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Domme by Default (Siren Publishing Classic)

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  • Posted March 10, 2013

    This was so not what I expected.  While I really enjoy BDSM them

    This was so not what I expected.  While I really enjoy BDSM themes, the concept of a female dominant (Domme) had never tripped my
    trigger before.  But – this is a Tymber Dalton book after all, and she rarely steers me wrong so I took a chance and I LOVED IT!!  It is so
    different from the norm.  Written in first person with chapters alternating between ‘Her’ and ‘Him’, it explores the development of a
    husband who wants to submit to his wife and her struggle to accept that role in their relationship.   What she really wants is to let go of
    control and be cared for herself.  The psychological journey described is one of the best I have read into the mindset of a dominant.  She
    wants to give him what he wants because it makes him happy but she is tired of keeping it together and being the ‘good girl’ that
    everyone relies on.  After much angst, they find a way to make it work for them with some surprising and unexpected results!  The
    character development was such that I was cheering for them before they figured things out for themselves.  You want them to find a
    path that works for them because you can see they love each other in an achingly sweet way.  There is very little description of physical
    BDSM play, the sex is steamy but restrained.  It is a psychological book more than a graphic erotic romance.  This book is a love story
    detailing the depth of sentiment and what one couple is willing to do to ensure that the needs of their mate are satisfied.   Well worth a
    read to ask yourself – what would you do for the man you love?

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 12, 2013

    I just finished reading Domme by Default this morning. It was su

    I just finished reading Domme by Default this morning. It was such a fun and sweet story. This is a story about a happily married couple already in love and how they found a way to tell each other about their deepest desires regarding their sexual relationship. It's not very long. It's not what I would consider mindblowing but it is a great book to start up a dialogue with your spouse or partner about kinky sex. Tymber is a great writer. This story is written in an easy going style as if it was your sister talking to you. Every other chapter moves between the wife and husband's point of view which I really liked. You will not feel the need to call the grammar police either.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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