This is the full boxset of the Serving Him Series.
“I moved to New York from Iowa to find a life that I didn’t know I was looking for. I expected to have to work hard and barely make ends meet. But…I never expected to meet HIM.”
For twenty-one year-old Aleena Davison, it was a life-long dream coming true when she said goodbye to her dreary small-town life in Iowa and moved to Manhattan.
However, it didn’t take long for her dream to turn into a nightmare. Everything from the roommate from hell to her asshole of a boss, contributed to her pain and she’d just about given up. That was…until she ran into devilish handsome, Dominic Snow.
The mysterious stranger not only tried saving her waitress job, but also made her an offer she couldn’t refuse, a new and much more lucrative job.
“Strictly professional,” he’d insisted. But could she trust herself working for the hottest man she’d ever met?
I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were good and the storyline was good.
Aleena was a good character, although she was a little bit too sensitive about her race at times. I liked how she was a strong and was able to deal with Dominic and his busy lifestyle. She fitting into becoming his PA easily.
It was great reading Dominic and Aleena’s relationship grow and seeing him teach her about his sexual lifestyle. They had a clear spark and she just understood him. I enjoyed reading him come to terms with his feelings towards her. It took him a little while to realise that she wasn’t like others he had been with, and took, him a while to learn to the proper aftercare with her. In the end, they were great together.
I loved Dominic. The more you learnt about him, the better he was. I felt for him and what he went through in the past.
My only criticism is that I didn’t understand why this was split into volumes. They ended at almost random points and I didn’t really see the point. It made more sense being read as one continuous book.
Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were good and the storyline was good. I would definitely recommend it.
My rating: 5/5*