Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Title: Losing Control 
Series: Kerr Chronicles, #1
Author: Jen Fredrick
Rating: 


I’d do anything to keep my mother alive. 

 Anything, including ask Ian Kerr for help. I don’t know much about him, except that he has more money than some small countries. And he’s willing to spend it on me. Just one catch: there’s a string attached, and not just the one I feel pulling me into his arms and his bed. There’s also the plan for revenge he wants my help with. 

 Every time he says my name, it makes my body shiver and my heart stutter. I know he’s going to wreck me, know there won’t be anything left of me but lust and sensation by the time he’s done with me, but even though I can see the heartbreak coming towards me like a train, ready to crash into me, I can’t get out of the way. I want what he makes me feel. Want what he’s offering. 

 This may have started out as something to save my mother, but now…now it’s about what he makes me feel. I’m in danger of losing everything that’s important. Worse? Ian's whispered words and hot caresses are making me believe that's okay.

Losing Control begins with Victoria's mother having cancer again. But this time around her mother seems to be wanting to give up, especially with all of the costs that Victoria is going to have to take care of. But when Victoria has a chance encounter with the rich, and sexy Ian her whole world flips upside down. He has to have her, so he decides to do what he can to get her into his life. These two build a very fast relationship that soon turns into more, but they each have their own set of problems to deal with first. 

 I liked the plot line of this story for the most part. I felt kind of bored at times, and wish there was a little bit more to it. But I did still like it. Also I liked both of the characters, but I wish there had been a little bit more chemistry or something, there just seemed to be something missing between them to me. I'm not sure if I will read the next one, but this was a nice read to pass the time with. It wasn't something that I got completely lost in, but it was still okay.
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