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***Content Warning - This is a new adult fiction with mature themes. It contains graphic sexual situations, mature language and explicit description of sexual violence.***Conquer is the third book in the Control series. This description contains spoilers for those who have not read books one and two in the series, entitled Control and Conflict.Private Investigator, Paige S***Content Warning - This is a new adult fiction with mature themes. It contains graphic sexual situations, mature language and explicit description of sexual violence.***Conquer is the third book in the Control series. This description contains spoilers for those who have not read books one and two in the series, entitled Control and Conflict.Private Investigator, Paige Stone’s world was shattered when she learned truths about her past. Following her discovery, Paige is forced into a situation where she needs to accept that, although a person can control their mind and body, the circumstances of their lives are far outside their grasp. As Paige struggles with coming to terms about events in her life, she is also put through the harrowing task of learning when to fight and when to let go.Strong-willed and arrogant, Daemon Pierce agrees to help Paige on her hunt for Chris. As Daemon instructs her how to fight with both body and mind, he breaks down the final walls she has built around her heart.Paige and Daemon’s emotional journey concludes as they learn the meaning of love and forgiveness, and ultimately...surrender....

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Conquer Reviews

  • Chris- Bookaddict
    2019-02-23 21:35

    AMAZING ENDING TO AN AMAZING STORY!!!!!I have loved this series from the first book and Melissa has not disappointed with an amazing ending to an awesome series. Conquer is Book #3 in the Control Series. If you have not read this series yet I strongly recommend it, you will not be disappointed. We left off in Book #2 with Chris still on the loose. Paige has agreed to let Daemon train her so that she can protect herself if the need arises again. Paige needs to learn to trust other’s and she needs to break herself down from all her walls around her in order to be able to train properly. Daemon teaches her how to confront her fears as well.We learn more about Paige and Daemon and their relationship, them getting closer to each other. Although I did not think it was possible for them to get any closer than they already were, they do get a lot closer. They learn the meaning of forgiveness and love. We also learn more about Chris and his past and why he became the monster he has become. This one will have you holding your breathe in a few places and hoping that things work out quick. I loved each and every one of the characters in this series. I can not wait for Alex & Ava’s story as well as Annie and Logan’s story. I feel they all need their HEA as well. My Favorite quotes from Conquer!!!!!“I’ve told you before, I’ll wait for as long as you need, Paige. I don’t care what you call us now, Damsel, as long as one day you will call yourself my wife.”“Say it, Damsel. Tell me how you feel. For once, stop hiding, stop running; just stop and face the very thing that scares you the most.”“I will always, ALWAYS, find my way back. You never have to fear losing me, Paige, because no matter what, I will find you again….I promised you then, and I’m promising now. We will always be together. But, baby, you’ve got to keep up your end of this promise. If you keep fearing everything, if you keep letting panic rip you apart from me, we can never truly find our way back to those days. You have to let go, you have to let me in, and you have to trust that I will fight against any obstacle to make sure that I never lose you again.”“I love you, Daemon. I’ve loved you almost my entire life and nothing scares me more than the way I feel about you. It’ll take time for me to trust that our worlds won’t come crashing down again, so please, don’t give up on me.”“Those words are music to my ears. I’ll never give up on you, beautiful. I never have and I promise you….I never will.”“I’m here with you, Damsel…always and forever.”“Forever used to feel like a long time; but then this girl walked back into my life, one I’d dreamed of and carried with me from the moment I’d thought I lost her. Suddenly forever could never be long enough.”

  • Maria's Book Blog
    2019-03-16 21:12

    Ms. Willis does not disappoint in this 3rd and final installment of the Control series, as the hunt for Chris, the psychopath, continues. Everything I loved about the first 2 books (humor, intrigue, drama, extreme sexiness, etc.) was present here as well, which I greatly appreciate. I've come to realize that Ms. Willis is consistent in her writing style, meaning you know you can always expect something great and to be taken on one hell of a ride. The characters are well developed, her writing is flawless and captivating and the plot is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat in anticipation of what's to come. I love that each book in the series has picked up right where its predecessor left off without the need to recap each and every detail. So kudos to the author for getting us right into the heart of the story.Paige is probably one of my favorite fictional heroines. She's tough, independent and street smart. While it pains her to do so, she can admit defeat, but not without giving it her all and putting up one hell of a fight. Daemon is just plain amazing. I swoon every time I hear his time. Hearing parts of the story from his perspective really helped fill in the gaps (what you don't know from Paige) and it draws you to him even more. And the added bonus of finding out about Chris' past is an interesting twist to the story and kind of makes you feel sorry for him, but then you remember he's a psycho and doesn't deserve sympathy so you get over that feeling rather quickly. I will never get enough of David! He has some pretty hilarious moments and I'm so glad he was a main part of this book. I highly recommend this series and anything else by Ms. Willis. If she writes it, I will buy it!

  • She Picked This Book
    2019-03-26 01:19

    Not bad at all. This one was a solid 4 star read. Overall I would give the series 4 stars as well. Definitely looking forward to Alex & Ava's story as well as Anne and Logan's story.

  • Tbird London
    2019-03-18 04:35

    I know these three books will stay with me forever. We are finally able to see Daemon’s side of events in Conquer, the emotions he held while he was being transferred from foster home to foster home. The disappointment he felt when he was refused the chance to keep his promise to Paige and return to her. Paige will have to come face to face with the lies that she grew up with and Daemon being the man we have grown to love is a major player in leading her to the same forgiveness he had achieved in his life. He takes on the challenge to get Paige stronger in self-defense so she can use the control she so desires in a productive way. There are times I am busting up laughing at her fear of clowns and her shooting a gun for the first time.The author gives us a chance to see how Anne progresses in her recovery and we are able to celebrate with David on the match made in heaven that he has found. When we started this series we had three young adults living together, going to work and dealing with their own demons and bad choices. With this book we are left with knowledge of what the future holds for each and how they have moved on with their lives. Although I still would love to see a book about Anne and see her journey completed.We finally have the answers behind the evil actions of Chris. How he grew up and it brought up the serious question of how can two children, growing up in abusive homes turn out to be so different? The final scenes with Chris was pretty dramatic, I had a racing heart and tissues on hand just waiting for this to turn even uglier. The hero in the story will surprise you, but it shouldn’t. Just another sample of how we as society expect less from victims than what they are capable of doing.Ms. Willis brought us a full action packed, emotionally driven, love enduring series with these three books. This series is the total package when it comes to life. Beyond the words on the pages in these books, she also gives us a message to carry in our hearts. We are not created to be abused, we are not what the abusers say about us, we are not what life has determined us to be. We are who we claim to be, who we set out to be and the power is within us. We have the choice in life to be victims to others, or survivors from events. We decide if we turn our back on the evil being done, or we stand up for those who have yet learn to use their voice. Paige and Anne are strong women, role models to all of us. Daemon is the man we dream our little girls will someday find and marry. Although he was broken and beaten from early on, he decided to make something of himself and to rally against others being hurt. Chris, although he had the same childhood as Daemon, decided to go a different way. He decided to live in anger and resentment and the evil he unleashed was wide-spread.I strongly suggest this series to everyone. I have had two people who took my suggestion to read these books and both have come back telling me they love this series and they were greatly impacted by the story and the characters. I am so proud of this author and this series. Make sure you read them, you will never forget the message you receive and you will carry these wonderful characters in your heart forever.

  • Angela Goodrich
    2019-03-19 23:31

    Conquer is the conclusion of Paige and Daemon's story, picking up with Paige still reeling from what she sees as her parents’ betrayal about Buddy. As if that were not enough, she and Daemon must rush to his club because Chris has been spotted inside and has once again managed to evade the club’s security – this does not make for a happy Daemon. After Paige manages to narrowly escape yet another abduction attempt by Chris – finally one that didn’t leave me thinking she was foolish for getting herself into said situation – Daemon decides that it is time for Paige to learn how to defend herself. As important as it was, Daemon’s self-defense and exercise program lent itself to several laughs to lighten the mood, the funniest occurring when David gets recruited to help out; I don’t know which had me cracking up more – Richard Simmons or Zombie Clown. While Paige displayed much better judgment in Conquer than she did in Control and Conflict, I couldn’t help but snort when she thought “My investigator instincts kicked in.” My bone of contention with the first two books – Paige’s inability to put two and two together – was not as apparent in this installment. Although she did put herself in harm’s way once again, it was done with purpose and an actual plan. It was also nice to see her working with Daemon instead of against him. His high-handedness remains ever present, but once he explained to her his fears she was more understanding and much more cooperative. If it can be believed, the intensity of the chemistry between the two was actually higher in this book. This not only resulted in more intense sex scenes between the two, but also made Daemon’s disconnect in the one scene much more obvious and chilling.One of the things I really liked about Conquer is that we got to see more of the story from Daemon’s point of view, especially from his memories about his mother, The Center, and Paige. I enjoyed being able to experience some of the incidents from his frame of reference. I also liked that Ms. Willis showed that life continued to move forward for Paige and her friends, even as Chris managed to elude the police. I found Annie and Alex’s life changes to be particularly heartwarming. Even though the author has more books planned for the series, Conquer appears to mark the end of Daemon and Paige’s part of the series and I am so very pleased with the ending Ms. Willis gave them. I suspect that we will get to catch up them in future books in the series and am looking forward to reading them. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!

  • Kayla
    2019-03-02 05:31

    Conquer by M.S Willis Review by: Kayla HinesSynopsis: “Conquer is the third book in the Control series. This description contains spoilers for those who have not read books one and two in the series, entitled Control and Conflict.Private Investigator, Paige Stone’s world was shattered when she learned truths about her past. Following her discovery, Paige is forced into a situation where she needs to accept that, although a person can control their mind and body, the circumstances of their lives are far outside their grasp. As Paige struggles with coming to terms about events in her life, she is also put through the harrowing task of learning when to fight and when to let go.Strong-willed and arrogant, Daemon Pierce agrees to help Paige on her hunt for Chris. As Daemon instructs her how to fight with both body and mind, he breaks down the final walls she has built around her heart.Paige and Daemon’s emotional journey concludes as they learn the meaning of love and forgiveness, and ultimately...surrender.”Excerpt: "You're so blind, aren't you Daemon? I've been yours. Maybe not exactly like this, but in some way or another since I was five years old." "But don't go getting all big-headed about it. I'll just deny it if you ever try to repeat it". She winked at me before her sassy mouth came down on mine.Review: I was given this book from Ashley’s Reading Bliss blog for an honest review. I enjoyed this series. I read the books quite fast. I love finding new series to read and especially when I can read straight through and don’t have to wait for the next book. I like when books go back and forth with both points of view. It helps me to see both sides to the story. I liked that about Conquer. Who wouldn’t want to see Daemon’s and Paige’s POV’s?Daemon is so awesome in this series!! He is hot and an all-around good guy. You have to read the first two books in the series to understand the background of the story. Control, Conflict and then Conquer is the end. It is one continuous story about Paige and Daemon and a crazy person who is trying to kill Paige. I liked how all of the same characters are in all three stories. The characters are very well written, and you honestly understand how they think and what they would do in a certain situations.In Conquer Daemon teaches Paige how to be in control of her life. He makes her conquer her fears, and loves her through everything. This was a great love story. I really enjoyed M.S. Willis’ books and look forward to more books by her. I give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

  • Lynn Worton
    2019-03-23 03:33

    I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.This is the third story in the Control series. I loved it!Paige Stone is a wonderful character. I liked her very much, although she has a stubborn streak a mile wide. She is also very prideful, but after her run in with Chris for a second time, she swallows her pride and accepts Daemon's assistance.Daemon Pierce is also a fantastic character. I have a bit of a book crush on this character! He can be extremely arrogant and sure of himself, but he also can be the most romantic man!I have been eagerly wanting to read this story ever since finding out the secret that Daemon had been hiding was revealed at the end of the second book. I started this book and read it over the weekend, so that I wouldn't be disturbed. I'm glad I did, because I was totally hooked! This story is told from both Paige's and Daemon's points of view. However, some scenes are flashbacks to Daemon's childhood. This gave me a deeper understanding of why Daemon hid who he was from Paige. I cannot fathom why Paige wasn't more angry at being deceived, but I suppose it's because there was so much drama happening around her. The chemistry between these two characters still sizzles on the page, and nearly sets the book on fire! HOT doesn't even begin to cover it!My favourite character, David, had me giggling at his antics again! There are a few scenes that I would have loved to see for real - mostly the dance-ercise and the clown costume ones at the gym! I laughed aloud at those ones! Oh, and the swamp one! I don't know why the swamp hates him so much - or is it that it loves him and wants to keep him? In any case, I was smiling so much my jaw hurt!Chris is as deadly as ever! His character still makes my skin crawl, although we find out a bit more of his background. I couldn't find it in myself to feel sorry for him. He made choices - bad ones, granted - but it's that nature versus nurture conundrum that made him the way he was.M.S. Willis has written a fast paced, page turning book (and series) that had me riding on a rollercoaster of emotions! The characters come alive on the page. I am definitely adding this author to my Favourite Author's List!Due to some scenes of violence, and those of a sexual nature, I do not recommend this book to younger readers. However, I highly recommend this book if you love older YA, New Adult or Erotic Romance genres. - Lynn Worton

  • Mary Tatar
    2019-02-24 00:36

    Conquer by M.S. Willis is the third book in the Control Series. I have pretty much been blown away by all of the books. Conquer has to be my favorite of the three. It's highly emotional, and very suspenseful. The truth is finally out and now that there are no secrets I felt that Daemon and Paige had an honest chance at being happy. It was hard reading because this seems to be the end of their story and I have really fallen in love with them.So first off a little warning that you definitely need to have read the first two books in the series. If you read on be warned there will be spoilers. Daemon and Paige have been on an emotional ride thus far. After learning Daemon's true identity everything between them make sense and although Paige is still in danger Daemon has vowed to never leave her. She is scared, and not about her danger from Chris but her feelings for Daemon and what they will mean for them in the future. As Daemon and Paige look for Chris they become even more closer. Don't worry this story is far from boring and predictable. You will still want to yell at Paige for screwing up and not thinking with her head. In all honesty I believe Daemon would be the only person perfectly matched for her. The more she pushes the more he likes her. What would be a definite deal breaker with anyone else is the very opposite for them. I can tell you this that we get to see a different side of Daemon a more vulnerable side and the dual pov in the book makes it that more special. I like how Paige is a real tough woman on the outside, but on the inside she's fragile like glass. She could break at any moment. Daemon is ready to pick her up whenever she needs it. He knows and understands her and that is a pretty special thing for two people to share. Also did I mention how patient he is. He should receive a medal.I would positively recommend this book and the rest of the series. I am really in love with it. I am looking forward to reading a lot more from this author. She also seems to have a fast turn around with her books which is fabulous. No waiting forever to see what may be in store in the lives of these wonderful characters.

  • Crystal Marie
    2019-03-20 22:23

    Wow. That's pretty much all that I have to say about this book. Just WOW. After reading the first two books in the series, Control and Conflict, when it comes to reading the last book in a series, you are left with a lot of expectations. What you want to see happen in the book, because you know readers are the ones who chose how a story ends! (At least in my head.) This book surpassed any expectations that I may have had and ended up being extremely well written.With everything that has happened in the prior two books, Paige just showed more and more strength than I ever thought possible. Even in this book, she showed what she was willing to do to protect her friends and keep them safe. Putting her own safety to the side. I was really impressed with her character in this book.Daemon's character showed a lot in this book. I enjoyed that we were able to get into his head during the course of this book. Having the split perspectives was done extremely well in this book, and you could tell which character was talking during their time. That showed that M.S. has an amazing writing ability to where the characters stand out on their own without a lot of confusion. With Paige being the way that she was, it was great to see Daemon being concerned about what she was going through and putting her through what all he did.Of course we can't forget David, who I have loved since the first book. We are graced with his presence in this book many times, and he was done just the right amount as well. He was serious when he needed to be, but he also brought the right amount of funny to the story when needed.I completely enjoyed how M.S. worked out the plot line involving Chris. I think that that was done just the right way because it wasn't just an 'instant' problem solved. I liked the fact that his part in the story did continue on throughout everything. Usually that bothers me, but I did like how Chris seemed to pop back into the story when you least expect it.Overall, I am completely amazed with how this story ended up playing out. This series is a complete must read from me.

  • Blushing Reader
    2019-03-05 04:33

    Star Rating: 4 out of 5Heat Rating: HOT!!I loved this series from start to finish! Conquer did not disappoint, it was a great conclusion to a fabulous trilogy. Being the third book in the series, I was prepared to be sad when the book ended but I found myself sighing with pleasure, it was the perfect way to say goodbye to these characters (but it really isn't goodbye, I hear there are spin offs in the works for Alex and then for Annie *happy dance*)M.S. Willis, as always, is great with dialogue; it is witty, poignant, heartfelt and very human (meaning the characters aren't perfect when they talk). The pacing for Conquer wasn't as fast paced as Conflict, but this was a nice change, it gives the reader a chance to really see Daemon and Paige building their relationship and interact with each other as a couple. However, this does not mean it was a slow read at all, it was a book that slowed down the action but the story itself still moved at a great pace. I love getting to see these characters that I have fallen in love get time to be together and discover how powerful love can be. Conquer dives into Daemon's past and really lets us get to know him, helping us understand why he didn't let on earlier about who he really was. I have to say I am in LOVE with Daemon's character! He was so different and refreshing. Was he perfect? No, but I really enjoyed that this man always knew what he wanted and where his heart belonged. There was no back and forth with him, there was no ex-girlfriends or hook-ups coming back to haunt him, there was just him wanting Paige to be his. I liked the twist on the typical, in this series too. It was Daemon trying to convince Paige that what they had was real and was meant to be forever, and it was Paige who was the unsure one (usually it is the woman convincing the man). M.S. Willis knocked my socks off with her writing once again, it is hard to believe this was her first series! She is an automatic buy Author for me. If she writes it, I will buy it. I HIGHLY recommend this series and Conquer is a great ending to this wonderful story about Paige and Daemon. Hit that 1-click button and enjoy!

  • Rosh Disch
    2019-03-25 01:35

    It's the same review for all three books because the problem I had was present in every book of the series. Only exception being that by book three we get the added "benefit" of the occasional POV shift where we get to relive the wordy mundane we read earlier in a different character's perspective. Ugh!! I'm truly surprised by the amount of 5 Star reviews here. The book reads like a beginners writing class with way too much wordiness and a general lack of flow. The dialogue wasn't natural and the characters weren't believable...for example, how many 5 year old girls would say to their mothers, upon being summoned inside from playing, "ok, momma...I'll be in shortly."It was as if the author was trying to sound literary or at the very least, up her word count! It was very distracting to get that amount of detail in EVERY scene and sentence. Left nothing to the imagination. For instance, it couldn't be that Paige got up to begin her day...this author would instead say, "Paige pushed aside the covers, stood up and put a pair of shorts on followed by a t-shirt. She then made her way to the bathroom, where she proceeded to close the door, retrieve the toothpaste from the top drawer and brush her teeth. NEXT she peed and went to turn on the shower. She waited for the water to warm up. Once the water warmed up, Paige entered the stall and proceeded to take a shower...."Every scene was like that!!! See what I mean by wordy and leaves nothing to the imagination?? I mean all three books in the series read like a play-by-play account of mundane daily activities. What's upsetting is that hidden behind the mundane wordiness is a pretty good story with characters you could grow to care for if given the chance! Find an editor. Rewrite the series into one 400 page novel. Strip all the unnecessary descriptive junk and let the plot weave the story...and have a little faith in your readers ability to fill in the blanks! My goodness...we know what it looks like to brush your teeth and pee in the morning! No need to help us visualize it in detail!!

  • Debbie Shultz
    2019-03-12 22:40

    Daemon: I don't know how long I sat and watched her as she slept. Before laying down besides her, I whispered my confession. "Forever used to feel like a long time; but then this girl walked back into my life, one I'd dreamed of and carried with me from the moment I'd thought I lost her. Suddenly forever could never be long enough." My hand came to rest against her cheek. Even in her sleep she moved to nuzzle against my palm. She belonged to me. It was never more apparent and I couldn't help but fucking smile down at the woman who always held my heart...the woman that owned me.Paige: "You're so blind, aren't you Daemon? I've been yours. Maybe not exactly like this, but in some way or another since I was five years old." "But don't go getting all big-headed about it. I'll just deny it if you ever try to repeat it". She winked at me before her sassy mouth came down on mine.Review by Debbie:First, I LOVE the Control series!! Daemon is so swoon worthy!! He is hot, strong, a fighter, an all around good guy ..., ok I could go on forever!! You have to read the first two book in the series to understand the story. Control, Conflict and then Conquer is the series and it is one continuous story about Paige and Daemon and a psychopath who is trying to kill Paige. I liked how all of the same characters are in all three stories. The characters are very well written, and you honestly understand how they think and what they would do in a certain situation. In Conquer Daemon teaches Paige how to be in control of herself. He makes her conquer her fears, build her up physically and get her emotions under control, all while loving her completely. Above all this is a love story, and what is nice is it has an ending, but M S Willis is writing Alex and Ava's story as well as Annie and Logan's story (which I am DYING to read). M S WIllis is a great Author, Once you start to read one of her books you can't put them down till it's over, and then you are sad that it's over!! Love her!!

  • Stacy
    2019-03-16 02:29

    This is the ending to Daemon and Paige's story. Now if you have not read the first two books then you need to NOW!!!! There may be spoilers if you have not read the first two books.Once again M.S Willis continued with her amazing writing and finished the story of Paige and Daemon. In this book you learn more about the psycho Chris and I must say you just hate him that much more at least I did. All the favorite characters are back like Annie, David, and Logan. I have to say I almost started hating Daemon in this book. He sometime just seemed mean and I wanted to punch him of course then I forgave him and understood that he was doing it all just to help Paige but still he was a meany at times. Paige was just as strong and stubborn as ever and you just can't help cheering her on and hoping she gets her HEA. Just in case you haven't read the book there is one part that just shocked the heck out of me and I never saw it coming. I was so shocked I actually had to go back and read a part just to make sure I read it right and then I was like "YES!!! YOU GO......" hahaha thought I was gonna give you a little clue there, no way. You will have to read it and find out what I am talking about because you will know when you get to it. As always with this series it is amazing and there are little twists and turns and moments were you want to jump up and down and cheer and then parts that are what the heck moments but it is one you will want to read. I can't wait for the other characters stories and see what M.S. has in store for them.

  • Snow
    2019-03-10 00:35

    This trilogy is finished. Duh? LOLAlthough I still can't quite comprehend the "true" reason for our heroine's guarded stature (the whole separation of soul mates at the tender age of five is smth I did not relate to :( ) but apart from that it was an interesting journey to experience.This one had action, suspence but it had also "too much" of pacing... although I could find another aspect to look at it...as an important segment in showing the evolution of Paige's personality...of her gaining her freedom and fulfillment, so I'll just leave it at that.the road was tough and hard to cross but all the characters did it at their own time and their own abilities to adjust.I still hang on to Daemon as the crucial link to my high liking of these series and he didn't disappoint in this installment.since the first part when Daemon insisted on ultimate possesion and control over Paige's body, mind and soul, he ended up with his own ultimate change:" My eyes shot to him. “Changed?” A humorless laugh escaped me. “I’m going to control you, own you and possess you,” I deadpanned. “Sounds like nothing changed to me.”He barked out a laugh in response to my statement. “Yeah…well…that was the plan initially. However, when we got to that point, I couldn’t stop myself from worshipping you. Don’t get me wrong, Damsel, I thoroughly enjoy when you submit yourself to me entirely. It’s hot as hell. But, unlike other women, I don’t feel a need to control you. I want you there with me,completely, and not just on a physical level.”Still liking it.

  • Laura Voss
    2019-03-24 00:35

    I was given an ARC in return for an honest review.Stephanie and I got the ARC of Control at the same time and were going to try to read it together so we could discuss. I started without her and the first chapter had me so stressed I had to stop reading until she started so I didn’t say something I shouldn’t. I love that the writing in M.S. Willis’ books get me that caught up. She had me all stressed out several times throughout the book and I loved it! She also had me crying because I was laughing so hard and then just plain old crying. I was reading it at work so I was trying not to embarrass myself and holding all the stress in made my chest hurt. The book is so good it brings on chest pains lol.I was so happy to be back with the whole crew again for Conquer. It feels like they are part of my family or something and I was so happy to see more of Annie. This group is amazing and Paige and Daemon are beyond hot. I could talk to y’all for hours about all the stuff in this book but I don’t want to spoil it for you. I’ll just say t this was an amazing story line that ends the story of Paige and Daemon but don’t you worry there’s more where these came from Annie and Alex are both getting books as well. Can’t wait!

  • ☆ Eyes On The Stars ☆
    2019-03-05 01:14

    Well, it finally happened. I got sucked into a trilogy (thank goodness all the books were out) and didn't stop reading until I was completely finished. Hooray for Sick Days from work that that actually was able to happen. I read the first, loved it, second great, and just had to buy the third so that I would know the conclusion. I really enjoyed this series for how it is written and that it was just sweet. The third is a bit different with the shifting POVs, but I didn't mind since it provided a bit more background on Daemon. There is a (view spoiler)[Happily Ever After, but it isn't quite the generic married and baby that seems to be a romance novel bread and butter. (hide spoiler)]There are a few grammatical and punctuation errors sprinkled across the whole series, but not enough to really throw me for a loop. I had to pause at a few sentences with their wording, however nothing was too glaring that I got frustrated or stopped reading (I've had to do that before), just FYI in case you are a big stickler about that stuff like I am.

  • Desiree Gorman -A Love Affair With Books
    2019-02-24 22:12

    4.5/5What an absolutely amazing series! Let me just say, series are probably one of my favorite things! Especially ones that are a story continuation and not just new characters. Also, I love a great series that doesn't leave you with some major cliffhanger but rather closes a scene and starts you back up again.With M.S. Willis' Control Series, she does just that! The story is flawless, the characters are entertaining and realistic, and the emotion and depth of the novels is apparent. With each book, you grow to love Paige and Daemon more and more! To read the rest of my review, please visit the blog at A Love Affair With Books.

  • Tiffany
    2019-03-12 02:27

    2.5-3 stars. All of the secondary characters in this book were great. Daemon had all the virtues of a saint and was amazing throughout the whole series. David was HILARIOUS! Annie impressed me this book. But Paige is on my top 5 most annoying heroine list. She was supposed to be 20 something years old but had the mind set of a 16 rebellious teenager. She thought she was an indestructible badass. Made the same mistakes over and over again never learning. Endangered her life and her friends on multiple occasions. Ran away anytime she didn't get what she wanted. And god forbid anyone say anything about her behavior-her response was who do u think u are. She never learned or grew in this series. It was frustrating.

  • Megan
    2019-03-08 22:42

    I absolutely love how this part of the series came full circle! I had the honor to beta read once again and I was extremely busy this month and that is the only reason I didn't devour the book in one day. I love Daemon...he frustrates the hell out of me, but he is a keeper. He and Paige together are just hilarious. I laughed so hard in some places... And The clown!!!???!! Haha =) Paige and Daemon prepare to take on Chris and he was such a psycho. I enjoyed how that played out.I was so happy to see Annie's story progress. I thought her story in the background was really brilliant. I'm excited for Alex's book and especially Annie's!I will be adding a few quotes at a later time!!!

  • Dani
    2019-03-11 05:27

    I would give this book 3.5 stars. It is not a bad read, but it is pretty predictable. The men make the book. Daemon & Alex get hotter & sweeter and David is even more adorable. In this third book Paige has finally toned down the superwoman complex a little that was very annoying in the first two & Daemon starts teaching her how to fight and defend herself against the psychopath Chris that is still on the loose. This is the final book for Paige & Daemon, but not the last in the series as Alex & Ava as well as Annie & Logan are getting their own books too.

  • Saicel
    2019-03-19 03:40

    This is the third installment of the series. You must read "Control" & "Conflict" only because it's a continuous story that starts in "Control". With Chris still on the loose & more dead bodies turn up. Paige's friends are being threatened again. Daemon tries to prepare Paige to defend herself should she find herself in a situation with Chris. Great storyline, action packed & so funny moments, as life is. I love the relationship Daemon creates with Paige. Both know they love each other. Loved all the characters. Just love the love! Good read.

  • Tania
    2019-03-07 23:27

    I think I'm over Daemon and Paige's story. Although it was nice to read more about them, I wanted more drama and action. The whole thing with Chris was disappointing. They spent the entire series building up this antagonist and it was just blah. His motives didn't give enough reason as to why he was so obsessed with Paige. If you just want more Daemon and Paige, I think you'd enjoy this book. It's a very light read and can be very funny at times. As funny as it was, I didn't want a fluff read and I wanted something with more substance.

  • Stacey Langga
    2019-03-26 21:20

    I really loved these three books. I fell in love with all the characters. Really felt like I knew them real well. Loved David couldn't stop laughing at the clown seen. Lol. I also had to put the book down for 30 min due to laughing so much when Paige fell into the boxing ring. And omg how many lives has Chris I wanted to jump into the book and kill him myself. It's been along time that a book has made me laugh so hard cry so bad and angry. I would really recommend these books but u need to start with the 1st one. ( control).

  • Kristin Campbell
    2019-03-20 00:34

    Absolutely loved this series. Lost love, danger, fighting independence. It was spectacular! Oh, and let's not forget the humor. Do you know how embarrassing it is to laugh out loud in a public setting over something only you know about? lmfao! This book had so much humor, OMG!It also has to be mentioned that this was written so differently from Willis's other series. Truly awesome to have two different writing styles! I know I am a fan for life and will be following all future books!

  • Rachael Orman
    2019-03-04 04:38

    I absolutely loved the first two books in this series. I started out loving this book as well. But somewhere along the line I just found myself not really caring anymore. It just got to be a bit to drawn out to me. I still loved the characters and their chemistry. I've absolutely love everything from MS Willis though. Over all still 4 stars!

  • Babus
    2019-03-20 02:18

    I was so excited to get my hands on this book. I really liked Control and couldn't wait to see how things turned out for Paige and Daemon. Conquer does not disappoint! After finishing these books, I know I have a new book boyfriend! I am amazed at the strength of the female characters as well. Alpha males and the strong women they love get me every time. 5 out of 5!! {babusbookshelf.blogspot.com}

  • Erica
    2019-03-15 04:15

    these books make your heart just what it needs! They are not easy reads and M.S. does a wonderful job from the first one to this one! She doesnt push it she doesnt try to put too much in there! Great job

  • Sarah Anslum
    2019-03-25 02:34

    Best of the 3! Kind of slow about half way through then the action of the climax is awesome. Definitely looking forward to reading Alex & Ava's story and Logan & Annie's story. Especially Annie that is now so different!! Can't wait!

  • Kristina
    2019-03-05 01:25

    After finishing this book I feel at ease like ... When you finally get off that roller coaster ride. What a story and what an ending. Loved this book and give it 10 stars. I can't wait for the other stories but I hoped that David has his own story with Matt.

  • Sarah Armstrong
    2019-03-25 04:17

    Excellent conclusion to Daemon & Paige!!!