Audiobook Review: Claimed (For Her, #3). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Claimed by Alexa Riley

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jordan Chen is the man behind the screen. As part of the elite security team for Osbourne Corporation, he has an iron grip on protection, all without having to make close connections with people. Until he meets the beautiful Jay, and suddenly his quiet life doesn’t seem so perfect anymore. He needs more. He needs her.

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A workaholic to her core, Jay Rose doesn’t have a lot of men in her life. Smiling in the face of her enemies gets her the results she wants at work, but doesn’t exactly project a warm, welcoming vibe. So she’s surprised when the enigmatic security expert strikes up a friendship with her—surprised but flattered, and maybe a little bit turned on.

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A company as powerful as Osbourne Corporation has powerful enemies, and when Jay becomes a target, Jordan realizes there’s nothing he won’t do to bring her home safe.

Claimed


Stalker, Stalker!


The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎧🎧🎧🎧
Romance: 🖤💜🤎💚💛
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📙📕📗📘
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌍
Character development: 😍😕🙃☺️

The heroine: Jay – works at Osborne Corporation, as Miles Osborne’s personal assistant. Jay is the guard dog outside Mile’s office and he couldn’t do without her. She does everything from handle incoming reports to tracking down people who aren’t doing their jobs.

The Hero(es): Jordan – works for Osborne Corporation in the security department. Jordan is the techie on the team. He can handle himself with a gun like the rest of the security team, but his main weapon is a computer. He is able to hack just about anything.

The story: Jordan and Jay work in the same office and go to lunch together every day. Jordan thinks he is in the friend zone with Jay and she is afraid of the same thing. They both want to move their relationship out of the friend zone but neither is quite sure how to do that.


In this book the Hero was a bit more gentle and deferential than the previous two books. Though he was still an Alpha male, and is nearly as big of a stalker as Miles and Captain from the first two books. He fell in love with Jay from their first meeting and he uses all the technology available to him in order to see Jay and find out everything about her.

The romance is very hot and as steamy as the first two books in this series. The narrators were the same in all three books. I really enjoyed these two narrators but I just thought it was a bit weird having the same two narrators for all three books in the series when each book is about a different couple. But that didn’t bother me much.

The only thing I did dislike was that some of the flowery happy people stuff was said over and over. Like about how much they loved each other, how Jay was so happy to be included in Jordan’s family since she didn’t grow up in a family like that.

Other than that, the book was very good. There was a side story which included some mystery, intrigue and a real psycho stalker.

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