Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Dark Romance, Romance

Review: Possessive by Willow Winters

PossesiveSome men are born with a black heart and a tainted soul.

I never liked to admit it back then; I thought I could outrun who I am and lie to myself. 
But I accept the truth now.

It’s in my blood and in my bones. In every impure thought and desire. I tried to leave. To do the right thing and walk away from my past.

But then she came back into my life. 
Stumbling towards me and looking up at me as if I’m the one she’s been looking for all this time. As if I could be her savior and take her pain away. If only she knew.She turns me into what I hate most about myself.

Selfish, ruthless, possessive.

I tried to be a good man. To be cold and distant and warn her away.
She should have taken the hint and run. She didn’t… And now she’s mine.

5 stars

Romance | Contemporary | Dark Romance | Adult Fiction

Well shit on a stick…. for my first Willow Winters novel I don’t know if I should admit to how turned on I am; seriously, would that be inappropriate? Maybe. Maybe not. 

Can we just take a moment for me to admit something – a little less TMI than previously? I am transfixed. Take my money, all of it Winters, you have me. Within the first couple of pages I am beyond any semblance of myself, I am a hot mess of emotions. I am tortured, pained, scared, excited, nervous, just a little bit of everything. Why? Because once I started reading I lived the story with the characters. I was without a doubt completely and utterly enraptured by all things Possessive had to offer me.

Hands down, I loved the characters. Aside from their sexy, mouth watering romance, which I will get more to shortly, Addison and Daniel were just amazing characters. I loved the depth that came with their backstory plus their personality. Addison was definitely guarded character yet she had this strong will about her that as a reader, can’t help but connect with her. Daniel. Oh man, Daniel had me by the second paragraph. I am sorry, I am definitely a diehard fan of alpha males, I said it before and I will say it again – please break me a piece of this man, I must find a way to add it on my husband. Think I can maybe put the book on my husband and osmosis Daniel through? Doubtful. Moving on. 

Danial was definitely a great character. He practically dripped this ‘please come throw me over your shoulder and fuck me until next week’ attitude. My knees were completely weak every time he was present in the book. 

I absolutely loved reading the connection of Addison and Daniel. Page after page was filled with such a beautiful, earthy shattering evolution. Stuck between love and lust, pain and anguish, the tragedies – I am still reeling from being ripped to pieces. Daniel and Addison’s story was beyond a catastrophic rollercoster. It wasn’t just the snippets of their pasts clashing, but in the present the connection was beautifully written.

Whew… is it getting hot in here? Maybe that is just me – still daydreaming about their chemistry. Melt off the pages I tell you. 

Not only did the chemistry have me melting off the couch, the suspenseful twists and turns left my head spiraling downward. The drama of the clashing main characters was just gut wrenching with a dash of heart pounding anticipation for what was in store for me in the next pages. I flipped so damn fast I am pretty confident I picked this up and finished it just as fast. I couldn’t stop. 

Can you tell I loved it? Cheese and crackers did I ever flipping love this book. 

There, I finally let that confession out. Feels good – I honestly could not recommend Possessive more than I already have. Now here I am waiting (not so….) patiently for Merciless, which I have already pre-ordered to curb my sanity until release day. Lets also not discuss the fact that I went on a buying binge for more of Winter’s book – seriously, hook, line, and fucking sunked.

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