My review of Under My Skin by J. Kenner



This book is the final of the Stark International trilogy, and it continues the impassioned romance between Jackson and Sylvia. They have arrived back from picking up Jackson’s daughter, Victoria, when he is stopped by police for the murder of Robert Reed, and this is just the beginning of the problems for them. Jackson is losing all control over his life and being the control freak that he is only means one thing: pushing Sylvia away.

I absolutely loved the way Sylvia revolved throughout this book, not only within herself, but with Jackson and Victoria. Jackson, on the other hand, definitely has some anger issues that he needs to work through. But given his father, Jeremiah, I can clearly see why. But then again, Sylvia’s parents are not any better. This may be something that Jackson and Sylvia have in common that will only strengthen their relationship. You know if it is a J. Kenner book, you are not going to be disappointed with the delicious love scenes as seen in this book as well.

I also loved that Damien and Nikki are a part of this book as well.  I became a fan of J. Kenner after reading all four books of the Stark Trilogy, and continue to be a fan after this series as well.

It was the idyllic ending for Jackson, Sylvia and Victoria. It was pure joy to see them become a family even through everything they had to endure to get there but that just makes the ending all more worth the fight.

I give this book four out of four handcuffs.

I would suggest reading all three books, which are all available through Amazon. The first one is Say My Name: A Stark Novel (Stark International Trilogy Book 1). The second book is On My Knees: A Stark Novel (Stark International Trilogy Book 2), and this book is available for pre-order and will be released on September 1, 2015,  Under My Skin: A Stark Novel (Stark International Trilogy Book 3).

I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review by NetGalley.

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