Review for Dominic by Marie James

Title: Dominic
Series: Cerberus MC #4
Author: Marie James
Genre: Contemporary Romance/MC
Release Date: May 11, 2017


Dominic Anderson knows exactly what he wants in life: simplicity, safety, and solidarity with his brothers. He’s vowed to spend each day living his life exactly how he chooses since the day his wife betrayed him and his four year military career turned into twenty.

Returning home after retirement from the Marines, he’s traded the sand in the Middle East for that of the New Mexico desert, Humvees for a motorcycle, and the comradery of men in uniform for the occasional woman at his feet.

Life was perfect until Makayla “Poison” Evans, Renegade MC Princess, knocked on his door, bruises on her face, neck, and arms, and no money to pay the cab driver. Pink hair, perfect body, and a mouth that Dom yearned to teach a million lessons, Mak asks more from him than he’s conceded to a woman in decades.

She needs his help, his protection, and against his better judgment, she expects him to keep her secrets. Only her secrets are deadly, dangerous, and have the potential to start a war between two MCs.

At what point does safeguarding a woman become a betrayal to the men Dominic calls his family? More importantly, can he get back the sanctity of his home once Makayla is no longer in the picture, or will he be forever tainted by her poison? 

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Kim's Review

Marie James' "Dominic" is the fourth tale in the Cerberus MC series. Makayla "Poison" Evans is having a bad day. She's been taken into the police station by the DEA trying to get her to turn on her bothers' MC club. She wants nothing to do with them and leaves, not knowing what was waiting for her across the street, or who. She ends up jumping in a cab and running for the Ceberus MC and hour away. She ends up on Dom's doorstep. He takes her in and hides her when some of her brothers club comes looking for her. Will they find her? Why did she run? Find out this and more in this book!!!

4 out of 5 stars

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Just in case you missed it, here's Kim's review of #1: 

Marie James' "Kincaid" is the first tale in the Cerberus MC series. Diego "Kincaid" Anderson is in Denver to help his cousin find his kidnapped girlfriend. Him and his MC and fellow military brothers have gone with him to help find her. Emmalyn Mikaelson is an abused wife who works at a bar as a waitress while her husband watches over her. Shes been saving a dollar here and there to leave him. He finds it and beats her again for it. Kincaid, Shadow, Wrench and Kid go to the bar where Emmalyn is serving. Kincaid has heard about this beautiful waitress and wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Boy were the men right about her, she was the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, but she he sees the gold band on her left finger he's hands off since she's taken. Kincaid notices the man watching her and doesn't like it one bit. He decided to head to the bathroom with another woman to blow off some steam since Emmalyn is taken only to find her being hit by her husband. He doesn't take kindly to a woman being abused and steps in to defend her. He puts her on the back of his bike and takes her away. Will she finally take the help and leave him for good? Will she go with them to New Mexico? What do Diego and his MC crew really do for a living? Can she really get away from him permanently, or will he come after her? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!

5 out of 5 stars


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Kim's Review of #2:

Marie James' "Kid" is the second tale in the Cerberus MC series. Dustin "Kid" Andrews is retired from the Marines and has joined his brother in the Ceberus MC. Khloe Devaro is seventeen and a foster child. She's engaged to her best friend, Alec, who has joined the Army and been deployed to Iraq. She misses him while he's gone and finds out bad new via Facebook, Alec has been killed. His family doesn't approve of her and doesn't notify her. She sneaks on the high school bus to go to the funeral. His parents show up to their shared apartment and tell her she has 24 hours to leave. Two motorcycle clubs put on a fundraiser to help buy a statue to honor the fallen soldiers. Kid watches a woman off to the side of the fundraiser and sees her take something. Shadow, VP of Ceberus tells Kid that the woman is the fallen soldiers fiance. He wonders why she's alone and not with the family. When she gets up and staggers to leave he gets a bad feeling and follows her. From there both of theirs lives change. He saves her from jumping off of a bridge. She doesn't want to be saved. Can they maybe save each other? What happens when Kid gets hurt on a job? Find out if a foster kid and an ex-Marine can be friends, even with the age difference. This is a MUST READ!!!

5 out of 5 stars


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Kim's Review of #3:

Marie James' "Shadow" is the third tale in the Cerberus MC series. Morrison "Shadow" Griggs and Misty Bowen have hooks up once or twice while Shadow has visited Denver. He's in town for Josie and Kaleb's wedding and decided to take her back to his room for some fun. He gets called away after they're done and that's the last time she sees him that trip. That night changes things for both of them. Shadow is back in New Mexico at the compound and is acting like a whiny child who had his favorite toy taken away when he can't get a hold of Misty. Little does he know that when she turns up on his doorstep his life is going to change forever. This book is a MUST READ!!!!

5 out of 5 stars

Author Bio

Marie James is a full-time working mother of two amazing little boys and wife of almost 13 years. She enjoys reading in her spare time, and diet coke is always near. Central Texas is where Marie calls home and has lived most of her life. With 13 published books under her belt, she has no desire to stop writing anytime soon and has dozens of book ideas to keep her busy.

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