Review: Obsessed: Meik & Sebastian by Quin Perin (Obsessed #1)

Note: A review copy was provided the author via LesCourt ARC Team.

Obsessed: Meik & Sebastian is the first in a series of novellas that all share the same title written by a writing team that goes by the name Quin Perin. The authors make it clear from the beginning that what you get between the covers is NOT a romance, and they're right, at least as far as the first two novellas are concerned since those are the ones that are currently available and the ones that I've read. This is straight-up about sex--the dirty, no-strings-attached, nothing-more-than-scratching-an-itch type of sex between two main characters with little in common.

Meik Lennen doesn't do love or romance. He's all about domination, whether in the boardroom or the bedroom, and he always gets what he wants. He also happens to be all too bored, which leads him to stumble across a guitar-playing street urchin named Sebastian. One quick but blistering encounter in an alley has Meik obsessing over the young man. No one else will do and once Meik has Sebastian under his thumb, having the gorgeous boy underneath him and doing exactly as told is all that's on the table for them, but Sebastian gets under Meik's skin.

I'll be honest, there's very little about Meik to like. I wondered if there would be a hint of something that would, maybe, endear him to me, but nope. The guy was a domineering man who thought he could do whatever and whomever he wanted with very little consequence because of who he was and the status he held. There's also very little about Sebastian that we know, so finding a connection with either main character was a no-go. That lack of a connection did have me struggling, but all things considered, Obsessed: Meik & Sebastian receives three stars. ♥

Date Read: 21 August 2018

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