Domina #2: Blood Can Be Revoked


Book 2
Dope Enterprises
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Buffalo Grove. The city happens to be under new protectorship, and that is the perfect time to test its latest champion's mettle during the transition. Only, universal conflict tends to be unconcerned with such things and unimpressed by local quarrels. But home court does normally present an advantage for the host, and Denah Tress will need all of it when she returns to crime-fighting form as her alter ego - the real-life superheroine, Domina. Every much the technical envisioning of nanite theory and cerebral telling of a BDSM tale (without the physical eroticism) from the first story, Domina #2: Blood Can Be Revoked addresses the worthiness of the woman who was handpicked to replace a Crimson Red Belt as Buffalo Grove's - and by extension, Earth's protector.
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The first eBook ended on quite the teaser cliff-hanger. At that time, the events of Domina #2: Blood Can Be Revoked could not be included with the effort because it would have fractured the continuity of the Dope Universe. Granted, this series does not need to be read in conjunction with any other in order for it to be enjoyed, but the option does always exist if a reader wanted to put it all together and further flesh out the universal mechanics. Shortly thereafter, a universe-spanning arc was introduced, and this is Domina's entry into that foray.

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Dope Enterprises
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Aug 30, 2015
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Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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