Review: Dom Of The Dead by Virginia Nelson

Dom Of The Dead by Virginia Nelson
Series:  1NightStand (# 172)
Release Date:  June 7, 2013
Publisher:  Decadent Publishing
Pages:  37
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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She couldn’t imagine living without him.

When Carson Black’s longtime crush and best friend dies in a bike accident, she openly weeps at his funeral.  Never expressing her feelings for him, she thinks she might be going mad from grief when his voice, his scent, his desires…seem to fill her apartment.

He was afraid to demand what he needed.

Randall Stokes loves Carson but didn’t express it while he was alive.  A dominant, he didn’t dare dream that the sweet girl next door would do the things that he needed to find satisfaction.  When tragedy strikes, he not only has nothing to lose but a suddenly clear view into what she needs, wants, desires.  Is it too late to take what they’ve both longed for?

A ghost of a chance…

Love lingers, though his body is gone.  Can Carson and Randall find love in the Dom of the Dead?

 

Review: Dom of the Dead part of the 1NightStand series.  The series is written by a variety of authors and it is about Madame Eve and her matchmaking skills.  I have read several of these books and each interesting.  I chose this book because I was curious to see how the story would go.  It’s not every day a ghost and person fall in love.

Carson has lost her best friend, the one man that she has loved but never told him.  She signs up for a date with 1NighStand but is unable to go because her grief is too profound.  I found Carson to be a sweet and trusting person.

Randall dies in a motorcycle accident never telling his best friend that he loved her.  I found Randall not just sexy but also smart.  He is following his heart and not what he is supposed to do.

The chemistry between Randall and Carson is scorching hot.  I loved how they connected and trusted each other even though Carson still thought she was losing her mind.  The sex scenes were hot.  I loved how Randall improvised when he was not equipped physically.

I loved this story.  I had a very hard time putting this story down.  At 37 pages, this was an interesting story with a great message as well.  Overall, I will be on the lookout for more by Ms. Nelson.

 

Melissa sig