Nina’s Dom is the fourth book in the Dommissimma series by Raven McAllan. While this book is part of a series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.
Nina Mack is not a sub or she does not think she is one. She has attempted to be a sub before and for whatever reason it does not work for her. She is mystified when she meets Dominic Christopher.
Dominic Christopher is a Dom who has lost interest in BDSM after the death of this wife. That is until he meets Nina who seems to spark his inner Dom. Now Dominic has to convince Nina to give him a try.
The connection between Dominic and Nina is blistering. It’s easy to see the attraction that Dominic and Nina have for each other. I enjoyed seeing Dominic embrace a part of himself that he left behind when his wife died. The sex scenes were scorching.
I found this book well written with an interesting plot. The main characters and the secondary characters were all great. I also enjoyed seeing characters from the past books in the series make an appearance in this book. The ending was a bit predictable but I enjoyed seeing Dominic and Nina overcome their respective pasts to move forward. Overall, I loved this book.
Nina Mack is no sub. So why then do all her senses scream at her to submit to the enigmatic Dominic Christopher?
When the two meet at her friend's hen party at Dommissimma, sparks fly. Their attraction is immediate and explosive, but how can Nina ever allow herself to enter into a relationship with a Dom?
Dominic lost interest in BDSM since the death of his wife, so the insistent tug of awareness toward the volatile and decidedly bratty Nina is a welcome surprise. With his inner Dom firmly awakened can he convince Nina to give their relationship a try?
Time will tell if these two can find their own Dom/sub relationship and reclaim happiness.
Be Warned: BDSM, wax play, public exhibition