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The Young And The Submissive (Doms of Her Life) Paperback – November 19, 2013
"The Dressmaker's Gift" by Fiona Valpy
From the bestselling author of The Beekeeper’s Promise comes a gripping story of three young women faced with impossible choices. How will history―and their families―judge them? | Learn more
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Book 1: One Dom To Love
Book 2: The Young And TheSubmissive
Book 3: The Bold and The Dominant
Book 4: The Edge of Dominance
About the Author
- Publisher : Shelley Bradley, LLC (November 19, 2013)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 354 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1936596229
- ISBN-13 : 978-1936596225
- Item Weight : 1.2 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.89 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,035,165 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Macen aka Hammer is freaking lovable!
Raine's need for reassurance is annoying!
Liam is selfish and still so jealous and insecure!
Book 2 made me on Team Hammer. When I read ménage books, I don't pick a team because I love all the parties involved but that is not case with Liam from Dom of Her Life series. Liam is far too insecure and selfish to be a hero in my opinion.
What I like from Book 2:
1) How well Macen and Raine know each other. So sweet of him to take care of her especially during that time of the month, when she is in pain.
2) Liam uncollaring Raine. Seriously, Liam is NOT needed in this book. Liam knows Raine loves Macen and that Macen loves Raine. For that reason, I wanted Liam to walk away for good and let Raine and Macen have their chance. I swear I would’ve loved Liam more had he left for good but nope, he continued to show what a insecure, jealous and terrible friend he is.
3) Macen and Liam's communication and honesty "test" with Raine. It is so sweet and emotional to hear Raine and Macen speak and feel their love for each other during the honesty "test". I especially loved the part Raine/Macen discussed about expecting/not expecting a baby together. It is such a touching scene between Raine and Macen but of course, a jealous Liam ruined it and so much more.
Honorably mention: Dr Beck make quite a few appearances in this book. Love him! I swear it should’ve been Macen/Raine/Beck.
I wish I hadn't. Their separate story has completely colored my interest in the Heavenly story negatively.
Raine is without a doubt horribly snide and brash. The author attempts to attribute her snotty behavior to a dark past, but negative energy and bad attitude isn't just a learned behavior. In my world, Raine would be the friend of a friend who shows up at all the parties. I saw her more personable side in the Heavenly book (I know that's not the proper name for that series...I'm semi-sleepy and too lazy to look it up atm :). I falsely assumed that was really Raine and not some result of poking and prodding and stoking. And, of course, since she's oh-so-beautiful, the men grant her all sorts of access to everything she could imagine. The author's message is clear: plain janes like me don't stand a chance.
I got it. Geezus.
Hammer and Liam are way less caring and interesting in this series than I assumed, also from reading the Heavenly story. Also, not as strong and intent. Poor Liam is all but invisible to me now. He's like a whimpering school boy who dropped his ice cream cone.
This feels more like it belongs in the new "bully romance" genre as opposed to dark romance, or bdsm, or reverse harem.
Meh. Yeah, not liking it. And slightly uncomfortable reading it. Not in a "I'm triggered" kind of way, but in a scoffing, eye-rolling, please-tell-me-people-dont-actually-act-like-this sort of way. It's simultaneously too much and too little.
If you're here because you read the Heavenly story and want to know more about Raine, Hammer, and Liam, DON'T. Step AWAY from that "buy" button and check out the Sunshine & The Bullets series instead. It's dark, semi-bully romance-ish, but the characters are complicated, imperfect, not beautiful, and each character develops separately.
Also, beating a dead horse here, but narrator Christian Fox...is he gonna settle on a stage name, or...?
Macen and Liam start wising up and working together to help Raine(( about time)) and decide to work towards the common goal of making Raine happy. The ending of book 2 shows there is some sort of resolution of the three of them together but the book ends on another epic cliffhanger which about drove me nuts so I cannot wait for book 3 and again to find out how my favorite couple is doing and what ends up happening to them all.
My rating: 4.9 stars *****
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Price a little high