The Dom Games

The Dom Games

by Rachel Robinson

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BN ID: 2940153014746
Publisher: Rachel Robinson
Publication date: 05/23/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 21,841
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Author of International Bestseller, CRAZY GOOD, SET IN STONE, and TIME AND SPACE.

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The Dom Games 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I was hooked from the first page and couldn't put it down. The author made it very easy to fall in love with the characters and the emotions from them filtered right into me. The love, the hate, sadness and happiness :) There are a few mistakes (words missing or used in the wrong spot) but would definitely recommend reading this book :)
indykat More than 1 year ago
Disappointing. My big, ok, HUGE issue with this book is that it doesn't seem that the author did any research on the BDSM lifestyle AT. ALL. Dom is so NOT a Dom and the sub is absolutely NOT a sub. So, it was a story where it seems like 50 shades than BDSM. Rich guy who is labeled the Dom of Doms (really?) has lots of sex (which gets really boring) with multiple partners but little story line, then, lets label it BDSM to get more people to read it. If you want to do a book on a subject you don't know much about at least do your research, talk to people in the life style, interview Doms and subs, maybe check out a club or two if possible. I'm not saying the writer can't write as she doesn't make most of the mistakes I see in bad writing, she can write, I just think BDSM writing is not one of those things for her.
BookSlore More than 1 year ago
This is not your typical Dominant and submissive story. It also isn't you normal love connection. While it does posses some of the qualities, for me it was more of a romantic read. Picture it (I sound like Sofia on the Golden Girls, lol) 10 would be submissive and a Dom. Each girl must out shine the other. But Kayla has no idea what being a true submissive. Kayla with her eye rolling and less then stellar submissive qualities captured Dominic's heart. She had a plan, get to the end and get the money. She never bargain on falling in love. Dominic was ever the alpha and he controlled everything around him. When he set out to be the new Dom on the game show he did not count on her making him want more. Like I mentioned before for me this was more of a love story than the typical Dom/sub relationship. It did show us little glimpse of Dom/subs relationships but it mainly revolve on Kayla's and Dominic's secret love, hurt and when opposites attract love can emerge. Kayla an Dom were made for each other. She made him see jus what he was missing. I liked just how their story progressed.