In honour of World Book Day, I’m reviewing a book just for grown ups, “Domina” by L.S. Hilton.
to play men. Perhaps she takes it a little too far but there’s something that
we could all learn from her; to stand up and take control of your own destiny.
started reading it, and it really didn’t matter. I’ve every intention and
reading the first and third books in the series but this book works as a
standalone in the way that so many don’t.
intensified; not knowing the events that’s led Judith to be terrified when she
spots an old face at a party. Little did her admirer know of her history and
the fate of his future!
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glamorous and shiny lifestyle jets over Europe, her wild nights with vapid men
sprinkled between. Her passion for art and hiding from the past leads us to
temptation, delivers us from evil, side steps the reality of the present, gets
sexy with the devil then finds a path back to the sunlit canals.
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far-reaching; very few of us have friends with private islands off the coast of
Ibiza or indulge in multi-partner parties in Romanic dungeons. The rest of the
time I felt her emotions; fear leading me to turn one page, lust turning
another, curiosity pushing me into just one more chapter before bed time.
the story is all written from the first person perspective but there’s so much
shady history only implied, that to be living in the moment of a person’s life
without knowing the past throws you off the scent of the future.
having read the first book in the series prior; I’d hope it would give me more
of an insight into the character.
was hungry for it, every day. I woke up early to read in the morning. I read on
my lunch break. I read instead of Netflix in the evenings. I read until I
drifted off and dreamt of Elizabeth, Yermalov and Judith. Other reviews have suggested that this is not the best book to read in the trilogy. I’ll update when I’ve read the other two!Until then, this book has 4 out of 5 crowns!PS – Don’t forget it’s World Book Day on 1st March 2018!