Friday, March 16, 2018
eARC Book review: Claimed: A for Her Novel: A Full-Length for Her Novel (For Her #3) by Alexa Riley
Available March 27th 2018
eARC Provided by publisher through Netgalley
Jordan Chen is the man behind the screen. As part of the elite security team for Osbourne Corporation, he has an iron grip on protection, all without having to make close connections with people. Until he meets the beautiful Jay, and suddenly his quiet life doesn’t seem so perfect anymore. He needs more. He needs her.
A workaholic to her core, Jay Rose doesn’t have a lot of men in her life. Smiling in the face of her enemies gets her the results she wants at work, but doesn’t exactly project a warm, welcoming vibe. So she’s surprised when the enigmatic security expert strikes up a friendship with her—surprised but flattered, and maybe a little bit turned on.
A company as powerful as Osbourne Corporation has powerful enemies, and when Jay becomes a target, Jordan realizes there’s nothing he won’t do to bring her home safe.
Jordan is a security expert and when he meets Jay Rose assistant to the boss it's love at first sight. Jay seems to put him directly into the friend zone. Jordan takes his times coaxing her to out of that belief. Once he does though things get hot. This book confused me at times. I liked Jordan and Jay but the intensity and focus of this story seem to slip from one extreme to another. I thought it was a contemporary romance but when Jay gets into some serious trouble things get extremely intense. Jordan comes across as this nerdy type in some ways and alpha in other ways. Jay is this strong woman who knows how to handle herself at work and then let's Jordan tell her what to do. I somehow still really enjoyed the book. I loved Jordan and Jay because they would do anything for each other.
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