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Series: All Or Nothing #3
By: C.C. Gibbs
Published on November 4th 2014
Published by Forever
Genres: Erotica Romance
Kate Hart and Dominic Knight's volatile love affair continues in the last book in the All or Nothing trilogy from C.C. Gibbs.
ALL HE DESIRESSelf-made billionaire Dominic Knight has always been the master of his destiny. From the boardroom to the bedroom, he takes charge of every situation, every impulse, every lover. But now he is ready to tie himself down-to one impossibly alluring woman... Kate Hart thinks of herself as strong and independent. With a brain any tech genius would envy and a body built for pleasure, she has always been in full control of her life. Then she met Dominic Knight... From the moment she first succumbed to temptation, Dominic and Kate have explored every fantasy, every need, and every desire. Bound together in an intoxicating game of passion and possession, seduction and surrender, they have nothing left to conquer---except the possibility of forever. Now from the bright lights of London to the sultry lairs of Paris, Dominic must convince Kate he's ready to make the ultimate commitment. But how long can two lovers teeter on the brink of ecstasy . . . before they fall off?
For months after reading All He Needs I have wanted to read this book, but now I finally finished reading All He Desires I wonder if I was better off without reading this one.
What happened to the erotica elements? I felt I was reading a different series, the only thing that remains unchanged was how Kate was still trigger happy and demands only one thing (you know what). Which Dominic was more than happy to give her, for the most of the part. But I didn’t think it was at the “erotica” level. Throughout the book Kate just whines how much she need them, then before any actions were taken, it happens (you know what I am talking about).
I thought this book was quite predictable and mostly uneventful. The little cat fight action was really unnecessary and not sure what purpose has it served. The situation felt like a forceful event which may be attempted to put some life into this book. In the end I felt this book was written more novella-like, for tightening up all the loose ends.
There were some parts I liked about All He Desires, one was seeing how Kate and Dominic struggled to cope with their lost, how they overcome the difficulty and strengthen their relationship. And of course the happy ending.
I would recommend this book for readers are looking for the happy ending (of the series), and see how Dominic turns into an overprotected father figure (which was quite sweet). But don’t expect any new developments and prepare for repetitive scenario.
Happy Reading! XO