Book Reviews

Return to Grace Street by Ella Dominguez

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 356
Series: Chapter 8 #2 Final Installment
Genre: Dark, Romance
Rating: 3.5 stars
BR with Felicia and Alaina on Goodreads


Abandon, denial, surrender…

Victor tried to stay away- he couldn’t. He tried to start a new chapter, only to waste time. He did his best to keep his demons at bay, but it proved to be an impossible task. Now, Mr Black is back to take what’s his and face-off with the one player who beat him at his own game. Only this time he aims to win, even if his methods mean risking everything- including his job, reputation and what little of his sanity remains.

Having moved past the emotional heartbreak and physical torture that Mr. Black put her through, Elsa’s life is back on track. With a new love in her life and her future secure, she’s horrified and angry when he reappears, threatening his wrath if she doesn’t play his twisted game again. But despite being haunted by his dark, untold secrets, she’s a different woman now- stronger than before and far more resilient. And more importantly, determined to make her own rules.

This time around, both players are on equal ground. They will play with such passion and ferocity that their very existence is threatened, because in their eyes, there can be only one winner and there is no conceding when your mental and physical freedom is at stake.

Warning:: this is not a fairy tale love story. This is about facing the darkness within. The man written within the pages of this book is obsessive, possessive and broken, and he gets off on mind fucking his lovers. He’s an anti-hero with an abusive past who often times pushes too hard in his quest to win his own sick game. The fainthearted, closed-minded and squeamish need not read any further. Contains erotic elements, total power exchange, and descriptions that may elicit discomfort or trigger past memories of abuse.


Our continuation begins now.

Well… I really don’t know what to say. It’s over.

I can say at first I thought this was going to be as mind blowing as the first book, but for me it wasn’t. I was glad to find out more on Victor but Elsa annoyed me even more in this book.

I don’t have has strong of feelings towards this book than I did the first one. The game just didn’t seem as extreme as the first one.

Mr. Black didn’t take up a big roll in this and that’s probably why I’m not all impressed. I don’t know really what my feelings are for this.