Dom Daddy by Nina Rains #Review
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He was a man – one that aroused my college girl fantasies. I saw him pleasure a person close to me in almost every spot of his mansion. I was jealous of her. But, I couldn’t do anything.
It had been four years since I last saw him. Back then, we were not close. It was not because I hated him or did not like him. It was different.
No man could fill my need to have him. So, I clung to someone who was, somehow, similar to him. I only ended being hurt – physically and mentally. I needed someone to satisfy my fantasies of him, so I chose to cling even more.
But, I never thought he would come and rescue me. He – Thomas Anderson – the very object of my obsession became my salvation. The fantasy I dreamed of for years was about to come true… with a prize that was more than I expected.
He was no longer someone else’s.
I was no longer a baby.
He molded me to be far more than that.
Publisher’s note: This full-length book will give you a peek at the training of a lady-dom. It has dark moments, but full of erotic BDSM scenes that will arouse your sexual fantasies, but will still leave you wanting for more.
All characters are at least 18 years old. This book is strictly for adults.
Rating: 4 out of 5 Hearts
Review: In this third outing of Nina Rains’ BDSM Story series, Thomas Anderson is once again in the position of introducing a young woman to the BDSM lifestyle. I somehow managed to miss the second story, so I’m not sure if it is explained what happened with Thomas and Rebecca, whom we met in Daddy’s Secret Mountain House, but Thomas does allude to having met “someone special”. However, unlike in the first installment, the young lady in question (who was almost Thomas’ step-daughter), Sassa isn’t the subservient type. While she goes in search of a Dominant after developing an obsession over Thomas after witnessing him with her mother, Sassa finds, instead, a man who is domineering rather than Dominant.
I honestly did not like Sassa at all. While I completely understand the appeal of a Dominant man and wanting to learn from him, the fact that she is very much set on replacing the “someone special” in Thomas’ life set my teeth on edge. This book is a little longer than the first one, but it is still not long enough to truly explore the intricacies of a BDSM relationship. Nor is it long enough to explore a polyamorous dynamic, which Thomas references when he says that he and his “someone special” have an arrangement. I really wanted to like Thomas, but even after a second helping, I’m not sure that I do. And having a hero that is someone you want to like but can’t is actually a good indicator that the author has done her job in fleshing out his character. I would very much like to read a book by this author that is a big longer so there can be a slower build with the story and the character development. Due to the nature of the book, it is recommended for adult readers only.
Reviewed by HR Duby for Romance Authors that Rock