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  • Truly Impactful Read!!!

    Well, Bric may think he wields the ultimate mind f*ck, but I disagree. That honor goes to J.A. Huss. My mind and my emotions are still reeling after reading His Turn. This whole series has been one giant emotional roller coaster… but oh, what a ride! If this were an actual ride, I'd already be lining up to ride it again, and bumping people out of my way to get to the front. I honestly cannot imagine a better way to wrap up this series. With an intriguing plot, extraordinary writing, extremely vivid imagery, and characters that just jump off the page, this book certainly checks every box I can think of. Authentic, engaging, and passionate, these characters completely draw you into the story, and you just can't help but be obsessed with these characters’ lives. This book is gut wrenching and heartbreaking yet hopeful and oddly romantic. Impassioned and honest, it’s a truly impactful read, and one I would highly recommend. *I was given an ARC of this book and voluntarily chose to review. All opinions are my own.

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  • His Turn

    This book was very different than I originally thought it would be. Bric and Nadia are two very messed up folks! It takes almost the entire length of the book for them to figure themselves out. I really enjoyed it. I did feel like the story abruptly ended without being fleshed out a little better. All in all, a very fine read by Ms Huss.

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  • What an ending!!!

    Good god, what a read this has been. From the opening line to the last word, I’ve not had one settled moment. Elias ‘Bric’ Bricman, owner of The Turning Point is one messed up individual. But, Nadia Wolfe a ballerina is his match in so many ways. He’s older and wiser, Nadia is only twenty-three and believes she’s a Dom just like Bric. He sets out to prove to her just how wrong she is. There’s a lot of hot, filthy dirty sex, a lot of dominating. Some almost M/M which was damned hot too, even though that’s not my thing. Jordan the third party of their menage is a lawyer and not as well skilled as Bric, but he’s got a plan that neither of them knows about. I was worried Bric and Nadia would end up completely obliterated by each other’s game, but in the end, Elias’s was the worst. His fiendish desire to win the game at all costs nearly cost him everything. This has been one heck of a ride but I loved the way Julie brought the series to a resounding finale.

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  • His Turn

    Elias (Bric) has always ben in charge and done things his way he is selfish to the bone but when his sensitive side comes out that's when you see the true man. Nadia was brouht to his attention from his club member Jordan he personally trained her and then gave her to him as a gift but little did Elias realise that he needs her. She is one tough cookie she is just what the doctor ordered but he is to blind to see this, so is she is takes a trajedy for it to fall apart and both of them to ein the game but to actually lose eachother will Jordan be able to make them see their mistake and get back together

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  • How far is too far in the game of winning?

    After meeting Elias Bricman in ‘Taking Turns’ it was quickly apparent that he was an excellent fixer – both as The Turning Point manager and in the game he played with his long-time friends, and that he enjoyed domination as his kink of choice. What I didn’t grasp however, was that beneath his veneer of refinement and charm, there lurked the always-calculating mind of a master manipulator obsessed with playing the game – regardless of the cost to him personally. When his new play-partner, Jordan, brings him a gift in the form of a trained young woman, Nadia, a new game begins that’s even more twisted than the original. I liked Nadia’s character. She was disciplined in her profession as a ballerina, and that control extended to all aspects of her personal life as well. Despite her young age, she was extremely clever at getting what she wanted from men, playing a game of her own design. It was very entertaining then, when Elias and Nadia clashed – two control freaks trying to gain the upper hand through manipulation and mind games. The story is well written with very complex characters. There’s plenty of drama, secrets, and some surprises, along with several explicit sexual encounters including ménage and elements of BDSM. I’m looking forward to reading the spin-off series – Jason’s Game.

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