My name is Dominic Powers. My software engineering company, DPS, is one of the top 500 companies in the world. Conducting a search for my Personal Assistant brought an unexpected candidate straight to me.
I knew she was different as soon as she walked into my high-rise office. She exuded innocence and inexperience. Those are two things in a woman that normally don’t attract me, but I am apparently making an exception for her. She’s young and delicate – and I’m afraid she won’t make it in my world.
But the carnal man I’ve kept hidden deep inside me says I have to try.
She is my Sophia Vasco.
I am Her Dom.
The Boyfriend Bookmark: ★★★★
Release Date: July 25, 2014
I am just going to say it… what just happened here? I was so in love with this book and Dom and I was so excited for their happily ever after… but someone needs to explain to me what just happened!
Now, with that out of my system, I just have to say the first thing that caught my attention in this book was that it was written almost in entirety from Dom’s perspective. I love it when authors can do this and pull it off. This is one of those cases, it was masterfully written from his perspective and I really enjoyed that. So many books are from the female perspective so this was a nice change.
The characters… this is a hard one form me. I adored Dom right from the beginning. I thought was such a gentleman. But was he too much of a gentleman? He never got mad at Sophia, never even raised his voice at her… He just seemed so beyond enamored by her that there wasn’t anything that he wouldn’t do for her, which I loved. But I did begin to question if he was for real, despite Sophia consistently asking that very thing. He was almost TOO perfect. But I am so not complaining about his character. I really did love him. He found exactly what he was looking for when he found Sophia.
So regardless of how much I loved Dom, I had serious issues with Sophia. At the beginning of the book she was so strong and confident and seemed so powerful in the business world. But after one dinner and a little plane ride, she turned into a blubbering mess. She was clingy and needy and tended to cry an awful lot. I get why she was crying most of the time. But after it was revealed that she was a sub, every characteristic of her changed except how she handled business. She just became so instantly passive. It was such a big character shift for me that I had a hard time believing in her hopes and her fears.
Now, I know this appears as if I am totally hating on this book. I am so not. I really enjoyed this book, I will definitely be reading the next in the series because I have to know what else could possibly happen. But I wanted to point out Shophia’s character shifts for a reason. When you read this book it will all make sense and all culminating in my very first thought when I finished this book… what just happened here?
I really did enjoy the writing, it was sharp and captivating and full of intrigue and a bit of suspense. I fell in love with the actual story until the end of the book. It kept me going and going and I just wanted more of the relationship between Dom and Sophia. This was a great story and I really appreciate it. I am anxious to get my hands on the follow up book so I can read more of the story!
10 fun Facts about AD Justice
1. I had no idea what I was getting into when I wrote my first book.
2. Releasing a book never gets easier.
3. I’ve made some amazing friends in this crazy journey.
4. I am a certified open water scuba diver.
5. When I eat Reese’s (my favorite), I eat the chocolate off first and then eat the peanut butter.
6. I don’t like any seafood and only some grilled fish.
7. I have two dogs, two horses and one cat — oh yeah, and my hubs and my two boys.
8 I still work a full time job and write in the evenings. No, I don’t get much sleep.
9. Music is a great book motivator and I can’t write without my tunes blaring in my ears to tune out everything else.
10. I am a huge BAMA football fan.
About the Author
A.D. Justice’s debut novel is Wicked Games, A Steele Security Novel. It is the first of a five book series. The second book in the Steele Security Series is Wicked Ties. it continues the story exactly where Wicked Games ends. Each book is designed as a stand-alone from a character perspective, but reading from the beginning will give the reader a better sense of how the characters are connected. The premise of the series is based on a group of elite soldiers and their adventures with Steele Security.
A.D.’s second series is the Crazy Series and Crazy Maybe is the first book. It is not for the faint of heart – complex, real-life issues are addressed, with several twists and turns that will keep you turning the pages until you’ve devoured the whole book! This series will also continue with more emphasis on the supporting characters.
The third series is Dominic Powers. The first book, Her Dom, is now available. Her Dom gives a fresh, new, and realistic look at how a Dom/sub relationship really is, with the addition of a few twists, turns, mystery and intrigue. The second book in this series will be available in October 2014.
A.D. Justice has been married for 25 years and has two wonderful sons in college. She is also an avid reader of romance novels and, to her amazement, a self-published author. A.D. enjoys reading many different types of romance books – including drama and suspense, crime and mystery, NA and YA, and contemporary and erotica.
A.D. Justice is a Goodreads Author and can also be found on Facebook (facebook.com/adjusticeauthor), Twitter (@adjustice1), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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