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Sara's Review: Dancing With A Dom: A BBW Romance by Katherine Deane


APC/Kindle Unlimited

Publisher: Self-Published

Released: April 28th 2016

Genre: Romance, Holiday

Length: 78 pages

Format: eBook

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Synopsis

To this day, I’m still not sure which is more embarrassing. Being left by your husband who says you are fat, overbearing, and frigid in bed. Or having to change partners midway through a season of televised dancing—because your partner can’t lift you. Both hurt. A lot. The first made me want to curl up into a little ball and hibernate. Since I had plenty of fat to store away for the winter, it didn’t sound like a bad idea. The second left me so angry, I waltzed the man through his own set of moves—straight up to the full mirror. Then I lifted him. Luckily, he didn’t get hurt. And I didn’t get sued. But that’s how I ended up over the knee of the hottest man I have ever met. After he spanked me, he became my new partner. We danced. NOTE: This novella originally appeared in the USATODAY BESTSELLER Bound, Spanked and Loved: Fourteen Kinky Valentine's Day Stories. This story has been reedited. 10k words of hot new scenes!

Three Boundless Stars

I was asked to read and review Dancing With A Dom and give it an honest review. I loved Macy, being a BBW myself I can relate to her being self-conscious. I understand the struggle of feeling fat in every situation, and that stigma that goes with that; yet, she was funny and sassy, and her obsession with McDonalds French fries was too funny. Mine right now is their Mochas, hot or blended doesn’t matter. I think I’ve put on and extra 10 pounds from those cups of yummy!

The story was cute; to save Dane’s uncles local TV station they put on a dancing show. Think Dancing with the Stars without the stars and with local regular people. Dane wants Macy as soon as he sees her stumble up some steps to auditions for the show. He convinces himself not to act on his attraction; that all changes when Macy can’t keep a dancing partner.

Let me warn you right now this is pretty much a spanking novel. There really isn’t anything else that happens remotely related to BDSM other than he tells her what to do and she calls him sir; just lots and lots of spanking. Not really my favorite type of novel, I like variety; yet the story was still pretty cute and I really liked Macy’s characters, since I could relate to her so thoroughly.


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