Review: Her Dream Dom by Jan Bowles

Her Dream Dom by Jan Bowles
Series:  Masters of Submission (# 5.5)
Release Date: 
November 30, 2012
Publisher: 
Siren Publishing
Pages:  
67
Source:
book provided by the author for review
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When thirty-five-year-old Jack Montrose returns to Club Submission for the first time in three years, he’s immediately drawn to Sara Deveraux, a twenty-eight-year-old stunning beauty. Dressed to kill, she’s sexually alluring, and everything he desires in a woman.

A proficient rope player and Master of Club Submission in his own right, Jack Montrose knows how to please a lady. But has he met his match in the sexy woman wearing high heels and latex?

Still smarting from the breakup with her ex who severely compromised her safety during a bondage scene, Sara is undeniably wary of the new Dom in town. Although he’s so self-assured, and handsome, is she really willing to place her trust in him?

Using his skills as a rope player and natural dominant, can Jack convince Sara that he is serious about her safety? Will trust eventually blossom between them?

 

Review:  Her Dream Dom is the 5.5 book in the Masters of Submission series by Jan Bowles.  While this book is part of a series it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.

Jack Montrose is back at Club Submission after a three year absence and he is drawn to Sara Deveraux.  Jack is a Dom who enjoys playing with rope and is looking for a sub to play with that enjoys it as well.  Jack is a hot and sexy Dom.

Sara has had a bad Dom who compromised her safety during a bondage scene so Jack through her for a loop.  I admire Sara, she knows what she wants in her sex life and is willing to try to fulfill it even after a bad start.

The chemistry between Sara and Jack is scorching right from the first time they saw each other.  The sex scenes were not just hot but realistic as well.  Sara and Jack are a great match for each other as long as they trust each other.

I found this book well written with interesting and engaging characters.  Ms. Bowles writing just comes alive within the pages of this book. Overall, this is a wonderful book.  While I have read several books in this series this is the best yet.  I can’t wait for the next book in the series.

 

Melissa sig