Published by Carina Press on March 28, 2017
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Contemporary Romance
Pages: 352 pages
Series: For Her #2
Ryan Justice may be her boss, but nothing will stop him from making her his. USA TODAY and #1 ebook bestselling author Alexa Riley entices with a brand-new, full-length novel.
She thinks I'm perfect. A good boss, a good man. She thinks that I play by the rules.
She has no idea who I truly am. Why I'm really here.
Paige Turner is trying to outrun her past, but there it is, tossed back in her face anytime she manages to get two steps ahead.
She has no idea what a man like me will do to get what he wants.
Her need for Ryan got in the way of revenge, took her off course. Redirected her focus. Before she knew it, he'd made his way into her life. Into her heart.
I'm dirtier than she knows. She thinks I'm good to the core, but she doesn't know the things I've done. The things I would do for her.
True love doesn't let secrets as big as these stay buried. And when the truth about Paige's father is finally exposed, Ryan will do anything to fix everything. Paige has always been his and his alone.
Oh Captain, my Captain. What did I do to deserve you?! His Alone was the perfect mix of suspense and steam, but it also held something I can’t adequately name.
Even from the glimpses we got of Paige and Ryan’s relationship in Everything For Her it couldn’t have prepared me for the rocky and unconventional relationship they would have in His Alone. Captain seriously wasn’t playing around and Paige didn’t have a chance in the world of resisting his charms.
His Alone was also predictable in a good portion of its plot. Now while I’m usually okay with predictability this element kept interrupting the flow of the story for me. Unlike Everything For Her, His Alone didn’t do as good a job of hiding it what was coming around every corner, but in the end everything worked out in spectacular fashion.
It sucks though that I didn’t love His Alone as much as Everything For Her since I have been anticipating Ryan and Paige’s story, but I’m not too broken up about it because they got their HEA in, again, spectacular fashion.