It’s been a month since Sarah Marshall was kidnapped and held at knife-point by her ex-fiance. But Jesse Colter and Adam Sinclair, her two loving Doms, know that there is an even deadlier threat still out there—Ryder Malone.
He blames both Sarah and Jesse for sending him to prison eight years ago for attempted rape, and he’s determined to make them pay. So, he begins a systematic campaign of terror and intimidation against them. But the danger he poses doesn’t end there.
Set against the deepening love and commitment between Sarah, Jesse, and Adam, Owning Sarah is more than just a sexy, sensual, BDSM love story. It is a harrowing race against
time for Jesse, Adam, and a team of former SEALs to stop one of the biggest arms-for-drugs deals in U.S. history. And to rescue Sarah before Malone sells her to a human trafficker and she’s lost to her men forever.
Have you ever read a book that completely annoyed you, yet you couldn’t put it down and can’t wait for the next book in the series? That is completely the case with me and this book.
Perhaps saying that it was the book that annoyed me would be too strong, because the main thing I was annoyed with would have been Sarah’s character. Even after being with Jesse and Adam, it seemed like every time they would start getting sexual, she would say “Holy Moley”. Once again, while I do understand how people have their own catch phrases, but saying that
every time one of the men would say something sexual to her, or would start getting sexual, was a big mood damper for me.
But even with that happening, I wasn’t able to put the book down. I was just sucked into the action that Ms. Shelton was able to create during the course of this story. There were some parts that were completely action packed, and kept me on the edge of my seat worried about what was going to happen next. I really enjoyed how we did get to spend a bit more time with Jesse and Adam, finding out more about them and their lives before Sarah was involved. And getting to learn what it was they dealt with in their jobs was also great.
Overall, if I didn’t want to read the next book so badly, I would rate this book a 3 paws because of Sarah’s character. But since I can’t wait for the next book to be released, I’m rating it 4 paws.
Julie has been writing her entire life, but it wasn’t until November of 2012 that she burst onto the erotic romance scene with her sizzling hot first novel, Loving Sarah, followed by its sequel, Owning Sarah, ten months later. Her third novel, Dark Warrior, set in 14th-century England, is her first historical romance. It was published in
Julie lives in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. Retired after a 25-year dream career, first as a children’s librarian then as a professional storyteller and puppeteer, she
now has time to devote to her new love, writing erotic romance, the steamier the better, thus following the career path blazed by so many before her—from kiddie lit to erotica.