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Mistress of Desire is the eagerly anticipated third book in the Awakening of Desire series from the best-selling sapphic author Ruby Scott.
A Lesbian romance novel about life, love, and everything that happens in between – Perfect for fans of Anna Stone, Donna Jay and Brenda Murphy.

When healing the past to find your truth means tearing down everything you thought you knew about yourself, would you have the courage to face the challenge?

Having escaped Mhairi’s clutches, Alison is on a journey of self-discovery supported by her polyamorous lovers (Victoria and Abby) as well as Dr Eleanor Hopkins, her charismatic therapist. But the path to a bolder future is never straight, and as she delves into the depths of her desires, every twist and turn means navigating unchartered territory.

Where will her journey take her, and will her current relationship be able to withstand the inevitable change that follows?



This was so awesome! I was enraptured the whole time and was bummed whenever I had to pause and go do life. Now that I've finished, I can't wait to read it again. I also have to say that I love love all the cover art from this whole series but this one especially. The colors and the effects are so beautiful.

Suzette, Goodreads


this is not only a great story but for me, it’s the best of the series. I was eagerly waiting for it, I had great expectations and Ruby Scott delivered, simply brilliantly written.

Mari, Goodreads


Ruby Scott writes in such a way that you can picture yourself in the midst of the relationships. She involves you in the day to day lives of her characters, and her stories bring out in me that of an armchair detective as I try to fathom what happens next.

Christine, Kindle


Breathless! Ruby develops our favourite Mistress and sub/s in their own unique journeys and ways, culminating their story in a fireball of drama and passion you'd expect but also a soft bed of love that cushions and underpins it all.

Cat, Goodreads


I don't like to pick favourites when it comes to books but this would be my favourite read of the year.

Liz, Kindle