4.5 Star · ARC Review · Dark(ish) · Forbidden Love · Sexy · Strong Heroine · Suspense · Trilogy

Possession (Perversion Trilogy #2) by T.M. Frazier


4.5 Stars

*** Possession is book two in the Perversion trilogy, and should be read after book number one. This review may contain spoilers if you have not yet read Perversion. ***


Just when Emma Jean thought her life was turning around, everything goes from bad to much, much worse. Holding out hope for the man who means everything to her, she will try to get through her latest reality just like she has her entire life… by staying strong, even when the situation is hopeless….

Grim is in a war, and he hasn’t even realized it yet, but when things start to get bad, his inability to reach Emma Jean is his biggest concern, and he will stop at nothing to get her back where she belongs…


Starting off with the heart pounding cliffhanger we were left with in Perversion, Emma Jean and Grim are once more separated from each other… and dealing with their own inconceivable, life threatening messes…

Emma Jean is once again under the thumb of her living nightmare, Marco. Desperate to save her friend and get back to Grim, her luck has seemed to finally run out…

Grim hasn’t seen Emma in awhile, but with his battle on his own doorstep, he is stuck and unable to focus on the very real possibility that something is very, very wrong.

Possession was everything I could have hoped for in the second installment of this trilogy. After that last cliffy, I was left completely flabbergasted, and the continuation of this story simply did not disappoint. Grim and Emma Jean have a long way to go to hopefully find their HEA, and after reading Possession, their twisted journey isn’t ready to release us from it’s stranglehold just yet…

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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