I wanted a thriller I could read in one sitting. I didn't want something that would completely insult my intelligence. (James Patterson, etc.) But I didn't mind setting aside my pet peeves and suspending my disbelief.
Dominance fit the bill nicely. Yes, it's pushing the boundaries of believability. But it moves along at a nice clip, it's got a decent amount of brain without making you think too hard. It's nicely plotted and the back and forth flipping through time is done well.
I will probably read Lavender's previous book, too. Sometimes this is just what you want to read.