NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
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.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Perfect story.. in my eyes 🤓
This is a reread for me.. I was pulled to Damien and Nikki’s story. I needed the reread to get back to why I love reading. The words are written beautifully, sensually and so dang good! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Loved this book.
There is a difference between fantasy and being violated. Fantasy is where you can dream of your being with your love and magical things happen. But then there is this story when you have a man who violates his girlfriend because he has angry issues. Then he's like Oh Nikki I'm so sorry and she acts like that why I'm here for you to use me. What! women are back in the days of being dug by their hair to the caves to be raped. Plus it's the same book over and over ...there is only about ten pages that isn't about them having sex. Sorry I love sex and fantasy but not when women are violated.