Saturday, June 15, 2013

Obsession by Jennifer L. Armentrout


Serena Cross just learned the truth about aliens.

The sad part is that she had to learn this by losing someone she loved. But she doesn't have time to grieve when she is informed that her life is in danger. The same aliens are looking for her and they want to make her disappear. The DOD steps in and sends Hunter to keep her safe.

Hunter is arrogant, smart, and violent. He is also very mad. He is not a baby sitter. He kills the enemy, that's what he does. He doesn't care about his new mission. That is until he meets Serena. She is different and the more time he spends with her the more he starts changing too. It is funny to see how he feels through his POV's at times.

His mission doesn't change but he has and he won't let anyone or anything hurt Serena.

I loved this book.

Obsession is what I have for every book Jennifer Armentrout has written.

I love her Lux series. They are funny, they are intense, and they can make you cry (book 3 did this to me).

One of my favorite books read this year was Wait for You. Cam was the sweetest guy ever.

Now, we have the adult series in the same world as Daemon and Katy live in (Lux series).

I can't believe that with a flip of a coin, what I thought about the Luxen and the Arum has changed. We have good guys and bad guys in both teams. I'm glad I read this before Origin comes out. I can't stop wanting Katy and Serena to meet and I can't wait for Hunter and Daemon to fight on the same team. I'm thinking Luc is what will bring them together.

Spoiler Fangalert: I think Luc is half Arum, half Luxen.

"At some point in the night, Serena had flipped onto her other side and her body was curved against mine. Namely that lovely, curvy ass of hers was pressed against my groin.
I was hard.
No surprise there, but what was shocking was the arm that was draped over Serena’s waist, holding her securely against me. That was my arm and unless she grabbed it in the middle of the night and forced it around her that was all my doing.
Well, shit.
Even more outrageous was the fact that I actually liked this—whatever this was. Cuddling? Oh hell, this was cuddling. Spooning to be exact.
I was fucking cuddling."

5/5 Fangs

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