Review: Obsessed: Meik & Sebastian by Quin Perin (Obsessed #2)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the authors via LesCourt ARC Team.

The story of high and mighty Meik Lennon and his obsessive lust for a street busker named Sebastian continues in the second installment of Obsessed: Meik & Sebastian, written by the author duo of Quin Perin. This picks up soon after the events in the first novella, and one quickie encounter in an alley and a week after they have full-on sex, Meik can't get Sebastian out of his head. When he finds the younger man again, he decides to take him home and begins an arrangement of sorts. All lust, no love; all orders followed, no talking back; all sex, no kisses. What Meik wants is Sebastian in his apartment so that he can do whatever he wants, whenever he pleases. But when Sebastian stumbles upon something from Meik's past, will he overlook the misstep or is it curtains for Sebastian?

Book two was a step up from book one, and a lot of that has to do with more character development on Meik's end, especially since we're getting to know more of his past via flashbacks, and it's clear that something life-altering must have happened for him to change from the young man he was back then to who he is now. Sebastian is still a bit of a mystery, but he proves to have some backbone to him, making him far more interesting. It also looks like he's got his own cache of secrets, but methinks we'll learn those in the next installment, which is due in a couple of months. I'm more intrigued this time around, and I'm not hating on Meik as much either. Nope, my disdain is focused on one female character. Meik and Sebastian get a thumbs up and four stars for Obsessed #2. ♥

Release Date: 01 September 2018

Date Read: 01 September 2018

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