Saturday, March 19, 2011

Review: "The Dom's Dungeon" by Cherise Sinclair

The Dom's Dungeon The Dom's Dungeon by Cherise Sinclair

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I've always said that I'm not a big fan of BDSM books, but I might have to change my mind after reading this book. Wow! I loved the romance between Alex and MacKensie. His dominance didn't come with pain and humiliation for the sake of it, it was coated with protection and the need to give his submissive what she needed, even though that wasn't necessarily what she wanted. He made me wish for a Dom of my own... Well, kind of. I'd take the good parts and shove the bad parts down his throat, LOL.

Note: I'm still a wuss and one particular BDSM scene between Alex and MacKensie scared me, but it didn't make me dislike this book. Kudos to Ms. Sinclair for achieving that!

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  1. Cherise Sinclair is like the Lisa Kleypas of BDSM. I’m not sure why, but I can’t seem to stop reading her Shadowlands series. Dipping your toes in the quirky world of BDSM can make for some strange encounters. My suggestion, if you haven’t tried her yet, is Joey W. Hill. I’ve never been happier for a heroine in a book than I was for Rachel in Afterlife.

  2. Wow, Sinclair and Kleypas in the same sentence! I'm shocked, LOL.

    I've never read anything by Joey W. Hill, but I've been meaning to. I don't think I'll be reading 'Afterlife', though. Publisher's note says it contains some female/female action and I don't care reading about that. Now, if we were talking about male/male action, I'd be happily on board. ;)