He Claims Me: The Seen Trilogy: Part Three

He Claims Me: The Seen Trilogy: Part Three

by Cynthia Sax

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ISBN-13: 9780062300348
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/16/2013
Series: The Seen Trilogy , #3
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 159,896
File size: 385 KB

About the Author

Cynthia Sax lives in a world filled with magic and romance. Although her heroes may not always say, “I love you,” they will do anything for the women they adore. They live passionately. They play hard. They love the same women forever.

Cynthia has loved the same wonderful man forever. Her supportive hubby offers himself up to the joys and pains of research while they travel the world together, meeting fascinating people and finding inspiration in exotic places such as Istanbul, Bali, and Chicago.

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He Claims Me: The Seen Trilogy: Part Three 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Bitten-By-Love-Reviews More than 1 year ago
Oh my goodness this was a great book. Gabriel and Anna have finally taken their relationship to the next level, he has taken her virginity. Even though another man wants her, she belongs to Gabriel. Throughout the whole series Anna had been house sitting a mansion. The owner has decided to use Anna as a scapegoat to get some extra money by using her past against her. The owner has claimed that Anna has stolen from her. Anna's biggest fear is that she will end up in jail like her father. When the police arrive to arrest her she calls on Gabriel to save her. The trilogy ends where is began, with Gabriel watching her. Only now Gabriel has his friends watching Anna as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After reading all three, this trilogy is the love story of two individuals with deep psychological scars. However, they find strength, love, and mainly trust in each other. I admired his respect for her and his patience given she was an innocent. They were freaky but it gave the story flavor. Anna was so tormented by her past, I'm happy she met a mature man who was able to take care of and support her. A quick read, would recommend. One suggestion I would have liked a little more clarity about the Leigh's. Did she set her up because she was alone and given her father's history for insurance money? Did Blaine threaten her? That's what I think.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is a HEA! Okay, so it got a little weird at the end, but I still enjoyed the read. This trilogy reminded me of ANYTHING HE WANTS by Sara Fawkes, an on going series about a dominant billionaire and a lonely naive woman. I gave this 3.5 stars only, because there were some unresolved issues regarding the male lead. What was his past about? None the less, I enjoyed this quick read and recommend it. S.A.K.
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RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by Edelweiss for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book When I read the third book in this trilogy I wanted to hurry up so I would see what happens and yet wanted to take it slow so that it would last and never end. I haven’t been this crazy about a series in a while. It seems that I have watched both Anna and Blaine grow and become even better with each other. You get to see how much they will stand up for each other and not let any one else hurt the other. I really like the Chinese Restaurant scene where Anna takes up for Blaine which them makes her a part of his team. When this book was called He Claims Me, it was really taken to heart. It was a hard and hot claiming. It was like a great building up with the last two books and coming to an explosive climax in the third book. There will always be something hot about a limo, pool, and waterfall after I read this trilogy. It was so exciting and action packed. Michael was a pansy and didn’t want to admit that not everyone falls at his feet and the people that Anna house sit for. I knew something was fishy about that deal. The author sort of let you know a little but didn’t come right out and say it so that it wouldn’t be all known. I know every time something seems to be going great in a book something has to happen to make every one know that what they have is each other and they can trust that. I would say the favorite part in this book of mine was when Anna told Blaine that she loved him. In this book you get to see how much Anna loves being watched by other people but only being touched by Blaine. I have really feel in love with each and every one of these books. I feel a connection. The kind an author hopes that their readers will have when they read their books. I can say that I got it with this series. I hated that I had reached the last page but I know that it won’t be the end. I will be imagining these two for years to come. I will be my fantasies around them and that way they will always be apart of my life and will never be forgotten. I recommend that everyone read this trilogy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the entire series
MaryJoMI More than 1 year ago
A fabulously sexy, steamy love story. Can Anna give herself completely to Blaine? Anna struggles with giving her complete trust afraid that she will lose a part of herself if she does OR that the person she trusts will leave like everyone she loved in her past did. Blaine works to show Anna that he can be trusted while he always watches her. This final installment allows us to share in Anna and Blaine's romance as they face outside forces trying to tear down Anna which in turn allows Anna to see the true depth of Blaine's emotions. 
Lori_Zalewski More than 1 year ago
Find this review and more at Lusty Penguin Reviews! Cynthia Sax scores a huge hit with her compelling erotic romance series, The Seen Trilogy. The Seen Trilogy consists of three novellas: He Watches Me, He Touches Me, and He Claims Me. Each novella is approximately one hundred pages, and Avon Impulse released the series as serial, each book coming out one week after the other. I must say that I was very pleased that Avon Impulse released them in this manner as I’ve become disappointed with serial stories that span over many months. Since I read all three of these novellas in one sitting, I’m going to review them as a whole. Sax pulls the reader into these stories by telling them through Anna Sampson’s eyes. Housesitting in a neighborhood beyond her means, Anna hopes to remain invisible because her father’s prison record follows her wherever she goes. To remain invisible to others, Anna expends a lot of energy with the way she acts and how she dresses. Her survival mechanism leaves her empty inside and lonely, which just made my heart hurt for her. For weeks, Anna has been indulging in midnight swims and other erotic activity in her neighbor’s pool only to discover that homeowner, Gabriel Blaine, has been watching her. Discovering Blaine has been watching her doesn’t upset Anna; actually, she is really turned on by it. Since she has never met Blaine, Anna is fine with him watching as long as he doesn’t touch. As their relationship progresses, the sexual attraction between Anna and Blaine is off the charts. Their sexual encounters are sensual and scorching hot. Blaine knows that Anna likes—to be watched during these encounters—and makes sure that she feels absolutely safe, which is another reason to just love him. Blaine sees Anna’s beauty and the wonderfully strong woman underneath, which endeared his character to me. Anna comes alive with Blaine when she finally sees herself through someone else’s eyes. This journey of self-discovery is a wonderful thing to witness. Furthermore, Sax masterfully develops a wonderful friendship with Goth Girl, Camille, a girl at the charity where Anna works. Watching Anna develop a friendship with Camille and a relationship with Blaine while simultaneously learning that relationships should be cherished, fought for, and defended brought a huge smile to my face. Although I thoroughly enjoyed Anna and Blaine’s relationship, one of my favorite aspects of this series was the moth metaphor that is intertwined throughout this series, adding depth to this erotic romance. Anna really is like a moth, active at night, not as colorful as the moth’s butterfly counterpart, but beautiful in her own way, strong but yet delicate. An engrossing story line with an alluring couple make The Seen Trilogy a must read for lovers of erotic romance! Thanks to the success of The Seen Trilogy, Sax will write additional stories with characters we’ve met in the series. I admit I’m looking forward to reading these future stories too.
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NookluvrRM More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the premise of this book and the way the characters were written.  I would like to have had more information about Blaine's past and his scars.  Blaine and Anna made a nice couple that could ease each others hurts.  I would warn that it is a very erotic story.  Although I enjoy erotica there were times I was a little taken aback, not by the content but by the way it was verbalized.  I also would have preferred that it be one book rather than 3 parts
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Very interesting series wish there was a lil more story line but all and all it was very good. I would recomend it:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was reading, in it was an ok book to me
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CW1984 More than 1 year ago
I read the 2nd and 3rd books only because I read the first. The trilogy makes no sense, especially the 3rd. There is no development in the characters or the story line. It makes no sense.