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Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Review - Domme by Default by Tymber Dalton
Title: Domme by Default
Author: Tymber Dalton
Publisher: Lyrical Press
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Janelle
When a wife is faced with the question of what she is wiling to do for love, her answer is…anything. She sets aside her own inhibitions to fulfill her husband’s wildest fantasies.
But at what cost to her peace of mind?
I’ve read a lot of romance over the years, and I’ve noticed something. The relationships are easy. Sure there may be an outside conflict – another love interest, a disapproving parent, or an evil overlord wanting to rule the world – but the relationship between the hero and the heroine, is Happily Ever After from the first “hello” to the final roll in the hay.
But not in the stories by Mrs. Dalton.
I had the immense pleasure of the reviewing her first offering, The Reluctant Dom, and was most pleased to have the honor of reviewing this one as well. And it did not disappoint.
As I said before, the relationship in most books is easy. BDSM stories are often worse about this then their vanilla counterparts. Too often the roles of Dom and Sub are assigned and neither character ever expresses more then token opinion on the subject.
However, in this story the reader is treated to a wide range of emotions on both sides of the relationship. Not just the love and lust one expects, but anger, frustration, joy, and even resentment. We see misunderstandings due both to lack of information and communication. This is really important, because perfect relationships do not exist and in literature they are very boring.
This book as is on the lighter end of the BDSM, so would be good for anyone looking to get their feet wet in the genre. Overall this is an excellent book and I recommend it to everyone.