His Possession (The Owners, #1)by Sam Crescent Published 04 Jul 2012
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Cadeon Ashwood is a dominant man who has one problem: he’s overly possessive. When he meets Violet Moore for the first time, he knows she is the woman for him. The possessive instinct she stirs within him can only mean one thing—she will be the woman who owns his heart.
Violet is a shy young woman who is trying to make her way in the world, but she has a dark past filled with shame. She is constantly looking over her shoulder.
When Cadeon sees an opportunity to get close to the younger woman, he takes it with everything he’s got. She drives him crazy with the way she bows her head, and her innocent blushing makes Cadeon want her more.
For too long she’s lived without love and safety. Cadeon offers her everything, but will she live long enough to enjoy it?
"His Possession (The Owners, #1)" Reviews
I wanted to like this book a little more, but Violet is too much of a doormat. I understand where her fear and timidity stems from but there was absolutely no fight in her. Whatever Cadeon wanted, Cadeon got.
"You're coming home with me."
"Because I said so."
"You're sleeping in my bed with me."
"It's not appropriate."
"So? It's what I want."
"Take off your panties."
"I need those."
"We're playing by my rules."
hands over panties
And Cadeon. It's incredibly obvious that Violet is extremely innocent but the man can't even control himself enough to properly court the girl. I don't care how rich he is, at 40 years of age, he should have better self-control and more consideration when going after this young woman.
I found both characters to be so off-putting that I didn't really care about the sex scenes. She just seemed manipulated in all of them anyway. Other readers will enjoy this story more. It just wasn't my cup of tea.
This wasn’t for me. I don’t dig the BDSM club scene. Being on display in front of others is one of my limits.
The H using his club for ‘possession’ doesn’t make sense.
So, if that doesn’t bother you, maybe you’ll like it.
Cadeon Ashwood is overly possessive and when he meets Violet he knows she is the woman for him. The possessive instinct she stirs within him drives him out of his mind. Could she be the one to take his heart ...
Violet is a shy young woman and she has a dark past filled with shame. She lives in constant fear of being found so she tries to live mingling in without standing out in the crowd.
When Cadeon sees an opportunity to get close, he takes it with everything he’s got.
But the past always comes back around and if Cadeon doesn't hurry will he be able to save Violet from a terrible future ...
It's the first time for me reading such a thing ... owning your woman, obeying willingly every "command" that your man gives, in and out of bed.
I don't know if I could pull it off but I'm certain that there are women that wouldn't mind.
Sam Crescent has a way of describing this men, a way of making them attractive to our eyes and wanting to find someone with this possessiveness and this perceptiveness of what's best for you, making you feel like a queen.
Good for her, I love the way she writes, the pages flow and when I realize, the book has ended.
Cadeon is as Alpha as it gets. He is overly possessive and knows well to separate his sex life from what goes in his heart. Because he knows that it's not easy to find a woman that would obey him in his every word but he hasn't found any woman that would rise the feeling of owning her and sending him over the edge.
As to Cadeon my feelings where split apart. He could be such an arrogant male and at the same time make me feel through words the desire for his hands to touch me, for his thoughts to fill my head.
Yes, this is how good M. Crescent did her job! The fact that I can read a book and still as I write this review remember how Cadeon spoke and acted, well no more explanations are needed.
Violet was the opposite. I liked and understood the hurt, the loneliness, the fear, but I didn't forge a strong link with this character.
I like spit fire women, and even as impossible that this character were to be strong, she could have been a little braver and fight Cadeon on his will a little more.
She does redeem herself in the end with Dominic but only because she knows that Cadeon will stop at nothing to get her back.
The story was good and I never lost myself in the action thread but I think that there should of been a little more space for the bad guys, their contribution to the story could have been longer.
Overall I did like this book and I followed on the next story, this could only get better right ?
Right from the first moment Cadeon Ashwood sees Violet Moore working for his company he wants her. Violet is a shy and introverted young woman, but she enjoys her job delivering the post and coffees. She has no idea that her boss intends to make her his.
For the most part I liked this. Cadeon literally steamrolled Violet into doing his bidding. There was some added extra interest from a danger to Violet from her past. The sex scenes were okay. But there were a lot of typos which rather interfered with the flow of the story.
I really wanted to like this story, but I just couldn't connect with the characters and their situation. What Violet thought of as protective or possessive in a good way from Cadeon came across as pushy and forceful. I found myself confused quite a few times as sentences became repetitive and stilted. Scenes would move quickly from one to the next and then have a moment of fluidity before moving quickly again. The dialogue is a bit awkward and there is a serious need for editing throughout the story.