Guarding His Obsession by Alexa Riley

Guarding His Obsession by Alexa Riley

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Purchased: Kindle – $.99

My Rating: 4 of 5 Stars

Spoilers!

What’s It All About:

When Drake Hart’s security team is hired to find a stalker, he has no idea what’s in store for him. However, the day Zoey Lewis’ picture lands in his lap, there’s nothing he won’t do to save her. He’s always been quiet and shy, but seeing her changes everything. 

Zoey is missing a filter when it comes to interacting with people. She’s used to being lost in her computer and being taken care of by her sister. She’s an oddball, and people find it hard to deal with. But when Drake Hulk-smashes his way into her world, she doesn’t feel so out of place. 

When Zoey is threatened and needs protection, will Drake save the day? With a body like his, all signs point to yes! 

Warning: He owns a security firm. She’s a little nerdy. It’s a classic trope and a recipe for sugary-sweet erotica!

Description taken from Amazon.

The Best Parts:

This book. I couldn’t stop laughing and getting hot. Like the situation is so ridiculous that it has your head spinning with wtf is happening?! Like Walter O’Brian. She doesn’t pick up on social queues and says the first thing that comes to mind even if it is the most obscene thing in the world. Granted this is sometimes happens to me, but never to this extent.

This is the kind of relationship that every nerdy girl wants. The hot guy only sees he and he takes what he wants. If that is what you are looking for them this book is for you!

The Worst Parts:

It wasn’t really a part but a subplot and the only reason it made me mad was because I wanted more! I NEEDED more Elle and Pink! I was upset with only seeing snippets, and then seeing them in the Epilogue, but seriously I needed more. I would have love to have seen the stories unfold side by side instead of one in another.

Final Thoughts:

The sex is more lax than normal but the tension and foreplay is way over the top. It makes you anticipate the best then to be left high and dry, but don’t worry the characters are left there right along with you ;]

Jordan Bates Reviews

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