McGee’s future looked bleak, she made terrible mistakes in
her past and has been trying to set her life on the straight
and narrow ever since. Working two jobs and performing her
community service Moreen is just getting by. When one of
the kids of the youth home where she is serving community
service pickpockets Aliya Baban, the very person Moreen
blames for the disastrous path her life has taken, Moreen
figures out a way to get the wallet back to Aliya without
getting the kid in trouble and to not have to face Aliya
again. Moreen’s solution was to break into Aliya’s
apartment and leave the wallet there for her to find it.
broke into the apartment Moreen could not stop the feelings
of jealousy that over took her at how well Aliya’s life was
compared to hers. Even though she gave up stealing Moreen
took great satisfaction in taking an old oil lamp from
Aliya’s apartment. Moreen felt Aliya wouldn’t miss it and
even if she did she wouldn’t know it was Moreen who took
it. Taking the lamp home Moreen finds her little theft may
not go as undetected as she thought when Djinn Paran appears
and tells her she belongs to him for the next 30 days.
this story! Moreen is the perfect heroine because she
wasn’t perfect, but to Paran she was. I really liked that
she was a curvy full figured woman but it wasn’t the focal
point of the story. The story was about her believing in
herself, accepting help and forgiving those who have wronged
her. I liked Paran from the previous books in this series,
but I absolutely loved him in To Rub, Honor, and Obey.
I liked that Aliya and Matuse had a pretty significant
presence in this story and they were very supportive of
Paran and Moreen. To Rub, Honor, and Obey is
a very enjoyable story and followers of this series will
absolutely adore it as much as I do.