From the author of USA Today's 'Sarah's Surrender', Lynda Chance brings you: Rule's Obsession. With a style reminiscent of 'Pursuit' and 'Marco's Redemption', 'Rule's Obsession' is a steamy, stand-alone book with no cliffhangers.
An alpha-male like no other: Damian Rule is an ultra-staid businessman who likes his life just so. He wears his hair cut short; he demands his business affairs be organized, and he insists that his women be impeccably groomed and conservative in both speech and appearance. When he meets Angie Ross for the first time, he sees a hot, beautiful, gothic mess. With her fishnet stockings and spiked leather cuffs, she's wildly inappropriate for his long term needs. But for the short term? She'll do just fine.
Rule's Obsession begins with Damian Rule having a huge case of lust with a certain hairdresser who he believes is totally wrong with him. For one, she dresses like a goth, and he needs a wife who will be conservative, and simple. The goth woman Angie is anything but simple. She's gorgeous and he can't seem to stay away from her no matter how much he tries to make himself. Angie on the other hand knows that Rule is a bad idea, but she also can't stay away.. These two begin a "casual" relationship that is really anything but casual and along the way a whole lot feelings get involved, along with a meddling mother and friends.
This book was okay. It was a simple read with little fanfare at all. I didn't get a whole lot of emotion from either other than a tiny bit creeped out with the way Rule's personality was described at times. I normally love the possessive alpha males, but Damian Rule sorta just rubbed me the wrong way. I wasn't a fan of his at all. I did however like Angie, and I like the plot line for the most part, even though at times it was a little bit boring. Other than that it was a nice short read that I did enjoy.