Editorial Reviews. Review. “Burning hot” — Sensual Romance, February About the The Possession – Kindle edition by Jaid Black. Download it once and . The Possession by Jaid Black – book cover, description, publication history. Kris Torrence is an anthropology professor who wears glasses, severe suits and lives with 5 cats. She is in danger of withering up because of her lack of a love.

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A Discovery of Witches Deborah Harkness. Can we say repetitive? This is one book where you have to shelve your disbelief while reading it.

The Possession (Possession / Addiction, #1) by Jaid Black

This story of domination and submission is vastly different than Shayla Black’s Wicked Ties. I read it for the sex. Having a reputation for being a sedate, boring professor, nobody at her university job suspects anything when she signs up to work for five days at an exclusive gentlemen’s resort that caters to wealthy men seeking submissive sex slaves Kris is a professor of anthropology at a l So I just typed my whole review and it disappeared UGH, I’m ticked so lets hope I remember all that I typed previously!

The premise is believable enough and the prose is simple but solid.

It had a multitude of tense moments and passionate fury mixed in with lust and all that jazz. Refresh and try again. Similarly, there were paragraphs at the beginning and the end of the possessikn that were exactly the same. Could’ve done without the writing out of a French accent to As a fantasy romance, this was readable in an undemanding way, but oh my, the editing! The characters each brooded over their relationship in exactly the same way, thee ate ice cream and talked to their friends.


Possession / Addiction Series

I just wanted it do be deeper more thought out story then it was. Note the heroine does not actually have sex with any other man. And I’m not just talking about page counts and plotlines. She secretly lusts after her university’s handsome, rich sponsor, Jack McKenna, but he is always on the society pages with a dumb blonde model on his arm and he acts like a grouch whenever he is near her.

There’s a whole lot of exhibitionism going on, the heroine and all the women are naked for the whole week at the possessuon, and the heroine gets fondled by men other than the hero.

Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. When first I read it, I had not read much erotic romance and found it exciting.

The Possession : Jaid Black :

I felt that some of the scenes where hot but I didn’t feel for the characters. It was hard to put down.

Only, he doesn’t want just three days, he wants forever. I can’t say I loved this book but as far as the sex went, it was fun and naughty. She ate ice cream and made vows, he ate ice cream and made vows. Mar 16, Amber rated it liked it.


But I just didn’t but ALL of it. When he sees uaid face, Jack and Kris will both get the shock of a lifetime.

The Possession Book Summary and Study Guide

With her reputation as a sedate, boring professor, Kris knows nobody at her university job will suspect anything when she signs up to work for five days at Hotel Atlantis, an exclusive gentlemen’s resort that caters to wealthy men seeking submissive sex slaves.

Also writing as Jasmine LeVeaux But isn’t that sort of the fun of it all?

Oct 30, Holly rated it really liked it Shelves: This story was completely asinine. Everything was hot and spicy until I got to the island resort and then I realized that the fun and games that I had been breathlessly waiting for was in actuality She has no real qualms about walking around completely nude, despite the fact that she thinks herself plain and not the least bit pretty in light of the other drop dead gorgeous women there.

The Last Wish Andrzej Sapkowski. Jack was delicious in his manly, possessive way. Unfortunately, the author used one of my pet peeves, the lovers separate posssssion to vague communication and inaccurate assumptions. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban J.

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