Will he ever forgive me? This question haunts me every day and night. He branded me with his touch to the point that no other man will ever compare.
Dominic consumed my life. Until the day he learned the truth about me and everything changed. Nothing is as it seems and it has all spiraled out of control. The weight of the world now rests on my shoulders.
I have to fix this.
Some say that Karma is a bitch. I can say from experience that a betrayed Dom is much worse than a bastard ever thought about being.
They think they played me. I denied the man inside me his rightful place and was mistaken for a fool. When I’m done with them, they will feel the lash of her Dom’s lesson.
This isn’t over.
“I’ve learned my lesson in thinking that I can handle everything, I’m strong, but there’s more strength in accepting love and help than there is in refusing it.”
This is my first experience with A.D. Justice, I know, I know, I have been living under a rock… I needed to first read My Dom to review this book. I devoured it in a day, and hummed and gasped along like a happy little tart, until the last chapter… Waaaa! I was totally devastated by the cliffhanger and would have been tempted to throw my precious Kindle had I not already had the sequel downloaded and ready to go – oh happy day! My main take away from these two books – deliciously sensual and HAWT! And I mean an extra of load or two of laundry and maybe even some new clothing required – HAAAAWT! From the titles of the books, I wondered how heavy the BDSM was going to be, and for those of you wondering – no safe-word was used or required. The story was multi-layered with erotic romance, intrigue, and suspense. Since I crave more of a harmonious love story and just don’t enjoy constant angst, I totally appreciated that despite the rocky nature of their relationship during the beginning of Her Dom’s Lesson, rather than being in constant conflict and strife, they pulled together in lust, love, and support of each other throughout the majority of the book. Not to say there weren’t some lingering distrust, tension, and carryover issues of the past. The favorite quote I listed above is a profound statement and made me blink. For an independent or proud person, it often is harder to accept love and assistance, than admit your cannot go or do it alone. I am so glad I climbed out from under that rock…
A.D. Justice has been married for 25 years and has two wonderful sons in college. She is also an avid reader of romance novels and, to her amazement, a self-published author. A.D. enjoys reading many different types of romance books – including drama and suspense, crime and mystery, NA and YA, and contemporary and erotica.