Review: His Turn by JA Huss

Posted July 14, 2017 by Jennifer D in 5 Star Reviews, Reviews / 1 Comment

Review: His Turn by JA HussHis Turn by J.A. Huss
on July 4th, 2017
Genres: Dark Erotic Suspense
Pages: 264
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I look her body up and down as I circle her.
Mine?I smile a devious, deviant, I'm gonna make you sorry you ever started playing this game with me smile.And then I take her hand.I lead her to the elevator.We go up to my apartment.I tie her wrists together with rope.Raise her arms above her head.And chain her to the ceiling.
It's my turn.

His Turn (Turning #3) by  JA Huss

Genre: Dark Erotic Suspense

Release Date: July 4, 2017

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My Thoughts about His Turn….

I honestly don’t know how JA Huss does it.  She is freaking amazing.  She has quickly turned into one of my favorite authors as she keeps bring us these steamy suspense novels that have me guessing until the very end!  The Turning Series is freaking HOT! HOT HOT!!!!  All the books have made me blush, get the girly parts all tingly and make me want to jump my husband! Girl knows how to write the hotness! In the other books we learned about the men of the Turning Point Club but now we finally get Bric aka Elias Bricman.  We know he’s arrogant, can be a jerk, but also has shown soft spots.  I was very excited to get into this one.  This is the third book and is told in alternating points of views.

Bric is the owner of the Turning Point Club, an exclusive sex club that is only open to men.  They can bring women as their guests but this is a man’s club.  The relationships he has are nothing but games. When the relationship ends, the game is over. Lately he feels he’s been loosing at this own game.  He’s determined to win the next one.  Only trouble is, he doesn’t know he’s being played as well.

Nadia is a ballerina with the Mountain Dance Company and is not about to let anyone tell her what to do. She’s the one that needs to be in charge and in control.  When she is presented to Bric as a Christmas Present, neither realize they’ve met their match. They are the same yet they are opposites.   They are both trying to get the upper hand on the other.

But both Bric and Nadia have secrets they don’t want the other to know. Secrets never stay buried have to power to break them both. Which one will submit first? Who comes out the winner?  Both are so determined to gain control over the other but at what costs?  You will need to read My Turn to find out!! This was a huge 5 steamy stars for me!

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I spend the whole day stewing about Nadia and her covert attempt to take back control. I have gone through every emotion. Anger came first. Bitch. Why is she even playing if it’s just gonna be a mind fuck?

But then I got to thinking about that. The mind fuck part. Because I’m kind of an excellent mind-fucker. I mean, shit. I went to school to be a psychiatrist. I got pretty far into it before I dropped out. I have a medical degree. I run a sex club. I’ve been playing this goddamned game for more than a decade. And even though I’ve been on a losing streak for a while now, I’m damn good. I’m due for a win. I will win this.

The key to a proper mind fuck is the element of surprise. The target thinks they’re ready for the unexpected, until they’re not.

Nadia was probably pretty pleased with herself last night. She probably ended that call with a huge smile on her face. One hundred percent satisfied.

And she’s expecting retaliation. She had to know I’d tell Jordan about it. She had to know I’d find out she never called him. She had to know I’d be pissed off today.

When I realized that… well, that’s when I calmed down and started piecing together a psychological profile on her.

Nadia Wolfe. Twenty-something. Beautiful. Talented. Ballerina. Control freak. New in town. Rising star. Player of games.

She’s so stupidly simple to figure out, I almost feel sad that she’s not more of a challenge.

I decide the ballerina aspect is my best first move. They are a different sort of person, so most of what I just described probably stems from her choice of occupation. She likes control because she’s forced herself to be in control of things to get where she is in her art.

Think about it. Ballerinas, right? They get up early to go to class or rehearsal or whatever the fuck it is they do first thing in the morning. They have to control themselves in very specific ways. They have to control their muscles, their emotions, their pain threshold, and the pleasure center in their brains. They have to psych themselves up to fit their bodies into the mold of dancer.

They have to conform in many ways. Deviation from the standard is unacceptable, even though they are expected to excel and stand out.

They must look a certain way, behave a certain way, and submit to the whims of those who control their future.

Success, therefore, is not defined by their own perceptions of themselves, but by the perceptions of others. And those perceptions are directly related to athletic skill, beauty, and youth.

It’s a trifecta of psychological disorders waiting to happen.

I smile.

I’ve got you, Nadia Wolfe. I have your ticket, darling. I know what drives you now.

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About the Author

JA Huss is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty romances. She likes stories about family, loyalty, and extraordinary characters who struggle with basic human emotions while dealing with bigger than life problems. JA loves writing heroes who make you swoon, heroines who makes you jealous, and the perfect Happily Ever After ending.

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About J.A. Huss

JA Huss is the USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty romances. She likes stories about family, loyalty, and extraordinary characters who struggle with basic human emotions while dealing with bigger than life problems. JA loves writing heroes who make you swoon, heroines who makes you jealous, and the perfect Happily Ever After ending.

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