Sometimes the right path isn’t the easiest one.
Weston Bradford entered my world in a whirlwind.
Or, more accurately, during a torrential downpour.
After our brief encounter, I didn’t think I’d ever see the attractive man with mesmerizing blue eyes again. Not in a city the size of Atlanta.
Until I agree to take on a historic home renovation and learn the owner is none other than the same Weston Bradford who I met in the rain.
We’re as opposite as two people can be, but there’s no denying the spark, the connection, the invisible tether pulling us toward one another.
But my past has left me broken and scarred, forcing me to erect walls around myself. That doesn’t seem to deter Wes, though. He’s more than happy to scale those walls to possess the one thing I swore I’d never give another person again — my heart.
When the past collides with my present in an unexpected way, will he stand by my side and weather the storm threatening to destroy everything? Or will he abandon me like everyone else in my life?
My mama used to always say that life is like a game of chess. Sometimes you’re the queen. Sometimes the rook. Sometimes a pawn.
ARC REVIEW ➞
TK Leigh knocked it out of the park with Possession. This book is full of romance, but there is so much more to this story than that and it is worth the read! Possession beautifully deals with topics that I think many others would have avoided, but they aren’t glossed over, they aren’t glamorized and that is what makes this story so much more.
Londyn just lost her job and was almost hit while crossing the street, enter Weston, the man who saved her life. After that fateful meeting they couldn’t stop thinking about each other, but really didn’t think their paths would cross again, however, fate is funny and has something different in mind.
Londyn, I love her. She lost her mother tragically at a young age and felt like she needed to do everything she could to make her father happy, even if it meant she wasn’t happy in the process. I wasn’t expecting her back story to be so emotional and hit me as hard as it did. However, despite everything she is a survivor, a fighter, but she still struggles with what has happened. Weston, hasn’t experienced what Londyn has first-hand, however, he has witnessed it first hand, even when it comes to Londyn.
Their chemistry from the start is beautiful. There is a connection and they are drawn to each other. They are good for each other and exactly what the other needs. Their relationship isn’t easy and faces and lot of barriers both between the two of them and with the public. I love that Wes doesn’t care what others about his relationship with Londyn, he loves who he loves and to him the color of someone’s skin doesn’t change a thing.
Possession is the first book in a duet and does end on a cliffhanger, which I’m still recovering from!
Possession is a beautiful story that will leave you thinking, it will leave you angry and it will also have you falling in love with Londyn and Weston. A MUST READ!