Review: Mine & Yours by Lea Griffith

Mine & Yours by Lea Griffith
Series: Dominated Hearts (# 1)
Release Date: January 1, 2014
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing Inc.
Pages: 71
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



He’s returned for the one thing he can’t stay away from. She’s waited for the one thing she can’t give up.

Force Recon Marine Sam has come back home to Camp Lejeune to find the pieces of himself lost in warfare. He’s hoping to find her. Praying she’ll be waiting, Sam’s worried—it’s been a long time. But he’s determined to do whatever is needed to get her body back under his command and her heart in his hands.
Zoe knew the rules, knew what it would take to hold onto her Master, Sam. But then he left and all she’s done is count the days she’s been without him.

After all the waiting, Zoe’s worried—did he forget what they shared? Not if she has anything to say about it. She’s willing to do anything to get his hands back on her body and his soul safely joined with hers.


Review:  Mine & Yours is the first book in the Dominated Hearts series by Lea Griffith. I chose this book because this is a new author for me and because after reading the summery I had to read this story.

Sam is a Force Recon Marine. He goes on rough mission at the drop of a hat with little notice. Sam is also a Dom and he worries about his sub while he is away. During each mission, what keeps him going is finding her waiting for him. However, this time he has been gone longer than any past mission has.

Zoe is Sam’s sub. She is a strong woman who has counted the days Sam has been gone but starts to doubt him the longer he is gone and if he is coming back to her. I loved that Zoe’s life did not stop while her Dom was gone. She continued to live and move forward while waiting.

The connection between Zoe and Sam is intense. They make a great pair in and out of the bedroom. The sex scenes were passionate. I found this book well written. The main and secondary characters were realistic and appealing. I liked that this book tells a story that I don’t see written about much. At 66 pages, this book as a distinct beginning, middle and ending. Overall, this was a great book. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.