Jackson Steele and Sylvia Brooks are back in the powerful
finale of a provocative, sizzling-hot new erotic trilogy set in the world of J.
Kenner's beloved Stark novels: Release
Me, Claim Me, and Complete
He's the only man I've ever loved, and the one man I can't bear to
Jackson Steel is my light in this world. Charismatic, bold, and always in
control, he knows what he wants and how to get it—and absolutely nothing stands
in his way. His hold on me is magnetic, his claim on me complete, his kiss my
We both harbor dark secrets that could tear our lives apart. Though we've tried
to bury our pasts, there are certain people who won't let us forget. But the
closer danger comes, the brighter the fire between us burns—our ecstasy
consuming and soothing us both.
There's no telling what lies ahead, but I know that Jackson never gives in
without a fight. I'd do anything he wants to keep him safe, give him anything
he needs. And now that we're in deep, nothing can make me run.
Under My Skin is intended for mature audiences.
I finished reading Under My Skin, by J. Kenner a while ago
but it has taken me some time to come to terms... to find the words if you
will, to describe this third and final installment of the Stark International
Trilogy. With Under My Skin picking up right where book two. On My Knees, left
off the mood was definitely melancholy as Jackson and Sylvia were
dealing with the pending charges awaiting him in Los Angeles.
The emotions were certainly high throughout this novel that
ran up and down the emotional stream from joy to despair as this series
concluded. Sylvia was all up in her feelings in Under My Skin. She loved him,
she loved him not, she wanted to be with him, she didn't want to be with, she
thought she could be a mother to his daughter, she thought she couldn't. I just
wanted to shake Little Miss Sylvia and tell her to pause and look at her life
and look at her choices before she makes another decision and then change her
mind. Ain't nobody got time for that!
digress. Overall, I liked Under My Skin by J. Kenner. I didn't love it because
at times the pace seemed to slow and lag and caused me to gradually lose
interest in some parts. However, regardless of how conflicted I felt about
those parts, I continued to read on to see how Jackson & Sylvia's story
would end, and boy was it a well-deserved HEA. As a result, I will give this
novel a 3.5-stars and would recommend, especially if you have read Say My Name
and On My Knees, that you definitely jog on over to read Under My Skin by J,