Mine to Have

Jade Sinner
Mine to Have
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Publisher
Self-Published
Release Date
June 2016
Series
Book 1 of A Claimed Story
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance

SUMMARY
Taboo Romance

Max...

I didn't ask for any of it. I didn't want any of it.
I had a life. A playboy reputation and money to burn.
But then it happened...all the things I didn't want...
Most of my family gone--taken by a distracted driver.
My father's multi-billion-dollar conglomerate thrust upon me.
And her, Lacy, my niece (sort of), in need of a guardian.

Here's the moral of this story (the only one): life doesn't give us what we want.

Or does it?

Three years later...Lacy's an adult and right under my nose, almost literally. No longer a girl, she's a woman with sexy curves and a way of taking over my every thought. I know it isn't right--she calls me uncle--but then again...maybe it is time for life to give me what I want. After all, she was given to me. She's mine to have.

**These characters are not really related.

Warning: This is a fun, dirty book about forbidden love with a predictable HEA. If you like that sort of thing, it's guaranteed to make you grin. There's no cheating, and it's embarrassingly hot. We took a storyline that everyone has heard and pushed it beyond its limits. Then again, this quick read might not be for you, but if it is, we promise not to tell your secret.

Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Oct 11, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
77 people found the following review helpful
MINE TO HAVE is a super short story that is more of erotica than erotic romance. I'm fine with such, if there's a story. But reaching the end of this short makes me think this is written more for titillation than anything else.

What gave it away? Up until the end, Lacy called the hero (and I use the term loosely) Uncle Max. In the midst of the sexing, she called him uncle. Not that they're related, but if you're going to start a permanent relationship together, I'd have thought you'd want to be on equal footing.

There's also no conflict that I can see, but I do have to say that it's well-written. I also wish the characters hadn't trotted out the "L" word because absolutely nothing in their interaction convinced me of it. Now, if it's "Lust" they're talking about, I would've agreed with them 100%.

If you read for the romance, skip this. But if you want something hot and quick and dirty, you may want to try this.
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