Author: Lizzie Lynn Lee
Publisher: Changeling Press
Buy Link: Buy Claimed Here!
Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Brynna
After a nasty divorce, Emmaline St. James is ready to start a new chapter in her life. She moves into a new building and would be quite happy with her new digs -- if it weren’t for her neighbors.
One is Lucian Lucca, a tall, dark, brooding hunk. When he smiles, he looks so devilishly wicked that Emma could swear he sprouts demon wings. The other is Brennan Adair, also tall and mysterious, but otherworldly handsome. He makes her horny every time he ogles her. Emma’s new life would be perfect if it wasn’t for the fact that Lucian and Brennan are constantly bickering. So she invites them over to discuss their differences.
Inviting a demon of lust over might not be a good idea when someone’s lonely and emotionally vulnerable. And inviting a fallen angel is a recipe for disaster -- especially when the source of their bickering is Emma. Both Lucian and Brennan want her. Bad. But why should she have to choose?
Emmaline St. James has survived a brutal divorce and come out of it as a stronger woman, ready to make her life her own again. A new apartment isn't the only change she'll have to adjust too, because it comes along with two wickedly handsome neighbors who can't seem to stop bickering every time Emma is around. Her neighborly invitation to dinner at her place brings about an interesting compromise.
Lucien, a lust demon, and Brennan, a fallen angel, have both fallen in lust/love with Emmaline and claimed her for themselves, but she must choose and soon. But how do you choose between the oh so bad and just a little bit wicked? Ms. Lee makes it a tough decision. I liked Emma. She's a strong independent woman with just a little bit of insecurity. After being in such a bad relationship, she finds it hard to believe that Brennan and Lucien find value in not only her physical presence but the emotional one as well. Claimed is another scorching hot tale from Ms. Lee with a little more than heat lurking under the surface. Definitely, another great book you need to read.