Jackson Steele and Sylvia Brooks are back in the powerful finale of a provocative, sizzling-hot new erotic trilogy set in the world of J. Kenner’s beloved Stark novels: Release Me, Claim Me, and Complete Me.
Kenner's red-hot and angsty third Stark International erotic thriller (after On My Knees) further develops the kinky romance between series protagonists Jackson Steele, an arrogant architect, and Sylvia Brooks, a dynamic executive; it can be read as a standalone novel without confusion. Sylvia was abused by a Hollywood star as a child, and as the story begins, her tormentor, Robert Cabot Reed, has been brutally murdered. The main suspect is Sylvia's boyfriend, Jackson. He's been thrown a few curveballs of his own lately, including trying to get custody of Ronnie, a daughter he didn't know he had until recently. Sylvia knows Jackson would do anything to protect her and Ronnie from harm. But does that include murder? Kenner keeps readers guessing about who was responsible for Reed's death until the very end, punctuating the story with hot and explicit sex scenes, questions about who's trying to destroy the resort project that could make Sylvia's career, and a red herring or two.
While done trilogy, must read
The series did not come close to 50 shades of Grey. It was predictable, and charging 1199 for the last book was ridiculous. I did buy it to see the ending but I would never buy another one of your books. If that’s how you have to get the money.You should really just write a book without trying to compare it to someone else. Disappointing drag out. To predictable, you knew the father killed him. The drama about the girl I want to take care of his daughter was ridiculous. It made her sound so selfish
Totally loved this book, it was a great ride with all the ups and downs the twist and turns I couldn't put this book down