Dominate by Amy Daws
5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stars from Ari
Narration: Will M. Watt, PiperGoodeve, Charlotte Cole
Length: 9 hrs, 1 mins
The anticipated conclusion to the Final Harris Brother Duet.
To dominate one’s heart is to truly be free.
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?
I couldn’t have asked for a better ending to this duet and this series. I was a mess of emotions from the very beginning alternating between laughter and tears. Amy Daws absolutely dazzled me with her best book, not only in the Harris Brothers series, but her best book to date. Gareth Harris is book boyfriend perfection! He’s etched himself into my bookworm soul and is now the hero all others must live up to.
Dominate flawlessly gives the final Harris brother and the series the ending they so deserved and us readers the ending we didn’t even know we needed. I wish I could live in this happy ending forever. These characters have become family and I want to keep feeling their love, their family bond, and their endearing Harris camaraderie. I don’t want to let them go. This book was EVERYTHING! Exquisite, phenomenal, and just completely perfect.
The cast of narrators was utter perfection. Piper Goodeve was amazing. She seamlessly joins the previous two narrators in the series and does a great job of bringing Sloan’s character to life. Charlotte Cole returns to reprise her roles of Vi, Indie, Belle, and Poppy and it was one of the best things ever! I’m so thrilled she was brought back to finish out the series. Finally, I’ve made no secret of my love of Will Watt’s narration skills and this book is a perfect example of why. His narration throughout this series has been impeccable, but his narration of eight year old Gareth is both heartbreakingly beautiful and completely masterful. I was a fan of Mr. Watt before this series, but after this duet he’s the narrator all others must measure up against. All the stars.