The Dom Project

The Dom Project

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by Heloise Belleau, Solace Ames
     
 

By day, Robin Lessing has a successful career as a university archivist. By night, she blogs about her less-than-successful search for Mr. Tall, Dark and Dominant. Living up to her handle "The Picky Submissive," she's on the verge of giving up and settling for vanilla with a side of fuzzy handcuffs when she discovers her best friend and colleague has a kinky side,

Overview

By day, Robin Lessing has a successful career as a university archivist. By night, she blogs about her less-than-successful search for Mr. Tall, Dark and Dominant. Living up to her handle "The Picky Submissive," she's on the verge of giving up and settling for vanilla with a side of fuzzy handcuffs when she discovers her best friend and colleague has a kinky side, too.

Sexy, tattooed techie John Sun is an experienced Dom who never lacks for playmates, male or female. If he can't satisfy Robin's cravings, maybe no one can—after all, he knows her better than anyone. So he offers to help her master the art of submission for one month.

Robin eagerly agrees to John's terms, even the pesky little rule forbidding any friendship-ruining sex. But rules are made to be broken, and once they begin their stimulating sessions, it's not long before she's ready to beg him for more—much more…

60,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426897672
Publisher:
Carina Press
Publication date:
12/23/2013
Series:
LA Doms
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
98,980
File size:
476 KB

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The Dom Project 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
northamericanwordcat More than 1 year ago
There is a lot to like about this friends to lovers BDSM Romance.  John and Robin are really close friends. You can feel the history and closeness of that fact. Watching that change over to a lovers relationship and the risk that involves is a pleasure to read. John is a hot, tall, tattooed, relaxed, Asian American, and did I say hot? Robin is a archivist nerd, adventurous, and likable.  The setting of LA is great for me because I lived there and enjoy visiting exact places.  The BDSM part is well done, sexy and with a lighter more intellectual touch that makes it a bit more RAWR than it usually is for me.  The first time they come together outside of a scene is awesome! It will make my list of greatest sex scenes.  I love Robin and John being far from cookie cutter characters.  There are two major side plots that are engaging.  The romance has a HFN ending with a huge hint at a HEA.  It is very enjoyable read. Here is what I wish though... I would have like John and Robin to clearly address in a more emotional way why he said no in the early days of their college relationship and why now--out loud. I wanted more emotionial intimacy  between them. I want to see the time period between moving into a one and one relationship and the move in. There is real romance there.  I would have like more sexy times within this blended time for them of their kinks and their love.   That being said, I will be reading more books by these authors and highly recommend this one. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago