To dominate one’s heart is to truly be free.
The anticipated conclusion to The Final Harris Brother Duet.
After the harrowing attack against Gareth and Sloan, there are more than just physical wounds that must be healed.
Recovering and moving on from their dark pasts is the only way they can truly find their bright futures.
Who will surrender? And who will dominate?
4.5 Star Review by Ashley
Thank goodness Dominate picked up right where Surrender left off because the cliffy at the end of book one had me needing this. Cue the waterworks- and not all of them were sad- a lot of them were happy tears. This was an emotional yet happy and all around feel-good read.
If I thought I loved Sloan before, then I'm not sure what word I can use to convey my adoration of her here. She was bold, fearless, confident. She would not be deterred from what she wanted- and that was a future with Gareth. That's not to say it was all sunshine and laughs. Oh no, There was drama with Callum (of course) and the Harris family to contend with.
Gareth showed just how big his heart was. His enormous capacity to forgive and love. Not just his family but with Sloan and Sophia too. The bond he formed with that little girl melted my heart. Gah- that man is swoony perfection- with an accent to boot. As much as I hate to say this, I liked seeing him breakdown. He needed to let that pain go. And that scene where the healing started...my eyes were leaking like a waterfall.
Amy Daws left nothing on the table with Dominate. It was the Harris family finale that I needed. And that these characters so richly deserved. Holy feels. Football, forgiveness, family...It's bittersweet to say farewell to this rowdy and loving bunch. But that's the beauty of the re-read! I know I will be going back to visit them again and again.
About the Author
Amy Daws is an Amazon Top 25 bestselling author of sexy, contemporary romance novels. She enjoys writing love stories that take place in America, as well as across the pond in England; especially about those footy-playing Harris Brothers of hers. When Amy is not writing in a tire shop waiting room, she’s watching Gilmore Girls, or singing karaoke in the living room with her daughter while Daddy smiles awkwardly from a distance.
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