Third and final book in this soul-wrenching series. The attraction between Dominic and Kate is epic and maybe a little unhealthy at times. They are polar opposites on the playing field of life; Dominic the jaded pro and Kate the wide-eyed innocent. It is these very traits that attract and repel depending on the mood in the fast moving relationship they find themselves in.
I confess I got a little tired of Dominic's domineering ways, but alternatively they were a turn on for Kate. Kate was no pushover, which was immensely appreciated, but had appropriate bouts of low self-esteem and irrational jealousy. This book reminds me of something I read once about a reformed rake making the best husband. Once Dominic commits to Kate it's a little overwhelming, and as things go from great to grievous and back again it's a wonder to watch this emotionally stinted man discover what he's been missing all these years. Definitely a trilogy to read and savor.
Kate Hart and Dominic Knight's volatile love affair continues in the last book in the All or Nothing trilogy from C.C. Gibbs. Being tied down to just one woman was the last thing Dominic wanted. But from the moment he laid eyes on Kate, he couldn't deny his overwhelming desire for her or his need to possess her.