The Dom Who Loved Me : Masters and Mercenaries

  • by Lexi Blake
  • Narrated by Ryan West
  • Series: Masters and Mercenaries
  • 12 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A routine mission Sean Taggart is hunting a deadly terrorist, and his only lead is the lovely Grace Hawthorne. She's the executive assistant for an employment agency Sean suspects is a front for illegal activities. To get the truth, he is going to have to get very close to Grace, a task he is all too eager to undertake when he discovers her deliciously submissive nature. turns into a dangerous seduction. Soon, Grace Hawthorne is living a double life. By day, she is the widowed mother of two college-aged sons. By night, she submits to Sean's every dark desire. She's living out her wildest fantasies of pleasure - intimate acts of trust she's only read about. As passion engulfs her, a murderer strikes, and Grace learns that Sean has a deeply hidden agenda. Will Sean choose his mission and break her heart or be the Master of her dreams?


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Annoying H and h

The storyline wasn't that bad I just found the heroine extremely annoying. They made her out to be bratty, but I didnt see that at all. Grace was extremely weak in her mannerism. She forgave too easily for a woman who was suppose to be strong in character. What woman would allow someone even the one she suppose to have loved, let them walk out of there life with a note, then completely back in because he demanded it! What person would forgive friends who completely lie to them? It wasn't just Sean who betrayed Grace, they all did and she just forgave them, I didn't respect the character of Grace. Sean wasn't much better, he blamed everyone else for his decisions, he let his brother come between him and his woman, he didn't know what he wanted.

I wish Grace would've made them all work a lot more for her friendship and her love, she was worth more.
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- Jeannie Carter

Awful narration - decent story

I've read the book and liked it. The narrator is so bad I can't stand listening to it and will return it. He reads every sentence as though it is the first sentence in a chapter, with emphasis on the first few words and trailing off towards the end. It is an aural roller coaster.

For those interested: The Masters and Mercenaries books are 1/3 BDSM story, 1/3 action, and 1/3 'mystery' (usually figuring out who is threatening / hurting a main character). I enjoy the stories because the characters are borderline believable and don't suffer from some abusive background that supposedly causes them to have screwed up love lives. The sex is hot and the plots are interesting though not very layered / detailed. I wasn't expecting John LeCarre, though, so I'm okay with that.
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- domenic

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-12-2014
  • Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC