- File Size: 761 KB
- Print Length: 372 pages
- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment LLC (September 25, 2011)
- Publication Date: September 25, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005PJMDTM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,649 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Dom Who Loved Me (Masters and Mercenaries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 11 in Masters and Mercenaries (11 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
This one is really top notch - fantastic writing, strong and believable characters, humor, and hot wicked erotic BDSM! Grace is every womans woman in nearly every way - from how she thinks to the fact that her body isn't perfect. She's strong in all the good ways - the ways us normal girls have to be. We can't all be kick a$$ demon hunters you know! She is also willing to be open enough to be a little bit naughty but not the obnoxious brat type.
Sean is very hot - definitely alpha BUT not the type that gets his power from authority. He's the type that has it already inside - that confidence that says he knows what he is capable of and is very comfortable taking charge. Given his brother it would be all to easy to see how this character would have been written completely differently and there were a places he could have gone a bit south for me but Lexi kept him on track. His vulnerabilities are explored and talked about - and there are times he makes mistakes but he mans up to them and does what he has too.
I thought the twist in the old adage the way to a mans heart is through his stomach was deliciously ingenious. Who wouldn't want to have a hot man make scrumptious goodies? Of course there is something to be said for some good old fashioned chocolate syrup too.......
The plot is interesting and it really does flow very well - the sex and BDSM intertwining with it where it fits and not overshadowing the actual storyline but becoming part of it instead.
This reminded me of a Maya Banks novel (particularly her new KGI novels). Well worth your time and money -- and your pleading for the next one to be published! (I want Ian's story next though I can deal with the menage brothers -- just give us more Lexi!)
The BDSM theme wasn't consistent so I couldn't really believe that Grace actually had a true submissive nature. In my opinion, with this genre, the author has to really sell you on the lifestyle as if the characters wouldn't know another way to be. Here, it was as if it was just "for funzies." Sean let her get away with anything. Isn't that topping from the bottom though? Grace's selling point on her submissive nature was mostly her curiosity based on reading romance novels. Well, if that's the case, we all could do it. What they call that, is posing. Now imagine reading a book and thinking the characters are total bunch of posers. Taking a guess that you're not gonna be into it.
I didn't laugh. Not that there were many jokes. No witty or playful banter. No unique characters; if anything, one of the secondary characters, Adam, was more interesting than any of them. As far as the dialogue, it was too...hardcore for me. I know, I know, THAT is basically the selling point of this genre but I've read some things in other books that are WAY descriptive,WAY blunt, and WAY vulgar that have actually been delivered with a creative punch AND it doesn't take away from the "love story" or the characters. When I read some of the things Sean said, I couldn't help but think "Man, whatta douche.Read more ›
I've read enough D/s stories to appreciate the clear guidelines of those involved and the trust aspect. This story totally lacked that trust.
Usually the bond amongst "Brothers In Arms" is everlasting and unbreakable. They also tend to hold themselves to a code, oh like say, not messing with someone else's woman, hence I thought Adam was a douche.
I couldn't believe how they treated Grace, and she let them. She may have been a suspect, but to bug her apartment and her bedroom while Sean planned a night of seduction was just wrong. Forget about invasion of privacy, that went way beyond, especially when the entire team gets to hear Sean dominate her and then some.
Sean was so desperate to keep a hold on her that he told himself he'd bind her to him with sex. Even worse, the one or two times he didn't use a condom and realized he may have gotten her pregnant, he was fine with that and told himself that a child would definitely bind them together. Begging your pardon? There was no mention on Grace's part about her stupidity in that regard. Where was Grace's thought process in the story?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Lexi Blake books. This one just adds to her list of great books.
Always loved ex-military agent's that get soft when they find their woman
We all have our own opinions, of course, but mine is going to differ from the last couple reviews I read. Read morePublished 28 days ago by JLB
I am so hooked on this series that I just cannot wait to get back to my reader! It's thrilling and sexy. Lexi is such a talented writer. On to the next book😀Published 1 month ago by Sherri Wanous
I enjoyed the storyline, a bit predictable but well written. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.Published 1 month ago
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For a first book in a series, it's just adequate. I won't repeat others' critiques, but will add that there's a lot of potential to the base story, of the brothers' company and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. K. Smith