Title: Have Me
Author: J Kenner
Publisher/Year: Random House Publishing 11/4/14
Series: Stark Trilogy #3.6
Our wedding was everything I dreamed of, and now the honeymoon is a living fantasy. To be Mrs. Damien Stark is the ultimate rush—to know that our claim to each other is real, our fierce passion sealing our bond. My kiss is forever his, his touch is forever mine.
We both harbor deep scars from our pasts, and we’ve done everything we can to lay our ghosts to rest. But there are still dreams that haunt me, and people that threaten to tear us apart.
Our shared ecstasy makes me feel alive, and I’ll do anything to keep Damien close. He is my future, my hope, my every want and need. And once you’ve tasted that kind of obsession, nothing can make you give it up.
While i do so looooove getting these novellas as means to hold me over until the continuation of the story, they sometimes feel like a tease. Oh well – regardless, we have a nice continued bit of the story with Damian and Nikki, where we re-join them right after they’ve run away to get married and are now spending time together as Mr/Mrs.
Things seem like they couldn’t get any better for these 2, they are deeply and madly in love, they have explosive chemistry that makes the passion that they share leap off the pages, and it adds to the dynamic nature of their relationship. It seems like the ghosts from the past are finally being held at bay, and things are going tin the right direction for them so that they can enjoy being married and being together.
And for a while, it seems like that’s exactly the case.
Until they are on their way to Paris for their honeymoon, and Nikki gets a call about a looming lawsuit for one of her app technologies, and the papps invade the lovers, and i can only guess that this is the lead into something really big and bad.
Where we are left though with this couple is seeing that their bond is forged even stronger – we know that Damian will do ANYTHING to protect Nikki and Nikki will stand by Damian and endure anything to be with him. Again, which seems ominous, and i can’t wait to see where the next installment takes us since this one has left us on uncertain terms and unstable ground. Enjoy!