Review ~ Dominus by Christine Fonseca

Dominus (Requiem, #3)Title: Dominus
Author: Christine Fonseca
Series: Requiem #3
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Published: October 10th 2013

Sometimes death is the only way to save a life.

Nesy knows who she is now, knows what she's lost. Determined to save Aydan from his fate, she confronts the only one she blames for everything - Azza. But how can she fight the devil when she is nothing more than human.

The fate of Celestium, Infernum and humanity rests in Nesy's hands. Can she find the strength to confront demons she's never imagined, face fears she's never voiced, and release the one things that has held her world together - her love for Aydan. Some sacrifices should never be made...even for love.

It is so hard to review the final book in the series as you don’t want to give too much away about what has happened in previous books, but I must say that Dominus was my favourite book of the series. It wrapped the series up and was action packed the whole way through.

Nesy is struggling to come to terms with what happened at the end of Libera Me and wants revenge over what has happened to Ayden. She wants to do it alone, but her closest friends and family come to her aide over and over to try and help her. She is constantly battling the evil forces and her love of Ayden is always on her mind, and whether or not she can save him. She is often conflicted by her feelings, but she has only one goal in the end and will sacrifice herself to achieve it if she has to.

There was a lot of emotion in the book and in a number of places I felt myself tearing up a little. Nesy’s heart cracked that many times, I’m really not sure how she had any left! Seeing into the Villains mind was exciting too… She is probably not the worst Villain I have met, but she is very cunning.

The final book in this series was certainly a ripper!! It was gripping from beginning to end and I found it hard to put down. Christine’s writing style kept me glued to the pages and I just wanted to find out what would happen to Nesy and how she was going to save humanity. Although this story is finished, you can see glimpses of a spin off at the end which I think would be very interesting. If you haven’t tried this series, I suggest you do it now!!

I received a copy of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review.

Dies Irae, A Requiem Novella about Mikayel and Azzaziel (included with Lacrimosa)
Mea Culpa, A Requiem Novella about Zanethios (Included with Libera Me)
LIBERA ME, Book #2
Enigma, A Seer Novella about Lorelei, Tristan, and Ellie (Included with Libera Me)
DOMINUS, Book #3

Critically acclaimed nonfiction and YA author Christine Fonseca is dedicated to helping children of all ages find their voice in the world. Drawing on her expertise as an educational psychologist, her nonfiction titles address issues of emotional intensity, resiliency and giftedness. In fiction, she explores the darker aspects of humanity and delivers gothic thrillers that take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. In life, she teaches her own children to embrace their unique talents and find their voice by being a force of positive change in the world.

When she’s not writing or developing programs to support children with exceptional needs, she can be found spending time with her family, sipping too many skinny vanilla lattes at her favorite coffee house or playing around on Facebook and Twitter.

For more information about Christine Fonseca or her books, visit her website –  or her blog

You can check out all my reviews in this series by clicking on the links below.

Dies Irae – Requiem #0.5
Lacrimosa – Requiem #1
Mea Culpa – Requiem #1.5
Libera Me - Requiem #2
Enigma – Requiem Short Story


  1. I like the sounds of this series and the is good from start to finish with the books. Great review.

  2. The emotion sounds really well done--looking into it more

  3. Thanks Jenea. It has been a fun ride!! I'm a little sad it's over, but I enjoyed it while it lasted! Hope you have the chance to try it one day.

  4. It is Brandi, and I was quite attached to the characters. Loved the ride!


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