis
Player, now an Entrapenuer. Remembered the beauty queen...he wanted her in a nude painting, and her. He pays a million dollars. She accepts as she want the money to start her own business. She has a deep secret.....something that would reveal a very painful past . Stark surprises all of us with his reaction...hard to put down. The mystery begins slowly as Stark has a scandalous past comes into scences. Gossip, and trashy newspapers add to the drama.
This book left me ready for the next in the trilogy, I couldn't wait to start the next
Only in these books they preformed good
When Sylvia shows Nikki pics of Damien and her as child the abuse they suffer, yet in the end it works out
Same as in my other review's, some of the sex word's could have been a little more discrete,