REVIEW: Taking What’s His by Alexa Riley

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Title: Taking What’s His

Author: Alexa Riley

Genre: Erotica

Heat Level: Scorching (Off The Charts)

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In her truly trademark style for this series, Alex Riley gives readers another quick smut fix with this down and dirty tale of a trucker taking and claiming his lady at any cost and with over the top possession.
What you need to know about this read is that there is dubious consent. You are warned in the blurb, but if this is a trigger then you really need to pass this book by.
From the very first words of this read you are thrown headlong into the mindset of a possessive, alpha male. As par for the course for this series (and Alexa Riley in general) much of the focus is on taking, claiming and demanding possession.
As always, the sex scenes are hot and completely over the top. You will need a moment to cool down, or change your underwear.
Without a doubt Alexa’s writing is flawless and draws you into her story and doesn’t let you go until you have finished. And even though I have read all the books in this series, I don’t feel that Alexa is regurgitating the same storyline. Every book is a fresh take on the same theme.
The best way that I can describe this book is that it is a dirty quickie that will leave you satisfied. If you are a fan of smut, then you really can’t go wrong with this book.

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Driving a truck and hauling cargo from coast to coast can be lonely. Sly’s been looking for a pet to keep him company, and late one night on the side of the highway, he finds her.

Cameron is scared something bad is going to happen to her, but then he comes along, and she feels relieved. It isn’t until the door of his truck closes that the real fear takes root.

Sly has a new toy, and he’s having a hard time keeping his hands to himself. How long can he wait to take Cameron’s innocence? Because once he does, she’s his forever.

Warning: This book contains forced submission and dubious consent. While these themes are triggers for some, they can be sweet candy for others. If you’re willing to hold off judgement until the last page, I promise it’ll be worth it.


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