For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You comes the second novel in the erotic, fast-paced trilogy that started with Release Me. This sexy, emotionally charged romance continues the story of Damien Stark, the powerful multimillionaire who’s never had to take “no” for an answer, and Nikki Fairchild, the Southern belle who only says “yes” on her own terms.
For Damien, our obsession is a game. For me, it is fiercely, blindingly, real.
Damien Stark’s need is palpable - his need for pleasure, his need for control, his need for me. Beautiful and brilliant yet tortured at his core, he is in every way my match.
I have agreed to be his alone, and now I want him to be fully mine. I want us to possess each other beyond the sweetest edge of our ecstasy, into the deepest desires of our souls. To let the fire that burns between us consume us both.
But there are dark places within Damien that not even our wildest passion can touch. I yearn to know his secrets, yearn for him to surrender to me as I have surrendered to him. But our troubled pasts will either bind us close...or shatter us completely.
Claim Me is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
©2013 J. Kenner (P)2013 Random House Audio
I think listening to the book allows you to experience the book instead of just reading it.
All of them. But, I suppose Nikki would have to be my favorite. Sophia does a great job with her - you can feel her personality and it is like Nikki really is telling the story instead of someone reading to you.
I have to admit that I did cry and that I laughed often throughout book - enjoying Nikki and Damien's relationship. Also the book is in the erotic section....need I say more?
A great love story and character study. The book satisfies my need for happiness for the main characters without feeling cheesy.
I really wanted to like this book. I enjoyed the first book and thought that it was a little slow but it picked up in the middle. I figured this one would continue but it was so slow and boring that I fell asleep twice while listening. It is nothing more then a bunch of rambling of everyday tasks while waiting for another sex scene. The scenes are not that great either. I ended up skipping to the last two chapters and have no desire to go back and hear the rest. I have returned the book and will not be getting the third.
As with the first book, i was captured from the beginning and cant wait for the next installment.
Give me a Hot Sexy Book, with a good story to listen to, have that "OH MY" sigh, Love most of what I have, but want more. Tell me it ALL!
I'ts worth a credit
Nothing I can remember.. a lot of sexing. lol
First time.. Sofia reads sexual stories well..
Nothing in this books comes to mind.. I just was not impressed
All I could think of was 50 Shades of Gray... Nothing that I would say was outstanding here..
As the last words from book 1 faded away I was eagerly loading this second instalment with no waiting months or forgetting the plot.... just a smooth continuation of Damien and Nikki's story (awesome).
Yes he's gorgeous, sexy, arrogant, demanding and possessive but he's also misjudged, tortured, complex, caring and very very needy for Nikki who is desperately trying to hold on to her job, her sanity and Damien... her rock. As their 'contract' comes to an end they continue their intense obsessive liaison and, as the sizzling chemistry, passion, erotic and romantic times heat up, Damien becomes even more demanding.... but the secrets are there waiting to do their worst on a H/H who are just two damaged kindred spirits. Who can be trusted, who leaked the information to the Press and why? And, as Damien and Nikki have been opening up, sharing and building on trust and hope, will it be cruelly torn away from them by a yet to be discovered enemy.
Worth a credit? This series is building and building and sub plots and characters are being added all the time which makes it a very enjoyable and unpredictable listen. There's even more hot n heavy times in this one and some bad language and dirty phrases too... so if you can stand the heat then it's well worth the credit.
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