Parker you have another fan! I really enjoyed the way you wrote 'Serving Him'. You made it easy to like and connect to the main characters, Dominic and Aleena. There excit I spend countless hours reading reviews desperately trying to find a decent book to read. There exciting story continually rolled forward, forcing me to spend several late nights to complete the whole box set.
A definite page turner!! I applaud the way you respectively touched on topics such as racism and introduced Aleena to the world of BDSM in a tactful way. You made me sigh, laugh, sniff, growl, grit my teeth and maybe even groan. Now I call that a good book! Well written MS Parker!! May 26, Kim rated it it was amazing.
Now that she is finally where she wants to be, she is still missing something. Now without a job thanks to a jerk for a boss and a roommate from hell, Aleena is determined to keep her New York dreams alive. Will Aleena be able to keep this professional or will the chemistry these two felt explode leaving them questioning everything? I was given a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review. Aleena does come off as a strong-willed independent woman but she knows that she still needs to work on a few things to be the person she wants to be.
Dealing with a boss who wants to sleep with her and a roommate who only wants your rent cheque wears her down. After losing her job, Aleena does what she can but not much seems to happen until she runs into Dominic Snow, the hot stranger who tried to help her. No woman has ever affect him this way before. Dominic is used to being in control and having is submissive do as his desire but his desire for Aleena has put a damper on his Dom ways.
This is the first of a series of novella that MS Parker has collaborated with Cassie Wild and they are off to an amazing start. Aleena is a woman we all can relate to as she has taken the step to follow her dreams. Leaving a small town and her family shows the strength it takes to be able to follow your dreams. This was portrayed as I would think life in Manhattan would be like. Dominic is all Alpha male. He runs a successful company and is about to start a new one up. I think the fact that he went as far as trying to help Aleena get a job shows just how big his heart is.
Parker and Cassie Wild has in-store for these two. She was the personal assistant to her billionaire boss, Dominic Snow. The only problem is as hard as she tries to keep it professional her attraction to him is growing stronger by the day. Things were going according to plan until she stumbles into his private area and finds out more about her boss than she bargained for.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. Both Cassie Wild and M. Parker writing calibration just keeps getting hotter with every volume. Aleena is used to being in the shadows or picked on which has only helped her handle the job as Personal Assistant PA to Dominic. The man is running hot and cold while she is learning the job before Fawna, his current PA is ready to leave. The attraction she has for him is hard to deny but Aleena has done everything she can to keep it professional.
There are times when she finds herself unable to look him in the eyes. It only gets worse when they go to his house in the Hamptons and she finds herself in his private area of the house. What she sees shocks her, yet unable to look away. Dominic Snow is growing more frustrated as he spends more time with Aleena. Not only was she surprised on his taste during sex but she wanted to be the one who he was doing that with.
The way Dominic dominated the woman in his room was something she never really understood except that her body reacted leaving her questioning what she knows. There no doubt that both Dominic and Aleena are attracted to each other. When they finally get to the point where they have to deal with this attraction, passions explode and lines are crossed more than once leaving the question of whether it was a good idea to give in.
Just like any five part series we are left with a cliff-hanger, wondering is going to happen next. Will they be able to fix what has been damaged or will this be what ends their time together. Aleena prides herself as being an intelligent strong woman but every time she runs into people who think they are better than her because of class or colour her self-esteem takes a hit.
She loves her job more than she expected to and she excels at it. Dominic is a man who knows what he wants and knows how it get it. The problem is Aleena, as innocent as she is, she has gotten under his skin. He knows he screwed up by not putting his mother in his place and the moment Aleena walked out he knew it would take more than just a simple sorry to get her back. This is the third in the Serving Him series and it hotter than the first two. Feeling hurt by what happened she talks to Molly but not right away. Aleena finally let a man in and trusted him to teach her but Dominic screwed up big time.
The book has a few ups and downs along with a new character introduced, whom only creates more trouble to this pair. These ups and downs lead to one hot night where things explode for Dominic and Aleena. Cassie Wild and M. Parker leave the readers fanning themselves after that one very hot and naughty night for Dominic and Aleena. The new experiences Dominic has shown her and trying to fit into his world were slowly becoming more than she knew was possible.
No matter what she found herself wanting more when it came to Dominic but is Dominic ready to be everything Aleena needs? I was given this in exchange for an honest review. The collaboration between M. Parker and Cassie Wild just keeps getting better with every volume they put out. Aleena shows that she has trust in Dominic but when it comes to Penelope, her insecurities show through and the trust level drops. This is what Aleena is trying to work on but at every turn Penelope is there to show her where she fits in their world. Dominic knows what he wants and that is Aleena, not only her submission in the bedroom but her vibrancy for life.
She is the light to him in his dark world. Keeping her trust is another issue that he has to deal with since Penelope and his mother both make it hard for Aleena to believe in him. I love how M. Knowing what both of them think pulled me in especially when we finally got to find out what Dominic went through as a teenager.
Will Aleena finally get past everything or will Penelope finally get what she wants? Just when you think you have things figured out, M. Parker and Cassie Wild throw a twist at you, leaving you questioning what is going to happen next.
Oct 13, Gaslight rated it it was ok Shelves: erotica. Heroine - The main female character of the story. The New York Times described Ricci as "confident" and "appealing". He can't deny her After being away for a number of years Grant is shocked to see the girl he's once known has turned into a sexy and seductive young woman. Kindle purchase 1 kindle-non-lendable 2 m-f 2 quickies 2 romance-erotica 2 taboo-non-dub-con 2 to-read 1.
Aleena may be strong young independent woman but like everyone she too has some insecurities that just never go away. This volume of Serving Him has Penelope playing a bigger role in which her obsession to be with Dominic gets out of hand causing problems for the happy couple. I love the turn this part of the story takes and how both Dominic and Aleena both have to get out of their comfort zone to make things work. Will the secrets he finds make him recoil into himself again or will they finally help him heal?
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review and boy was this an amazing ending as it was just the beginning of the collaboration for MS Parker and Cassie Wild. Aleena and Dominic have had a lot to deal with like any couple but with a past like Dominic it adds to their challenges they face together. Aleena finally steps up, puts on her big girl pants, and puts her trust in Dominic. Aug 16, Renee Entress rated it it was amazing Shelves: series , read Serving HIM Vol. This is a 6 part story so be prepared to get all 6 parts. The story has laughs, suspense, secrets, naughty fun, and heartbreak.
Aleena got fired from her job. Dominic meets her again when he returns something to her. When he realizes she has no job he sends her to one of his companies.
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She gets hired but not for one of the jobs he thought she would be hired for. With the chemistry between these two how are they going to be able to work together and not fall into bed? I was able to connect with the characters and the story was a great read. Aleena now works for Dominic but with the daily time together the fire burns. What happens when passion is ignited? Will one small taste be enough? Tempers will flair. Secrets are revealed. Deals are made. Feelings are hurt. Mistakes are made. In the end it will take a few words to have it all come crashing down.
Aleena wonders if she still wants to work with Dominic. Should she quit? Will things change? Is the hassle of the hurt she feels worth being with Dominic? How can she trust him to take care of her when he made her feel so horrible? People are against Aleena and Dominic being a couple but just how far will they go to keep these two apart? When it comes down to it will secrets be revealed or is the relationship going to end before it really has a chance to begin?
Always wanting to eat in and never go out. Does he always treat his woman like this? Aleena is hurt and confused. Can she live this kind of life? Can she be a secret for him? Is it all just about the sex? Is he just using her? Is this how it will always be? Will one party change everything? Can comments from another woman be the one thing that tears down all your hopes and dreams? They are finally going out in public but at the end of the night still go to separate rooms. As time goes by it gets better and better with Dominic but does he really feel the same for her as she does for him? Forces are still against them and will do anything to break them apart.
Dominic is trying to find out more information on his past. Or are they really only fooling themselves? All it takes is a few pictures to have it all come crashing down. Aleena and Dominic have been through so much. But with him digging in his past to find the truth how much more are they going to have to deal with. Will the truth be enough? All the pain and rage for the acts of the past could be cleared up with one person. Is that person willing to give Dominic the answers he needs? Will he find his birthmother? Will the sins of the past be cleared up enough for Dominic to be able to move on with his life?
Will Dominic shut out Aleena or will this be when he needs and loves her more than ever before? The ending was a little rushed. I hope we get more from this couple at a later time. I highly recommend this book and series. Mar 30, Mar Mar bookoholic rated it liked it Shelves: 3-stars , smut. So this series had so much potential. I loved the main story of finding truth behind Dominics parents and what happened with him. It was actually so good, also the kinky relationship and all how it grew also their own drama was fine, although I hate this misunderstanding drama but hey it was still fine.
What made me rolling my eyes was the racism thing which is I believe still a huge thing in America, totally getting it but it rolled around a lot and it got annoying. Secondly, OW drama was so ug So this series had so much potential. Secondly, OW drama was so ugh stupid!
It was literally so so stupid, I just without reading started to skim on, it felt so out of place. This book itself was good and would have made it without this drama. Also that sexual harrasment, okay totally got that one guy but already calling a man a sleazy when he looks at boobs on a dress what shows boobs. I am sorry but if a man wears tights I sure as hell look I mean cmon :D So weird but I guess that's me.
Jan 19, Shel Griffin rated it it was amazing. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.
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So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Book series. Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. Damning, shamingly relevant television. A politically astute drama that pulled off a terrific last-episode shock.
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