Athol Donaldson has had a rough life. He has lost many people in his life, his parents, his brother, and his lover. While his relationship with his twin brother left, nothing to morn over, trouble seemed to follow his brother even from beyond the grave. Athol is a hot and sexy Dom. Athol had been alone for a long time. He has not found anyone that catches his attention, male or female in a long time, other than an old friend.
Eden Murdoch is has had feelings for Athol for a long time; however he is Dom as well. This complicates things. We don’t get to know Eden very well, and I could not get the attraction between the two. The chemistry seemed more like good friends rather than lovers who can’t seem to keep their hands off each other.
A Dom’s Decision: Athol’s Story is the second book in the Dommissimma series by Raven McAllan. This book is part of a series but can be read and enjoyed as a standalone with ease. This book is set in England, and this book was very easy to read and did not have a lot of English slang.
I found this book well written with interesting and realistic characters. While this book started off well however, toward the middle and end of the book it was not about Athol and Eden trying to compromise but about Athol’s brother’s past. Overall, this was a good book. The ending hits at another book, so I can’t wait read the next book in the series.
When is a Dom not a Dom? When it stops him from being with the man he loves…
Athol Donaldson has lost many people in his life—his lover, his family, his twin. The latter loss seems hardly worth mourning over. Affric caused nothing but trouble when alive, and now, he seems intent on causing more trouble from beyond the grave.
It forces Athol to seek out the one man he has never forgotten.
Eden Murdoch has no intention of letting Athol slip through his fingers again. He lost him once, and as they're forced to pull together to unravel the mystery surrounding the parentage of a teenage girl, their love for each other blossoms once more.
Surely, being Doms doesn't mean they can't compromise? Will they be able to work out their differences, and find lasting happiness, or will this blast from the past prove to be their final undoing?