When Monica ran away from the Dom who mistreated her, she thought she would never be in a relationship again. Heartbroken and wounded, she now devotes her life to a business catering to the depraved elite.
Then Mr. Henry Warren walks into her world, offering her an escape from the pain that haunts the scars on her body. What he doesn't understand is that a woman like Monica knows what pain is all too well - and no longer knows the difference between a Dom who will take care of her...and one who will destroy her. But she's falling for his pursuits. His charms. His handsome manners. His promises of kindness...with more than a hint of kink.
The only way Monica can heal is by submitting once again.
His domination is the cure.
©2015 Barachou Press (P)2016 Barachou Press
English is not my first language.
The Female narrator is often using a slow whispering breathy voice to the female characters inner monologue. And it is so irritating that I serveral times thought about not finishing the book actually.
The story is ok, and you do want to know how it all ends. But not close to worth the money/credit.
After Monica is rescued from her abusive Dom by Ethan, she is not interested in anything other than getting her Chateau up and running and keeping her girls happy and safe. Henry meets Monica through one of the Patrons of her Chateau and he is very persistent in what he wants and luckily gets it after several attempts. Although Monica doesn't trust anyone she warms up to Henry after meeting him a few times. They have great chemistry and Monica needs a Dom that is going to put her on a pedestal and worship her after all of the abuse she has suffered. This was a great trilogy.
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