Rule Zero: The Dungeon Master Makes the Rules.
Ten years after divorce, Leah is finally ready to move on. No more ex-with-benefits at the club she and her ex belong to. No more scenes together, no matter how hot they are. She's ready to find someone to spend the rest of her life with.
So is her ex, but then Gavin drops the bombshell: he wants to move on by winning her back.
Unfortunately, he might already be too late. When he shows up to declare his intentions, Leah's on her way out the door for a date with someone else.
Gavin won her heart once and he's determined to win that battle again, no matter the odds.
Great story that combines a second chance romance with hot scenes and lots of emotion. The main characters are great, I love how they are older and proving that they can have just as much drama and insecurity as younger people do. I also love the whole friend group and how very different they are while still standing up for each other and supporting each other through thick and thin.
Will their past be too much to overcome?
Dungeon Master is the first book in the Dungeons and Doms series. Leah and Gavin have spent the last ten years still scening with each other, still in love with each other, but divorced and living separate lives. Gavin has decided enough is enough and he’s determined to woo his woman back to his side again, but can they let go of their past and build a new future together again with a second chance at love, or will their past be too much to overcome?
I have to admit that second chance romances are not always my favorite books to read, but I really enjoyed reading this book! I loved the dynamic between Leah and Gavin, I loved how each of them wanted more but were a little afraid, and I honestly loved how original this book felt. Reading about an older couple was fresh, knowing that not all happily ever afters are easy after saying “I do” is a theme we don’t always read about, and I liked the unique struggles this couple faced as they built a new relationship on the foundation that was previously formed, in and out of the club. Leah was the one to really protect her heart - she wanted to give in to everything Gavin had to offer, but really felt too burnt after everything she experienced with him previously. It was challenging for her to give up the hurts from their past. Gavin was patient, willing to change, and willing to show his vulnerabilities in ways he never had before. They both made mistakes, and they both learned from them, too. I enjoyed this book. I liked how well things set up the next book. I know I’ll be reading more from this author and from this series!
Master Gavin is everything...
I love Gavin and Lea’s story. A second chance later in life story of realizing what gives you pleasure and that communication is a give and take process. Both people can be at fault without really knowing how. Great book Golden Angel! Looking forward to reading Esther and Jax’s story ..