Domina

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • Domina
  • L.S. Hilton
  • English
  • 07 September 2019
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About the Author: L.S. Hilton

Kindle Edition õ Domina eBook ´ domina mobile, DominaDomina PDFL S Hilton grew up in England and has lived in Key West, New York City, Paris, and Milan After graduating from Oxford, she studied art history in Paris and Florence She has worked as a journalist, art critic, and broadcaster, and is presently based in London Penguin Books.


DominaKindle Edition õ Domina eBook ´ domina mobile, DominaDomina PDFJudith Rashleigh has made it Living in luxury amidst the splendours of Venice, she s finally enjoying the life she killed forBut someone knows what Judith s doneJudith can only save herself by finding a priceless painting unfortunately, one that she s convinced doesn t even existAnd she s not the only one seeking itThis time, Judith isn t in control Outflanked and out thought, outrun and outgunned, she faces an enemy ruthless and powerful than she ever imaginedAnd if she doesn t win, she dies.

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10 thoughts on “Domina

  1. Kevin Ansbro says:

    Oh, the unremitting dangers of snatching an eye catching, last minute book at an airport Rip roaring cheered the Daily Mail Fantastic exclaimed the Sunday Times A masterpiece proclaimed the Sunday Mirror You ll love this promised Grazia magazine I really didn t.Opting for this paperback, instead of a fencepost sized Toblerone, when I already had a suitcase full of books, proved to be a regrettable mistake.Awaiting me was a serving of gossamer thin characterisation, clich d dialogue, a Oh, the unremitting dangers of snatching an eye catching, last minute book at an airport Rip roaring cheered the Daily Mail Fantastic exclaimed the Sunday Times A masterpiece proclaimed the Sunday Mirror You ll love this promised Grazia magazine I really didn t.Opting for this paperback, instead of a fencepost sized Toblerone, when I already had a suitcase full of books, proved to be a regrettable mistake.Awaiting me was a serving of gossamer thin characterisation, clich d dialogue, a lacklustre storyline and please don t get me started on the writingI gave up at page twenty two, having read a few stilted sentences so awash with repetition that I wondered if this book had even been proof read And here is the segment for your edification repetition highlightedfor the first sum, and another slip of paper with just a name Pavel Yermolov For a moment, I stared dully at the name Overwhelmed doesn t happen to me very often But Pavel Yermolov I could see Pavel Yermolov s pictures Or rather, Pavel Yermolov thought I was good enough to see his pictures. Yes, it s utter drivel isn t it.But I guess it ll fly off the shelves and many people will love it I should ve bought that Toblerone instead

  2. Liz Barnsley says:

    I was one of the fans of Maestra, for which I gave 5 and a good review, because Maestra, for all its faults, was one of the most fun books I read last year and had a main protagonist who I really engaged with, the murderous, witty, sexy Judith Well now Judith is living under an alias and for me in Domina lost all her pizzazz It was relatively dull in places and the story this time didn t, for me anyway, have that edginess and full on feeling that Maestra had provided I kind of enjoyed it in I was one of the fans of Maestra, for which I gave 5 and a good review, because Maestra, for all its faults, was one of the most fun books I read last year and had a main protagonist who I really engaged with, the murderous, witty, sexy Judith Well now Judith is living under an alias and for me in Domina lost all her pizzazz It was relatively dull in places and the story this time didn t, for me anyway, have that edginess and full on feeling that Maestra had provided I kind of enjoyed it in a very peripheral way but by the time I was heading into the last portions I was really just reading to find out where Ms Hilton would leave things prior to the finale TO BE CONCLUDED screams the ending, granted in a way that will indeed ensure that I read the next book, but I m hoping the author brings back the intense sparkle of the original.If you liked Maestra you may well like Domina it has the name dropping, sex scene thing going on that is going to be this series trademark but again the life in that seemed dulled to me too the character doubted herself, maybe to try and add some layers, but that didn t work terribly well in my honest opinion The last novel felt sprawling, jet setting, maybe not completely original but loads of fun and frolics whereas Domina for me had chronic second book syndrome I didn t hate it and the writing is just as it was, its not a sudden drain of ability but the plotting was annoyingly convoluted on occasion, Judith didn t engage me as she did before and I doubt I ll remember much about it moving forward apart from that very last moment I ll be very interested to see where the author takes book 3 The end here suggests that perhaps Judith will go out with a bang yes yes had to be done I hope so But sorry Domina just didn t have it

  3. Jennifer says:

    I seem to be in the minority of readers who are actually enjoying L.S Hilton s erotic thriller trilogy titled Maestra It is a series about a driven woman who manipulates, lies, steals, seduces, kills, and cheats to get what she wants a rich life that she can control instead of the other way aroundBecoming Elisabeth had taken so muchthan an expensive wardrobe, in the end Armor truly protects only if it s invisible, and that was where the real struggle had lain Not just the st I seem to be in the minority of readers who are actually enjoying L.S Hilton s erotic thriller trilogy titled Maestra It is a series about a driven woman who manipulates, lies, steals, seduces, kills, and cheats to get what she wants a rich life that she can control instead of the other way aroundBecoming Elisabeth had taken so muchthan an expensive wardrobe, in the end Armor truly protects only if it s invisible, and that was where the real struggle had lain Not just the studying and the exams, but maintaining the conviction that I could win Getting out of the miserable estate where I d grown up Not allowing myself to be subsumed into the squalor of my mother s life Resisting the taunts, the insidious daily whisperings of slag and bitch that hissed after me along the school corridors just because I d wanted She s not remorseful, she makes sure to enjoy any sex that is had, and her eyes are always on the prize As evidenced by the poor ratings reviews, not many readers like this type of heroine Too bad.Admittedly, I did like the first book better than this second one, but Domina was still good in my opinion It s fast paced, has one hell of an opening scene, and includes some questionable characters you really don t want to mess with If you enjoyed Maestra, consider continuing the series with Domina Be prepared for a cliffhanger though Wish I had know that tidbit Check it out My favorite quoteFrom what I hear of love, it s very like money In both cases, presence and absence are the same when it s there it may as well not be and when it isn t it never leaves you And both come with warnings, which everyone ignores L.S Hilton s Maestra trilogy includes the following installments as of July 2017 1 Maestra 2 Domina

  4. Maria Espadinha says:

    Por Tr s do Belo Est o FeioA vida uma dan a intemporal de contrastes claro e escuro, mau e bom, belo e feiobailam e rodopiam, sucedendo se e alternando se num equil brio din mico.E por onde anda o belo, o feio paira perto Mesmo invis vel, est l , latente e pronto a emergir em qualquer instante pois no Mundo do Belo que esta hist ria acontece no Mundo da Arte e dos seus ac litos, dos apreciadores da Beleza, dos cobi osos que a sobrevalorizam e que dela carecem A Arte um mundo Por Tr s do Belo Est o FeioA vida uma dan a intemporal de contrastes claro e escuro, mau e bom, belo e feiobailam e rodopiam, sucedendo se e alternando se num equil brio din mico.E por onde anda o belo, o feio paira perto Mesmo invis vel, est l , latente e pronto a emergir em qualquer instante pois no Mundo do Belo que esta hist ria acontece no Mundo da Arte e dos seus ac litos, dos apreciadores da Beleza, dos cobi osos que a sobrevalorizam e que dela carecem A Arte um mundo de beleza por onde os feios rodopiam s o as tra as encandeadas pela luz sustentam na e alimentam se dela, dir se ia que numa tentativa desesperada de tamb m eles se tornarem belos ent o pelos bastidores da Arte que iremos irromper, num mundo debochado e pervertido, onde o nico valor o Dinheiro o Feio para l do Belo, que o sustenta e lhe traz sentido Porque a vida mesmo assim uma Bonita feia paradoxalmente rica aparentemente

  5. ~IreneOust~ says:

    This series has become my latest obsession It embodies many things I enjoy travel, art art history, fashion, kick ass female leads and well written thrillers, just to name a few For the last week or so, I was lost to the world because I was too busy basking in the beauty of L.S Hilton s magnificent storytelling and am now counting days till I can get my hands on the conclusion of this amazing trilogy in April I am also nursing one hell of a book hangover and don t even care for a cure This series has become my latest obsession It embodies many things I enjoy travel, art art history, fashion, kick ass female leads and well written thrillers, just to name a few For the last week or so, I was lost to the world because I was too busy basking in the beauty of L.S Hilton s magnificent storytelling and am now counting days till I can get my hands on the conclusion of this amazing trilogy in April I am also nursing one hell of a book hangover and don t even care for a cure Cheers

  6. Joanne Robertson says:

    I m so disappointed I was really excited about this sequel to Maestra which I really enjoyed last year but having now read Domina I wish that L.S.Hilton had just left Judith back there, saving me from having to admit that I didn t like it There s nothing wrong with the writing, her style is still crisp, engaging and intelligent But it was like watching an slightly off centre version of Maestra The sex scenes seemed forced, the plot complex but lacking the bite of her previous misadventures a I m so disappointed I was really excited about this sequel to Maestra which I really enjoyed last year but having now read Domina I wish that L.S.Hilton had just left Judith back there, saving me from having to admit that I didn t like it There s nothing wrong with the writing, her style is still crisp, engaging and intelligent But it was like watching an slightly off centre version of Maestra The sex scenes seemed forced, the plot complex but lacking the bite of her previous misadventures and the art world that I found so utterly engrossing last time just seemed to not quite hit the mark for me Thankfully, the designer brands were back in force for those who aspire to owning the products of the socially acceptable incrowd but everything just felt empty and devoid of emotion, rather like Judith herself.The only saving grace for me were the flashbacks to the young Judith and her life with her mother Those sections left me with goosebumps as they were written so tenderly and were full of such quietly understated emotions that I felt were missing in the rest of the narrative.Be warned there is an cliffhanger ending here leading up to book 3 but I will take a lot of persuading to go there and I HATE not knowing how events pan out I will just stick with my fond memories of Maestra and pretend that Domina was just a very bad dream

  7. Amanda says:

    Domina is the second installment of the Maestra series I thoroughly enjoyed both books, but possibly the first book, Maestra , slightlythan this one The main character Judith is a woman with some major pent up rage putting it mildly She seems to have a lotcontrol over her rage in this book than she did in the first She has a great deal of hmmm how to put it sexual urges again, putting it very mildly these books are quite explicit in their detail , and the firs Domina is the second installment of the Maestra series I thoroughly enjoyed both books, but possibly the first book, Maestra , slightlythan this one The main character Judith is a woman with some major pent up rage putting it mildly She seems to have a lotcontrol over her rage in this book than she did in the first She has a great deal of hmmm how to put it sexual urges again, putting it very mildly these books are quite explicit in their detail , and the first book was filled with her prowess, power, dominance, oh and add in her art expertise and you have one intriguing, powerful woman The second novel is a great dealabout the art than her rage and sexual cravings, which made it quite interesting in a different way I look forward to reading the next one

  8. Phils Osophie says:

    Jawohl Aus irgendwelchen unlogischen Gr nden h tte ich total bock, den zweiten Teil zu lesen.

  9. LaBibliodeCaro says:

    First, I d like to thank Zaffre for granting my wish to read the book via NetGalley I appreciate it As always, my review will be honest, but this time it won t be quite a positive one The novel did not turn out to be what I had expected I was quite disappointed I never managed to delve into the story I was expecting a thriller, a storyline focused on an investigation But I felt as though I was reading an avatar of 50 shades of grey with a Russian mafia like background story I had the im First, I d like to thank Zaffre for granting my wish to read the book via NetGalley I appreciate it As always, my review will be honest, but this time it won t be quite a positive one The novel did not turn out to be what I had expected I was quite disappointed I never managed to delve into the story I was expecting a thriller, a storyline focused on an investigation But I felt as though I was reading an avatar of 50 shades of grey with a Russian mafia like background story I had the impression the different scenes and events unfolded one after the other but there was too feeble a linkage between each event a compilation of moments with protagonists that failed to catch my interest.In all fairness, the narrative style is complex, interesting and challenging, which is a good point Sometimes, you want to be challenged when reading a book However, the wording and extremely elaborate descriptions are sometimes a hindrance to the subject matter You end up feeling like the intricate descriptions about art and whatnot become the main focus of interest at the expense of the core plot Also, I felt like some sex scenes were saucy to the point that it was frivolously provocative and it didn t help advance the intrigue Maybe I need to read the first book Maestra to have a better sense of the main character s psychology where there might lie some explanation in this regard Anyhow, I felt it was unnecessarily raunchy.I was hoping for aregular thriller investigation But I felt like I ended up with an experimental novel about the racy life of the wealthy and rare fact, I couldn t finish it because, maybe, it was too unconventional a thriller for my liking I wasn t convinced but I hope the book will find its public.All the best of luck to the author

  10. Steelwhisper says:

    Ghastly.