The Dom's Dungeon

The Dom's Dungeon

by Cherise Sinclair
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Dom's Dungeon 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 102 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My reveiw from Goodreads: This was a good stand-alone story. The story flowed easily and I liked the pairing of Mackensie and Alex. The opening scene when they first met was a laugh. The ‘saying start as you mean to continue’ comes to mind. I liked Mackensie’s sense of humor and her constant ‘Frak’ swearing. Her reference to Star Trek was a hoot… “Undoubtedly, protest would be futile. She was being assimilated and liked it no more than Captain Picard had.” Alex came from money but he didn’t come across as entitled which would have been a turn off. The fact that he has a mongrel dog shows he is doesn’t need pedigrees and that he named him ‘Butler’ shows his sense of humor. These two characters just fit together. The scenes were sexy, hot and well written which is what I’ve come to expect of Ms. Sinclair. I think my favorite scene was the first time Alex and Mac had ‘real sex’ because it showed how patient a man Alex was and how much Mac needed that. “Oh frak, I'm sorry. Sorry. You didn't get off, and I did. I'm sorry.” A long sigh. “MacKensie, much as men don't like to share this fact, we rarely die from not getting off.” I recommend this book to everyone who likes a well written erotica story about a Dom/sub relationship. If you are looking for a new author to read but do not want to commit to a series this book as a stand-alone will give you an understanding of Ms. Sinclair’s excellent writing style.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I very much enjoyed reading this book. It had a very good story line and well written sex scenes. I would definitly recommend this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE this book. I bought it about a three months ago and have read it at least twice a week. At least. It is very well written. It is amazing how the relationship evolves. I am very impressed with how the author pushes the boundaries without breaking through them. Alex doesn't break Mac, he helps her grow as a woman. He shows her what she is capable of achieving. I love it, and I'm about to read it for the second time in three days.
LadyRavenRAVE1 More than 1 year ago
I liked it love the concept something that was a little different for me go read worth the money love both characters Alex had this calm thing about him made you feel like wow. keeper
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cherise Sinclair never fails to deliver a panty melting fantasy wrapped in a wonderful, engaging storyline. Love, love this book.
Phe_BookMusings More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars - Veterinarian MacKensie Taylor is looking for a fresh start. Emotionally scarred by her childhood, she saves her affection for the animals who love her unconditionally. Before leaving Iowa she’d lined up two weeks of interviews with clinics in Seattle. And with limited funds at her disposal, she’d arranged for a home-exchange while she job hunts. MacKensie’s years in foster care left her with a neurosis about locked doors, so when she finds one tucked neatly under the staircase in the home where she’s staying, she must open it. Much to her surprise she finds a well-equipped, private BDSM dungeon. Excited and intrigued, she decides to explore the hidden room. Chains and manacles. Floggers and paddles. Whips and canes. A St. Andrew’s cross. Benches with straps … oh, my. When Alex Fontaine returns home after missing his flight due to an altercation at the airport and finds MacKensie naked and draped over the spanking bench in his locked dungeon, he's furious. As she’s already in an appropriate position for someone richly deserving punishment, he, holding her firmly across the bench, delivers five hard swats for deliberately breaking in. MacKensie had not only found the Dom’s dungeon, but she’d found the Dom to go with it. After putting in endless hours researching clinics, applying for jobs, sending out resumes, and setting up interviews, her neurotic need to open doors may have potentially destroyed her new start in Seattle. Alex has money, and money means power. He could probably prevent her from getting a job with just a word. That is, if he doesn’t have her arrested for violating the Exchanges contract and breaking into a locked room. Having a problem with just letting her go and not warning Exchanges or the community about her behavior, Alex strikes a deal to keep MacKensie close. Since her instinctive responses to command indicate a penchant for submission, in exchange for a place to stay and help finding a job, she’ll act as his submissive to deter a persistent ex-girlfriend. Alex simply wants the appearance of a submissive lover, but MacKensie’s compelling mixture of strength and vulnerability arouses his protective nature and curiosity, and before he knows it she slides right into his heart. But will her dark past ultimately destroy her future? The Dom’s Dungeon is a well-written, erotic story about a strong-willed, emotionally scarred woman who discovers that love can be found in the most unexpected situations. MacKensie had a rough childhood, but she worked hard to turn her life around and became a veterinarian. Alex is a wealthy businessman who’s ruthless when it comes to protecting animals. Being the observant and amazing Dom he was he sees the fear, pain and damaged psyche of a woman who needs more than just reassurance from him. He’s incredibly patient, understanding, and very attentive to MacKensie’s needs. My only negative comment is the frequent use of the term “Frak,” which, while a cute homage to Battlestar Galactica, quickly became highly annoying. The Dom’s Dungeon is a very sexy, erotic tale of self-loathing, desire, self-discovery, trust and love. It contains light to moderate BDSM and a satisfying HEA.
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TaylorKL More than 1 year ago
Great book. Wish it were longer
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This was a really good book. I really enjoyed it.
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Loved it
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The use of the word "frak" every few minutes really grated my nerves. Other than that it was well written. Parts were pretty farfetched, but it's a book, not real life. I'd like to give this 3.5 or 3.75 stars, but that's not an option.
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A little short but what a great book.
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