Take Me: A Stark Ever After Novella

Written by:
J. Kenner
Narrated by:
Sofia Willingham

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
December 2013
3 hours 25 minutes
For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You comes a fast-paced, erotic novella from J. Kenner. Following The Stark Trilogy—the bestselling novels Release Me, Claim Me, and Complete Me—“Take Me” continues the story of Damien Stark and Nikki Fairchild, and introduces Evan Black, the enigmatic man at the center of J. Kenner’s upcoming novel, Wanted.
I’ve long dreamed of my fairy tale wedding, but it wasn’t until I met Damien Stark—who captured me with his kisses and undid me with his touch—that I began to believe it was my destiny. Though we both carry secrets and scars, our shared passion heals us, binding us together. We have surrendered to each other completely, and our mutual ecstasy is the brightest light in my life.
But darkness still snakes through the cracks in our armor. Ghosts from our past have moved in, bringing fresh pain that cuts deep and threatens to destroy everything we hold dear.
Damien is my anchor to this world, and I am his. But if we are going to keep each other, we have to fight the shadows of our pasts to move forward into our future.
“Take Me” is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
Praise for J. Kenner’s The Stark Trilogy
“J. Kenner has written a sensually seductive storyline that catches your imagination. . . . [Release Me] will suck you in from the very start.”—The Reading Cafe, on Release Me
“An erotic, sexy and exciting ride.”—Fresh Fiction, on Claim Me
“Hot, passionate, thrilling, and enticing! . . . I couldn’t put this book down.”—Divas Daily Book Blog, on Complete Me
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Melanie V.

After enjoying the first trilogy (especially the last one!), this book felt like a let down. I found Nikki quite frustrating and needy - actually made me start questioning Damien wanting to be with her. I also didn’t like the ending. It would’ve been ok if she agreed to elope to begin with (as Damien suggested) but no, she wanted the big perfect wedding (something you’d expect from her mom) and at the end she basically just threw a tantrum (to spite her mom) so she agreed to elope while leaving their friends at the reception. It seemed a bit rude after all that.

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