Fever  - Maya Banks I gave the second book in this series a try as well and couldn't finish.

After one night together, Jace becomes so obsessed with Bethany that he tracks her down, takes her from off the streets and provides her with a brand new, every-aspect-is-controlled-by-me life. That’s how far I got.

Bethany, being a homeless 24 year old who has been living on the streets for four years, has truly impressive survival skills. Naturally as someone who has been living on the streets for years, she knows of the dangers of strangers and human trafficking and such. Her survival skills are sooo impressive in fact, that she just allows the stranger she spent ONE night with, to take her away - to a better life...
With absolutely no sense of self preservation and a blind naiveté she just trusts him, it doesn't matter that he is so obsessed with her that he tracked her down after ONE night together, or that he wants to controll her every waking moment.
How the hell did she survive on the streets for so long?

But on top of all, that a women’s shelter would just inform a man - they know nothing about except that he has money, gave them food and clothing - that the woman he has been looking for just arrived! At least make this shit believable.

Then Jace just shows up at the women's shelter all knight in shining fucking armor and takes her away from the place and nobody says anything! But it’s okay, he could never abuse her or turn out to be some kind of homicidal maniac because he’s rich and good-looking…

The whole absurdness was such a turnoff.

Bethany is nothing more than a doormat who happily surrenders her whole self when obsessive, controlling and dominating Jace shows up – a stranger by the way - who tells her he will control every aspect of her existence.