Teaching the Dom

Wow. I’ve just finished the spiciest little piece of fiction by Grace Risata called Teaching the Dom and I have a lot to say…but I’ll begin by saying that this book is firmly for the 18+ crowd, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. 

  • Heat Level: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Overall Rating: 6/6 Glass Slippers
  • Genre: Romantic Erotica

When Melody’s younger sister Harmony signs her up for the latest charity activity, Melody is less than thrilled. She’s not great at collecting money from strangers and is looking forward to heading home after a long, hot day. But a silver fox opening the door and giving her an offer she should refuse, brightens her mood. 

Konrad is a has-been, long removed from the fame and fortune he once had as an author, although the ego stuck around. He’s drawn to Melody, and thinks she might just make the perfect muse to his latest book…one that focuses on BDSM. 

But this isn’t some “call me daddy”, filthy, smut novel. It’s a little bit more with some surprising elements I normally don’t see in reads that involve BDSM. I was very pleased to see that it wasn’t some gross representation of the BDSM community, but one that’s accessible and not over the top. This book is great for fans on steamy, Midnight reads that might just make you blush. 

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2 thoughts on “Teaching the Dom

  1. grisata says:

    Thank you so much for the AMAZING review!I can’t message you on FB because I was a dumbass and got a concussion last Sunday and it hurts my brain to look at FB.  (I tried to race a closing garage door…and the garage door won.  Oops?)I’m glad you liked my story and appreciated the fact that it wasn’t your average “Call me daddy and let me spank you til you come like a good girl.”  Those gag me and creep me out.What elements surprised you that you don’t normally see in BDSM?  I don’t normally read BDSM, but I wanted to do it MY WAY.  I think the only BDSM I ever read was a cherise Sinclair and 50 shades of Christian Grey.  I know there are a lot of fans of BDSM and I tried really hard not to piss anyone off and make a mockery of it.  🙂 Grace

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    • AKissAtMidnight says:

      Oh no! I hope you feel better soon:(
      And a lot of the time, the “sub” is very unsure of what they want, are uncomfortable with the things that are happening, and it’s usually consensual but…resistant and it makes it feel a little rapey. Also, I loath when women call the guy they’re banging “daddy”. It’s just…kinda icky. If I see it in a book, it weird me out lol

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