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Friday, June 26, 2015

Review: On my knees by J. Kenner

On my knees by J. Kenner
Release date: June 23, 2015
Publisher: Bantam
Buy or borrow: buy
Buy here: Amazon BN

Synopsis: Jackson Steele and Sylvia Brooks continue to thrill in the second novel of a scintillating, emotionally charged new trilogy that returns to the world of J. Kenner’s beloved Stark novels: Release Me, Claim Me, and Complete Me.

I never thought I’d lose control, but his desire took me right to the edge. 

Powerful, ambitious, and devastatingly sexy, Jackson Steele was unlike any other man I’d ever known. He went after what he wanted with his whole mind, body, and soul—and I was the woman in his sights. One touch and I surrendered, one night together and I was undone. 

Jackson and I had secrets, dark pieces of our pasts that threatened to swallow us both. We couldn’t outrun our demons, or the people trying to tear us apart. But in our passion we found salvation, and in each other’s arms we found release. 

I was scared to trust Jackson fully, to finally let go. Yet no matter the dangers that lay ahead, I knew I was his—and now that we’ve laid claim, there’s no more holding back. 

On My Knees is intended for mature audiences.

My Thoughts: I've been waiting for this second book since I read the first one back in April. These books are a perfect cross between the  50 shades of grey and the crossfire series.

This book takes us back to Jackson and Sylvie. Both have secrets that they aren't willing to put out there. Jackson is keeping a really big secret from Sylvie. One that could potentially change their relationship forever. Having to deal with the fact that he just told Damien that they were half-brothers and trying to stop a movie from being made, Jackson needs Sylvie more than ever.
Sylvie is dealing with and trying to come to terms with what she did to save her brother. This book has it all, secrets, blackmail and sex scenes that will make you blush. I'm over here salivating for the next one!

Recommendations: Say my name by J. Kenner