Book Review: Mine to Keep by Jenika Snow

Goodreads Synopsis:


The world that was once known is gone. In its place is a society where the rich rule, and the female population are auctioned off to the highest bidder.

I am more primitive than most, living off the grid and surviving on my own. I am a loner, a man who has needs and desires, and I am about to do something about it.

I may not be wealthy enough to purchase a female for myself, but I’ll have one as mine regardless.

And anyone who tries to stop me will see exactly the type of man I am, and the lengths I’ll go to claim a woman as my own.


I lost the only two people I loved, my parent who hid me away from a barbaric society that wanted nothing more than to sell my body.

Being alone was consuming, and I didn’t know how much more I could take.

Then I found myself injured, on the verge of unconsciousness, and in the middle of nowhere. When I wake I’m in a strange cabin, and the man who is just feet from me looks at me as if he owns me.

He’s big, strong and muscular, and seems more animal than human.

And he’s told me I’m his now.

Warning: This story is fast, hot, and leaves nothing to the imagination. It features an over-the-top, caveman alpha male who wants his heroine as only his, and nothing will stop him from making that happen. Oh, did I mention the hero and heroine are both virgins *wink*. Lock your bedroom door, because this is one story you’ll want to read alone.


Chick and Brain Rating 4 out of 5 stars

When Jenika Snow writes a book, I read it. She is one of my few one-click authors. So when this popped up on my kindle I stopped what I was doing and immediately began to read. “Mine to Keep” is a straight to the point alpha male claiming his woman. No if, ands, or buts about it. Man needs a woman to fulfill primal needs, he finds her and make her his to ensure her safety.

In this story the main characters find themselves in a world where the female population is treated like nothing more than cattle to repopulate the earth. Having this type of Alpha mentality took me by surprise, but Snow does an amazing job of portraying Otto as a caring man who just wish to find the love he has been searching for. Sansa although raised away from society due to her gender, still needed to be cared for in a way that only Otto was capable of doing.

As always Snow has surprised me. Although I knew I was going to love any book written by her, this particular book drew me in not because of the alpha personality but because of her female character. A female does not have to be anything more than who she is, it just takes the right man to love and cherish her for it.

*I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review*


Until next time,



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