Amory Mikhailov comes from the rough side of town where her parents own a small grocery store that's barely been paying their bills for the past few years. When Giovanni Bianchi sends his goons to shake down their business, they have no choice but to pay for his "protection". But when the price becomes too high, and her father's safety is at stake, Amory decides to make them a different offer.
Ryder Bianchi lives a charmed life. He's spent the last several years trying to stay out of his father's seedy business until his dad shows up on his doorstep with a present in the form of Amory. Giovanni tells Ryder that he can do whatever he wants to her, and Ryder plans to do just that.
This is a smokin' hot standalone story. If you like bossy men with filthy minds, then grab a copy and find out what it's like to be His Possession.
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A punishment gone right...
I love Meghan as a narrator, she brings the characters to life, and I tend to forget it's just one persons voice I'm listening to.
Amory comes from the bad side of town, where her parents run a small grocery store. Bullied into paying for protection from the very thugs that are terrorizing them, Amory's parents are forced into debt. Instead of watching her parents suffer the consequences, Amory offers herself to the Bainchi mafia family.
Amory is given to the boss's son for safe keeping until her parents can pay the debt. Ryder is immediately taken with her, and tries to fight the attraction, knowing nothing good can come from it. I enjoyed watching their relationship grow through the trials life throws at them.
WHO REALLY OWNED WHO?
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I was expecting a darker story with a HEA , but this had no darkness other than hitting. Amory offered herself as payment and her parents had hope of getting her back. Ryder was getting out of "the business" and had never "owned" anyone. He didn't even know what he wanted to do with her. And in no time at all, Amory had Ryder around her finger.
The premise was good, and it was an acceptable listen but lacked intensity. Maybe that's all some people want in a human slave/captive themed book, but I like more.
- sheryl beauchemin